The docks were full of triremes and naval stores, and all things were quite ready for use.
After an interchange of presents with the soldiers, he then departed with his two triremes.
You have here a city—you have triremes—you have money—you have plenty of soldiers.
The ordinary war-ships were triremes, or had three banks of oars.
The biremes and triremes were so-called because of their two or three banks of oars.
In the case of the Athenian triremes, this angle must have been about 23.5°.
Lysander was victorious, took fifteen triremes, and erected a trophy.
It consisted of a hundred and thirty-four triremes in all, besides two Rhodian vessels of fifty oars.
That they should give up all their ships of war, except ten triremes, and all their elephants.
The Erythran Greeks are supposed to have invented the biremes, with two ranks, and the Corinthians the triremes, with three.