Fleet Sailed

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Battle Of Dyrrhachium (1081) - Prelude
... The Norman fleet of 150 ships including 60 horse transports set off towards the Byzantine Empire at the end of May 1081 ... The fleet sailed to Avalona in Byzantine territory they were joined by several ships from Ragusa, a republic in the Balkans who were enemies of the Byzantines ... Robert soon left Avalona and sailed to the island of Corfu, which surrendered because of a small garrison ...

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    It was the schooner Hesperus,
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    To bear him company.
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