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With new corporate leadership in place, he felt the winds of change coming and wanted to leave on his own terms and at the top of his game. Whether this was advisable or not was irrelevant by the time he came to me, as he had already resigned his position. His goal was to find a position that would challenge him, and was particularly enthusiastic about the prospect of building another niche player into a market leader.
Odysseus and the Sirens , Ulixes mosaic at the Bardo National Museum in Tunis , Tunisia, 2nd century AD As civilizations around the Mediterranean grew in size and complexity, both their navies and the galleys that made up their numbers became successively larger. The basic design of two or three rows of oars remained the same, but more rowers were added to each oar. The exact reasons are not known, but are believed to have been caused by addition of more troops and the use of more advanced ranged weapons on ships, such as catapults. The size of the new naval forces also made it difficult to find enough skilled rowers for the one-man-per-oar system of the earliest triremes. With more than one man per oar, a single rower could set the pace for the others to follow, meaning that more unskilled rowers could be employed.
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