Sailors (32 Subjects)
Sailor of the Imperial Navy, serving at the Ottoman admiralty, by Louis Dupré.
Leventi, Ottoman navy sailor / mariner.
The captain and the crew of the boat Saint Nicolas.
The author and a sailor at the bow of their boat.
The author's boat reaching the island of Milos.
On Saint Nicolas boat.
Uniform of Greek or Slav mariner working at the galleys of the Venetian fleet.
Galley slave (galeotto). Free man working on the galleys (scappolo).
Mountains of Epirus, as seen from sea nearly opposite to Parga.
Frontispiece to “Relation du naufrage d'un vaiseau Hollandois nomme ter Schellingh” by Frans Janszoon van der Heiden.
The sailors of Tershelling abandon their ship.
The castaways of Tershelling approach the coast of Bengal on a raft.
The castaways of Tershelling spend the night outside, on an island in the gulf of Bengal. One of them is delirious due to exhaustion.
Adventures of Tershelling castaways.
Castaways of Tershelling kill snakes in order to eat them.
Starving, the castaways of Tershelling roast the carcass of a dead buffalo.
Castaways of Tershelling construct a dinghy.
Castaways of Tershelling argue over the skin and meat of the dead buffalo.
The port of Avlemonas (Kastri or Agios Nikolaos), Cythera. Fishermen gathering their nets next to the Venetian Fortress of Agios Frangiskos.
Greek sailors resting in their boats.
Greek sailor in the service of the Sultan.
A Greek and a Turkish sailor.