Note: A Sixteenth Century Ship of Lubeck

By C L, published July 1912

Abstract

The author equates the German names of the artillery aboard the ship described in MM Volume 2, Issue 5 with their English equivalents. There appears to be a correlation with the commonly known English guns such as the demi-culverin and saker.

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Filed under: Baltic | Other (Early Modern)
Subjects include: Navies | Weapons

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