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Rowboat

By Peggy Benton
A rowboat is a boat propelled by oars alone. In ancient times, rowing boats, called galleys, were used during war. The Persians and the Athenians fought many sea battles in rowing boats. The Athenians rammed their enemy's ships at great speed - sometimes using up to 170 oarsmen. Now, rowboats are used for more peaceful activities like for rowing competitions for crew teams.

Created in 2003
File size: 1.43 MB



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Benton, Peggy . Rowboat. Rowboat1.JPG. 2003. My eCoach® eLibrary. Online. Available. 5 February 2016. <http://www.my-ecoach.com>
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