Designed by: onyx studios

ILLUSTRATIONS


Fig 1:
Location of the northen
Israeli coast



Fig 2:
Lead bands



Fig 3:
The lead bands



Fig 4:
The lead bars



Fig 5:
The lead bars



Fig 6:
Negative impressions of woodcarving in the bottom
of the lead bars



Fig 7:
Suggested reconstruction
for the useof the lead
bands as counterweights
on rowing oars



Fig 8:
a
: Lead core of the wooden anchor stock
b: Negativeimpressions of woodcarving on the
bottomof a lead core



Fig 9:
one armed wooden anchor from Ma'agan Michael,
c.400 BCE



Fig 10:
Suggested use of lead bar weights in steering oars
with the main forces
affecting the oar



Fig 11:
Reconstructed stages of
the grooves used for
casting the lead bar
weights into the steering
oar blade



Fig 12:
Detail of the Isis ship
steering oars



Fig 13:
lead band surrounding
the blade of the
Olympias rudders



Fig 14:
Kead band surrounding the loom of the Kyrenia oars



Copyright ©Zaraza Friedman