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ἄφρακτος ναῦς), called also navis


aperta. A ship which had no deck, but was merely covered with planks in the fore and after part, as is represented in the following cut, taken from a coin of Corcyra.

The ships which had decks were called κατάφρακτοι, and tectae or stratae. See Navis.

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