In Trapani , on the premises of the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage of Milo Palace in Via Garibaldi can already be seen two bolts from the Roman era , the protagonists of the famous Battle of the Egadi in 241 BC, along with a 1:20 scale model of the Roman trireme - the ship on which were mounted the rostra bow , useful to sink enemy ships - built by inmates of Favignana.
The exhibition will be open until until May 31 , and you can view a 3D video that shows and ad hoc use of bolts in the course of the ancient naval battles and the extent to rammed enemy ships .
To treat the exposure is the same as Superintendent of Trapani , in collaboration with the Superintendence of the Sea of Palermo, on other occasions they showed to the public the important archaeological finds naval and organized exhibitions on the theme . See for example the "Week of the Egadi " or the exhibition Erice " Pacem in Maris " , held at the Museums " Cordici " in the course of which have even been projected to shoot with the various stages of recovery and their powerful beaks restoration.
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COMMENT "ROSTRUM AND ROMAN TRIREME IN EXHIBITION IN TRAPANI"
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