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Buckle loop

Belt Buckle Plate

Tongue from a buckle

[Portolan chart of the Mediterranean Sea ca. 1320-1350 : manuscript chart of the Mediterranean and Black seas on vellum].

[Portolan chart of the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, and the coasts of Europe and northwest Africa].

Black Sea from BL Royal 20 E IX, f. 19v

[Chart of the Mediterranean, Black Sea, and the coasts of western Europe and northwest Africa] /

First part of Turkey in Europe ... to which is added the whole of the Black Sea

Map of Black Sea and environs

Tuscany from "The New Sailing Directory for the Mediterranean Sea, the Adriatic, ... the Archipelago and Levant, the Sea of Marmora and the Black Sea"

Libya from "The New Sailing Directory for the Mediterranean Sea, the Adriatic, ... the Archipelago and Levant, the Sea of Marmora and the Black Sea"

Bosphorus of Thrace or channel of the Black Sea

map from "Travels in Circassia, Krim Tartary, &c., including a steam voyage down the Danube from Vienna to Constantinople and round the Black Sea in 1836"

map from "The Russian Shores of the Black Sea in the Autumn of 1852, with a voyage down the Volga, and a tour through the country of the Don Cossacks"

map from "[The Russian Shores of the Black Sea in the Autumn of 1852, with a voyage down the Volga, and a tour through the country of the Don Cossacks.]"

map from "A Military Tour in European Turkey, the Crimea and on the Eastern Shores of the Black Sea ... with maps"

map from "Transcaucasia. Sketches of the Nations and Races between the Black Sea and the Caspian. [Translated from the German by J. E. T., i.e. J. E. Taylor.]"

map from "[The Russian Shores of the Black Sea in the Autumn of 1852, with a voyage down the Volga, and a tour through the country of the Don Cossacks.]"

map from "A Military Tour in European Turkey, the Crimea and on the Eastern Shores of the Black Sea ... with maps"

map from "[The Russian Shores of the Black Sea in the Autumn of 1852, with a voyage down the Volga, and a tour through the country of the Don Cossacks.]"

Pontic-Caspian steppe from "Russia on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azof: being a narrative of travels in the Crimea, and bordering provinces; with notices of the naval, military and commercial resources of those countries"

Russian Federation from "Russia on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azof: being a narrative of travels in the Crimea, and bordering provinces; with notices of the naval, military and commercial resources of those countries"

Ukraine from "Russia on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azof: being a narrative of travels in the Crimea, and bordering provinces; with notices of the naval, military and commercial resources of those countries"

Sevastopol from "Russia on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azof: being a narrative of travels in the Crimea, and bordering provinces; with notices of the naval, military and commercial resources of those countries"

ornament from "Russia on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azof: being a narrative of travels in the Crimea, and bordering provinces; with notices of the naval, military and commercial resources of those countries"

royal tomb of Kouloba from "Russia on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azof: being a narrative of travels in the Crimea, and bordering provinces; with notices of the naval, military and commercial resources of those countries"

Théâtre des opérations / Ch. Fay del.

map from "[Between the Danube and Black Sea; or, Five years in Bulgaria.]"

Black Sea from "Russia, Past and Present. Adapted from the German (“Das heutige Russland”) of Lankenau and Oelnitz by Henrieta M. Chester. With map and illustrations"

map from "The Danube from the Black Forest to the Black Sea ... Illustrated by the author and A. Parsons"

Sailboat from "The Danube from the Black Forest to the Black Sea ... Illustrated by the author and A. Parsons"

Turkey from "The Danube from the Black Forest to the Black Sea ... Illustrated by the author and A. Parsons"

Black Sea from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

Bulgarian from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

Galatz from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

Lumber raft from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

Turkish from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

Austria from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

Hungary from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

map from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

map from "The Danube, from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, etc"

