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An English flute off Satalia
A depiction of the port of Satalia on the south-west coast of Turkey in 1677, surrounded by a rocky coastline. The ancient walled city, with minarets rising from it, overlooks the small harbour and gulf, and is enclosed by high mountains in the central distance. An English merchant pink or flute, with the Royal Arms on her stern, is shown standing into Satalia. Figures on the foreshore on the left are loading or unloading a small boat and a two-masted galley can be seen off the harbour entrance.
- Image reference: BHC1930
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London