The discovery of five bronze rostra in the waters of Messina and Levanzo over the last years has brought new important evidence to naval warfare at the time of the Punic Wars and to a likely identification of the site where the battle of the Egadi took place in 241 BC

Sea rams from Sicily. The discovery of bronze rostra in the waters of Messina and Levanzo brings new evidence to naval warfare at the time of the Punic Wars

CALOMINO, Dario
2011

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The discovery of five bronze rostra in the waters of Messina and Levanzo over the last years has brought new important evidence to naval warfare at the time of the Punic Wars and to a likely identification of the site where the battle of the Egadi took place in 241 BC
rostra; Sicily; Punic Wars; naval warfare; maritime archaeology
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