Carthaginian Ship's Ram

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Mark Cartwright
by Sb2s3
published on 08 June 2016
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A bronze ram from the prow of a Carthaginian warship. Found off the Aegadian Islands (near Sicily) and dating to the First Punic War (264 and 241 BCE). A Punic inscription dedicates the ram to the Phoenician and Punic god Baal.

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