A Ship of Carthage

By Alan Moore, published October 1911

Abstract

The author was given a cast of a stone from a step of the Quay of Utica near Carthage on which was the outline of a ship. An inscription with the stone suggested that it was a representation of a ship of the time of St Paul, a claim the author discusses in this article with a line drawing of the ship.

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Filed under: Antiquity | Mediterranean
Subjects include: Art & Music | Shipbuilding & Design

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