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Battle Of Lepanto by RadoJavor Battle Of Lepanto by RadoJavor
Huge Venetian galeasse San Lorenzo. Attacking the turkish fleet in Battle of Lepanto 1571. Was the biggest battle of oarvessels, about 200 galleys on each side . Design of the ship based on old painting and some engravings. I hope its a realistic reconstruction. This was my first picture showing some ship, is about 2 years old.
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wwwcine Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2014
I'm fond of History, past and present, what a gallery ! Clap 
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Tatazildo Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014
Can I reuse this image in a Facebook post about my advertising agency? We use the paddle as a symbol.
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Stolicus Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014
nice
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CodyOxcutter Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
That's stunning!! La la la la 
In my opinion the only thing wrong is the sailor proportion compared to the ship. I think they are too small and make the ship look too massive.....but as I said, stunning piece of work! ( sorry for my bad english :P )
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REDDTRIBE Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014
POWER OF THE LIGHT.. GOOD JOB MY FRIEND, ALL OFF....
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BrutalityInc Featured By Owner May 8, 2014
Did you know that galleys were used well into the 19th century?
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RadoJavor Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Professional General Artist
yes
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BrutalityInc Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014
Oh. Sorry. 
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SomeRandomMinion Featured By Owner May 8, 2014
Seems like the perfect way to patrol shallow waters or inland seas (the Mediterranean, for instance), and provide speed AND firepower.
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BrutalityInc Featured By Owner May 8, 2014
Last time it was used was in the Crimean War in 1854, apparently. 
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