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Top: A Venetian “Mavna” ship.  Below: An Ottoman “Goke” ship belonging to the Bayezid II reign (1481-1512). Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Revan 1192, fol. 16ba.

Top: A Venetian “Mavna” ship. Below: An Ottoman “Goke” ship belonging to the Bayezid II reign Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Revan fol.

BARBAROS ZIRHLISI

BARBAROS ZIRHLISI

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invictascientia: “Reenactment of Ottoman archer, modeled after a figure in the Topkapi Palace.

Abdu'l Qadir Hisari: Calligraphic Galleon (2003.241) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Calligraphic Galleon, Ottoman period (ca. Calligrapher: Abdu'l Qadir Hisari Turkey Ink and gold on paper

форум моделистов Судомоделизм • Просмотр темы - Каракки

форум моделистов Судомоделизм • Просмотр темы - Каракки

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Spec Tech: Designing a Ship for a Fantasy Novel

Mishell Baker asked me to write a post that would “walk … through the various parts of a ship. You could even do an example of an older type ship that might appear in fantasy…” So, I have end…

Galleys were a type of warship that reigned supreme as a vessel used for war & piracy in the 16th century. These ships were used by various naval powers including Greeks, Phoenicians, & Romans and were used to carry various weapons such as rams, catapults, & cannons, and also relied on their huge crew on the ship. This vessel was highly maneuverable, focused on speed under the oars and independent on winds by being rowed.

Galleys were a type of warship that reigned supreme as a vessel used for war & piracy in the 16th century. These ships were used by various naval powers including Greeks, Phoenicians, & Romans and were used to carry various weapons such as rams, catapults, & cannons, and also relied on their huge crew on the ship. This vessel was highly maneuverable, focused on speed under the oars and independent on winds by being rowed.

Venetian galley, Although it doesn't seem to be widely known, there were actually quite a few German LANDSKNECT infantry present at Lepanto, and they appear to have had limited numbers of arquebuses, and thus we may presume that most were "corselet men" equipped with half- or three-quarter armor, and polearms like halberds and half-pikes. '''

Historical vessels : Venetian galley, fast sailing and rowing ship

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