llyrian warship Liburna, a rowing warship used from 8th to 1st century before Christ.
She takes her name from the Liburnians, who first built this ship, which is characterized by versatility and high speed.
They distinguished themselves for their good maneuverability in the battle of Actium (31BC), so the Romans took them over as the best ship of war. Their name soon became well known throughout Europe representing for several centuries a synonymous with warship. So later bireme and trireme, though many writers call them Liburnians, it should distinguish it from true Liburna.
This is a model in which all the elements on the sides and deck are made of solid walnut wood. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. The structural elements are laser cut.