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Peiraieus, Archaeological Museum, 3640, Esther Carre) C: SHIP SHEDS OF MOUNYCHIA, PEIRAIEUS To minimize rotting and attacks of the teredo navalis woodworm, triremes were not only coated with pitch, but were kept out of the water and protected from the weather when not in use (mainly in winter) in a position where they could be rapidly available when needed. At Peiraieus, the two smaller harbours (Zea and Mounychia) and part of the larger commercial harbour (Kantharos) were reserved for warships.
Downfall of the imperial navy It is significant that by the summer of 413 BC the Peloponnesian navy was gaining the upper hand. In the Gulf of Corinth off Erinaios, Achaia, 25 Peloponnesian triremes took up station in an anchorage that was crescent-shaped and waited to engage the Athenian fleet stationed at Naupaktos opposite. As the projecting headlands at each side of the Naupaktos, looking north-west from the town beach. Naupaktos was an Athenian outpost just inside the Gulf of Corinth on its northern shore.
26-34). 20-29). The bow of Olympias, showing the bronze-sheathed ram and the box-like epotides, which protect the outriggers. Just before the moment of impact, the bo'sun would order the oarsmen to switch to backing water, in order to keep the ram from penetrating too far. 20), yet during the course of the 4th century BC, the Athenian navy far surpassed its 5th-century strength. In 357 BC, the navy numbered 283 triremes, but four years later it had been enlarged to 349. In 330 BC, the total had climbed to 392 triremes plus 18 quadriremes (tetrereis).