Galleys

Some articles on galleys, galley:

Battle On The Po (1431)
... The battle was fought between 85 Venetian galleys, sent towards Cremona to support Count of Carmagnola's army, and a somewhat superior number of Milanese galleys. 2,500 men, 28 galleys and 42 transport ships ...
Brest Prison - History
1748, transferred the (previously independent) galleys to the control of the French Navy, to allow him to provide crews for galleys cheaply ... Galley prisoners were previously held on their galleys - now they would be housed in new prisons, such as that at Brest ...
Battle Of Ponza (1300)
14 June 1300 near the islands of Ponza and Zannone, in the Gulf of Gaeta (NW of Naples), when a galley fleet commanded by Roger of Lauria defeated an Aragonese-Sicilian ... Lauria's 40 Angevin galleys were at Naples when 32 Sicilian galleys under d'Oria arrived and challenged him to come out ... This allowed 12 Apulian galleys to arrive from the south and 7 Genoese galleys to arrive also, and join Lauria's fleet, making 59 galleys ...
Persecution Of Huguenots Under Louis XV - Under Louis XV
... the penalty of death, their accomplices to the galleys for life, and women to be shaved and imprisoned for life ... Persons who shall exhort the sick, to the galleys or imprisonment for life, according to sex confiscation of property ... shall not consent to their marriage, on pain of the galleys for the men and banishment for the women ...
Battle Of Frisches Haff - Course
... were ranged in 4 lines - in the first were the most powerful ships (four 13-gun galleys armed), then four 5-gun demi-galleys (with mixed sail and oar propulsion), then 3 sloops and 1 ship ... For their part, the Prussians had four galiots and four galleys with 12 cannon each as well as 5 canonnières ... However, the three Swedish demi-galleys and 9 gunboats sailed towards the south where unidentified sailing vessels had appeared - these turned out to ...