141-54; Derek Gagen, 'Puppets and Politics: Rafael Alberti' Dos farsas revolucionarias' Quinquereme
, 7 (1984), 54-73.
laundry, mauve, narcissus, obloquy, quinquereme
, resume, sputum, underlay, varicosa, whelk, yarmulke or zabaglione.
The representation of a quinquereme
probably occurred in the coinage of Baalshillem II (56): its use by Phoenicians is otherwise attested in the Diodorus' account of the revolt of Tennes: "Sidon has more than 100 triremes and quinqueremes
Scale is evoked with numbers and measurements: two hundred and forty quinquereme
prous: archers four cubits high(49) and five-cubit armoured statues; fifteen-foot torches; total height of a hundred and thirty cubits.