Decline of the Venetian Navy

In the 1600s and the beginning of the 1700s the navy of Venice and the production output of the Arsenal of Venice were on the decline as the galley that had been used for centuries had finally became obsolete and even the galleass, known in Italian as galeazza, was being replaced by frigates and three-deck woodedn ships known as "Ship of the Line" and "Man-of War" produced by the powerful British Empire as well as other northern European countries like France This work is public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areaswhere the copyright term is the author's life plus 100 years or less. Source:      

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1650 to 1700