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Ancient Greek anchors

Ancient Greek anchors from Piraeus museum
8 September 2013 | by Francis Leveque | ref. : en.860.2013
Middle of Ier millennium BC | [en]
Athènes, Attique ( Grèce )
 

The museum contains many stone anchors discovered during the dredging project to deepen the Passalimani harbour ; they are obvioously connected to triremes moored at the Zea naval station. They are all shaped like a truncated pyramid with a horizontal through hole at the top and are constructed of a volcanic stone of unknown origin.

 
              


Bibliography :


G. Steinhauer, To Archaiologiko Mouseio Peiraiōs / The archaeological museum of Piraeus, EFG Eurobank Ergasias, Ahènes , 2001, p. 38
 
 
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