Rajasthan from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

dyer from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Jug Munder island from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Amber Palace from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Benares from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Pakistan from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

chef from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Rajasthan from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Iran from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

commissioned by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Mehrangarh Fort from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Queen's Mosque from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Fatehpur Sikri from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

marketplace from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

British Raj from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

flower sellers from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

photograph from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

near Bikaner from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Madh Fort from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Chahar Bagh Boulevard from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

irrigation canal from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Afghan from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Zoroastrians from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

juggler from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

hats from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

British Raj from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

horses from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

nautch girls from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Udaipur from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Jug Navas island from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Mumbai from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

guard from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Oman from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Pakistan from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

punkah from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

souq from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Iran from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

head from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

porters from "From the Black Sea through Persia and India ... Illustrated by the author"

Vid na Gagry s shosse

Chernomorskoe poberezhʹe

Chernomorskoe poberezhʹe

Vid na Gagry s shosse

Black sea. Varna bay : From the russian survey of 1829

Towns and cities in Asia Minor - Trebizond on the Black Sea

In the big German port of Hamburg there is no doubt as to who won the war. They have seen their own prize merchnat vessels sail out under other flags and watched American food arrive for Russian prisoners and then been forced out to help load other supplies to feed these former soldiers of the Czar as they were being repatriated by way of the Black Sea. Hamburg has no illusions about German sea supremacy

Group of peasants on the road near Korec in the territory mose recently liberated from the Bolsheviki. This district received its salt supply from the Black Sea and from the Galician salt mines. For a long period both these sources were cut off by military operations and the price of salt rose to 40 marks ($10 under normal exchange rates) a pound. The people shown in this group were liberated from the Bolsheviki two days before the picture was taken and were immediately proceeding 30 kilometres to Kowel to secure a supply of salt

Wall St., New York City, U. S. A. over in the Bazaars of Constantinople, Turkey - Both maps same scale, same North. The Bosphorus leaves the Black Sea between Yonkers and Mamaroneck . . .

Russian refugees in Turkey. Russian refugees cared for by ARC. Proti Island, Constantinople. Several thousand Russian refugees are now being cared for by the American Red Cross in Turkey. Here is a family, the tiny member of which was born on the Black Sea. The husband is in the uniform of General Deniken's army

Capt. R. Kneippel of the Steamship "Mickapoo" is a characteristic pose while his ship is carrying a cargo of hospital and surgical supplies for the American Red Cross Commission to South Russia. In the hazy distance are the shores of the Black Sea

British war ships in the harbor of Novorosissk, in the distance the mountains are hidden by clouds, but the low hills of the shore give a fair idea of the type of country bordering the Black Sea. Novorosissk is the port of the Denikine government and the location of the chief warehouse of the American Red Cross Commission to South Russia

Russian refugees in Turkey. Many of the little refugees which the American Red Cross brought to Proti Island near Constantinople were children of the best Russian families in the cities on the north shore of the Black Sea. They are eating bread and cakes baked with American flour

In good care. Among the refugees rescued at Novorossiisk a short time before the fall of the city there were thirty orphaned children who were put in charge of the American Red Cross. The children had become lost from their parents during the rush of evacuation and were left helpless. The Red Cross Officers loaded them on a boat and they are now being cared for on the island of Proti, along with more than a thousand other refugees. This picture shows several of the children being amused by Lieut. L.M. Foster of Chicago, on the boat en route across the Black Sea

Breaza girls who thru Junior Red Cross aid were able to profit by a healthful summer on the shores of the Black Sea last year

Entering the Bosphorus our steamer was stopped for inspection and the last Allied officers passed us on. It was the end of their occupation The entrance to the Bosphorus from the Black Sea. Steaming through this narrow opening, one wonders how long can a nation of Turks keep their throttle hold on the great Russian Empire.

Apollo 10 view of the Earth

AST-24-1969 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Clouds Over Black Sea, Sinop, Bafra, Samsun

AST-24-1972 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Clouds over Black Sea Area

AST-24-1975 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Turkey, USSR, Black Sea, Clouds