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A Dutch flagship and other vessels off a rocky coast
A scene showing a flagship in the centre with an ornately carved golden stern. This is probably the carved figure of Hercules, shown bowed from the burden of the world held on his shoulders. The ship may therefore have been named the 'Hercules' and the two figures carved on either side of 'Hercules' may represent his attributes of astronomy and thus a propitious image for a ship.
- Image reference: BHC0981
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London