How were the Phoenicians ships set in motion?

They were set in motion by rowers and used mainly for military purposes. In the ancient Mediterranean period of the Phoenician independence, there were two main types of sea ships: a “long” ship for military operations, for trade with distant countries and for geographical research, and a “round” ship for everyday trade.

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