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ISS042E135486 (01/10/2015) --- Just another sunny day in the Caribbean sea as viewed by astronauts aboard the International Space Station. This image was tweeted out by NASA astronaut Terry Virts as he captured the Earth observation of #Cuba and #Bahamas on Jan. 10, 2015. iss042e135486

John Currie - Mauretania

Stirrup Spout Bottle with Sea Monster

Sea Horse Pendant

Sea Lion Hunt Bottle

Mirror with Grapes and Fantastic Sea Animals

Mirror with Grapes and Fantastic Sea Animals

Cuthbert praying in the sea from BL YT 26, f. 24

Cuthbert at sea from BL YT 26, f. 26

Akvân dîv about to fling the sleeping Rustam into the sea.

Kay Khusrau crosses the sea in pursuit of Afrâsiyâb.

Akvân Dîv flings Rustam into the sea.

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water

The apostles awake Christ to still the storm on the sea of Galilee

Division of the Red Sea from BL Add 14763, f. 135

Division of the Red Sea from BL Add 14763, f. 135

Ship at sea from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 272v

Ship at sea from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 272v

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

"Rustam is Thrown into the Sea by the Div Akvan", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings) of Firdausi

Pharao and his army perish in the Red Sea

The Evangelist St. John and his vision of the leopard-like beast with seven heads that comes out of the sea

The Creation: division of sea and earth; creation of trees and plants

English at sea from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 26v

English at sea from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 214v

Sea fight off of La Rochelle from BL Royal 20 C VII, f. 189v

Israelites at the Red Sea from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 78

Israelites at the Red Sea from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 78

The Creation: division of sea and earth

Passage through the Red Sea from BL Royal 19 D III, f. 50

Alexander lowered into the sea from BL Royal 20 B XX, f. 77v

Alexander lowered into the sea from BL Royal 20 B XX, f. 77v

Fifth vision: the two-horned beast instructs people to worship the beast from the sea; those who refuse are slain.

Sixth vision: John sees seven angels with the seven plagues in jars, and seven angels holdings harps, and standing on a sea of glass shot through with fire.

Seventh vision: an angel from heaven points to the destruction of Babylon; another angel takes up a stone, as it were a great millstone, and hurls it into the sea. (Apoc. 18:2-21)

Fourth vision: people kneel before the beast from the sea; God watches as the beast from sea kills soldiers. (Apoc. 13:5)

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh and his army perish in the water

The Creation: division of sea and earth; creation of trees and plants (4th of 7)

Portrait medal of Don Inigo d'Avalos (obverse); Sphere Representing Earth, Sea, and Sky (reverse)

The molten sea

Pharao and his army perish in the Red Sea

St. Claudius, Bishop of Besançon, stills a storm at sea

Seventh map of Asia (Caspian Sea and east),in full gold border.

Constellation: Sea Monster or the Whale (Cetus)

Constellation: Hydra (The Sea Serpent or the Water Serpent), Corvus (The Crow or the Raven) and the Crater (the Cup)

Jonah is thrown into the sea and swallowed by the great fish

Crossing the Red Sea from BL Harley 5686, f. 60v

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water

The Creation: division of sea and earth

The execution of Publicius Malleolus; after having killed his mother (foreground), he is sewn into a sack and thrown into the sea (a variant of the death of Marcus Atilius)

"Amr has the Infidels Thrown into the Sea", Folio from a Khavarannama (The Book of the East) of ibn Husam al-Din

The shepherd and the sea [cont.]; The pomegranate, the apple, and the olive trees, and the thornbush.

Battle of the Sea Gods (Right portion of a frieze)

The Battle of the Sea Gods (Left portion of a frieze)

Ship at sea from BL Arundel 66, f. 45

Christ's miracles on the Sea of Galilee

68 CE: Vespasian, on a visit to the Dead Sea, demonstrates its famed buoyancy. He orders some non-swimmers to be thrown into deep water with their hands tied behind their back; all rise to the surface and float. Other remarkable properties of the Dead Sea are also described, such as the changing color of its water and its bituminous mud, so sticky that it can only be removed from the hulls of boats with women's monthly secretions. Use of this illustration of swans a-swimming is evidently an allusion to the buoyancy of the water.

The Sea Monster

The Sea Monster (Das Meerwunder)

Sea and Sky at Sunrise

The Sea Battle in the Gulf of Morbihan

Design for a Platter with Battling Tritons and Sea Nymphs

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

Incense Burner with Dragon, Phoenix, and Sea Creatures

A House with a Dovecote and Trees by the Sea.

Juno Appearing to Sea Gods

The Egyptians Crossing the Red Sea from Johann Geiler von Keisersberg, Das Buch Granatapfel im Latein Genant Malogranatus

The two-horned beast out of the earth and the beast out of the sea are worshipped (2nd of 2)

The second angel sounds: the water is changed into blood because a great burning mountain is cast into the sea, destroying ships (2nd of 3)

Constellation: Hydra (The Sea Serpent or the Water Serpent), Corvus (The Crow or the Raven) and the Crater (the Cup)

Constellation: Sea Monster or the Whale (Cetus)

Venus and Cupid riding two sea monsters, Cupid raises an arrow in his right hand, two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Eros escaping by sea using his bow to propel a boat made from his quiver with an arrow as the mast and his blindfold as the sail, a banderole above

Laocoön and his two sons being attacked by serpents upon a pedestal, a temple to Minerva behind them, another temple and the sea in the background

Venus and Cupid riding two sea monsters, Cupid raises an arrow in his right hand, two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Venus and Cupid riding two sea creatures, Cupid raising an arrow with his right hand and two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Eros Escaping by Sea; Cupid using his bow to propel a boat made from his quiver with an arrow as the mast and his blindfold as the sail, a banderole above

Venus and Cupid riding two sea monsters, Cupid raises an arrow in his right hand, two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Plate 6: Thetis standing in a niche with a shell and sea creature, pouring water out of a vase, looking to her left, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 16: A white bird tells Psyche of Cupid's illness, as she rides dolphins on the sea accompanied by tritons and nereids, from the Story of Cupid and Psyche as told by Apuleius

Two sea gods accompanied by four nymphs

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

Danae and the infant Perseus cast out to sea by Acrisius

The Passing Over the Red Sea (one of a pair)

Verschillende schepen op zee, ca. 1550

Design for a Fountain with Sea Horses and Triton Base, Basin, Dolphins and Tritons, Three Grotesque heads and Neptune

Armed Four-Master Putting Out to Sea from The Sailing Vessels

Fantastic Sea Carriage

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

Neptune Between Two Sea Horses

Armed Three-Master on the Open Sea Accompanied by a Galley from The Sailing Vessels

Armed Three-Master on the Open Sea Accompanied by a Galley, from the series Sailing Vessels

A Winged Putto Riding a Sea Horse and a Lion (after Raphael); verso; The Three Graces (after Raphael)

Pendant Design with a Sea Monster Ridden by Thetis and a Man with a Sail

Pendant Design with a Sea Monster Carrying a Woman on a Shell Flanked by a Triton and a Man with an Oar

Pendant Design with a Sea Monster Carrying Neptune on an Urn Beside a River-God with an Oar

Pendant Design with a Sea Monster Carrying Neptune Flanked by Two Nerieds

Pendant Design with a Sea Monster in a Shell Carrying a Triton and a Woman with a Sail

Pendant Design with a Winged Sea Monster Carrying Venus Anadyomene on a Shell and a Man with an Oar

Pendant Design with a Sea Monster Carrying Neptune Flanked by Two Figures with Horns