Ancient Egyptian sailing boat

Ancient Egyptian sailing boat

The river and marine sailing boats of ancient Egypt were one-masted, oared boats

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antiquity, sailboat, sail, Egypt, Egyptian, watercraft, Nile, maritime trade, waterway, rudder, transportation, oar, papyrus reed, freight transport, stream, sea

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