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Alexander and his fleet from BL Royal 20 B XX, f. 20

Miniature of Alexander and his fleet about to set sail. Image taken from f. 20 of Historia de proelis in a French translation (Le Livre et le vraye hystoire du bon roy Alixandre)(index Alexandre). Written in French.

Alexander and his fleet from BL Royal 20 B XX, f. 20

Detail of a miniature of Alexander and his fleet about to set sail. Image taken from f. 20 of Historia de proelis in a French translation (Le Livre et le vraye hystoire du bon roy Alixandre)(index Alexandre). W... more

Ascanius, and the Trojan fleet from BL King's 24, f. 148v

Miniature illustrating book VII of Virgil's Aeneid, with Ascanius wounding the stag in the foreground, as the Trojans feast on the shore, and the Trojan fleet in the background and decorated initial 'T'(u). Im... more

Games, and the Trojan fleet from BL King's 24, f. 115

Detail of a miniature illustrating book V of Virgil's Aenied, with the Sicilian games, including archery, wrestling with poles, and racing, and in the background, the burning of the Trojan fleet. Image taken f... more

Army and fleet from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 304v

Miniature of an army fighting a fleet. Image taken from f. 304v of Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar). Written in French.

Army and fleet from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 304v

Detail of a miniature of an army fighting a fleet. Image taken from f. 304v of Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar). Written in French.

Caesar's fleet from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 164v

Detail of a miniature of Caesar's fleet in port, at the beginning of book 6. Image taken from f. 164v of Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar). Written in French.

Caesar's fleet from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 164v

Miniature of Caesar's fleet in port, at the beginning of book 6. Image taken from f. 164v of Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar). Written in French.

Neptune calming the tempest which Aeolus raised against Aeneas' fleet from Book I of the Aeneid

Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, Argini (?) ca. 1480–before 1534 Bologna (?))

The Fleet of Aeneas Arrives in Sight of Italy (Aeneid, Book III)

European of the Renaissance period viewed ancient Rome not only as the origin of Italian civilzation but also the geographic center of a lost golden age. This plaque belongs to a series of at least eighty Limog... more

Aeneas Builds a Fleet Near Antandrus, at the Foot of Mount Ida (Aeneid, Book III)

European of the Renaissance period viewed ancient Rome not only as the origin of Italian civilzation but also the geographic center of a lost golden age. This plaque belongs to a series of at least eighty Limog... more

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone (Italian, active Rome and Bologna, 1531–after 1576)

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone (Italian, active Rome and Bologna, 1531–after 1576)

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone (Italian, active Rome and Bologna, 1531–after 1576)

Fleet of Galleys Escorted by a Caravel from The Sailing Vessels

After Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish, Breda (?) ca. 1525–1569 Brussels)

The Trojan Women Setting Fire to Their Fleet

The Trojan women set fire to their ships in an effort to end years of wandering after the fall of Troy. The clouds and rain in the distance presage the storm sent by Jupiter at Aeneas’s request to quench the bl... more

A Dutch Fleet Lying at Anchor

Willem van de Velde II (Dutch, Leiden 1633–1707 London)

A Dutch Fleet Under Sail at Sea in a Light Breeze

Willem van de Velde was one of the first marine artists to sail with the Dutch fleet and rely not on written or oral observation for his paintings of naval engagements but on the sketches he drew from life. He... more

A Large Dutch Ship with a Fleet at Sea and Two Small Vessels

Willem van de Velde I (Dutch, Leiden 1611–1693 London)

Commodore Hopkins, commander in chief of the American Fleet

Print shows Esek Hopkins, three-quarter length portrait, wearing uniform, standing, facing front, with sword drawn during naval engagement; ships in background display "Dont tread upon me" and "Liberty Tree - A... more

Richd. Lord Viscount Howe rear admiral of the White and commander in chief of the fleet in N. America

Print shows Richard Howe, full-length portrait, wearing military uniform, standing, facing left and pointing to the left.

The Building of Fleet of Transports for Invasion of England. 1804.

This medal was struck for the Metropolitan Museum of Art at the Paris Mint at the request of the donor, Hon. Levi P. Morton, formerly U.S. Minister to France. Jean-Pierre Droz (French, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Neuchâ... more

Grand Canal Celebration: View of the Fleet Preparing to Form in Line

Published, opposite page 187, in Cadwallader D. Colden's Memoir, Prepared at the Request of a Committee of the Common Canals...at the Celebration of the Completion of the New York Canals, New York, 1825. Archib... more

A N.b.E. view of the fort on the western end of Sulivans Island with the disposition of His Majesty's fleet commanded by Commodore Sir Peter Parker Knt. &c &c &c during the attack on the 28th. of June 1776, which lasted 9 hours and 40 minutes

Print shows Sullivan's Island at the entrance to Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, and Fort Sullivan; prominent features identified by letter with legend printed below image.

British fleet from "Tales of Shipwrecks and Adventures at Sea: ... with celebrated voyages, amusing tales ... and ... anecdotes. Illustrated with ... engravings ... Edited by J. L. No. 1-59"

This image has been taken from scan 000033 from "Tales of Shipwrecks and Adventures at Sea: ... with celebrated voyages, amusing tales ... and ... anecdotes. Illustrated with ... engravings ... Edited by J. L. ... more

The Baltic Medal, Issued to the Fleet Concerned in the Baltic Waters During the Years 1854–55

Medalist (obverse): William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

ship from "[Two Summer Cruises with the Baltic Fleet in 1854, 5.]"

This image has been taken from scan 000011 from "[Two Summer Cruises with the Baltic Fleet in 1854, 5.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British... more

map from "[Two Summer Cruises with the Baltic Fleet in 1854, 5.]"

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map from "[Two Summer Cruises with the Baltic Fleet in 1854, 5.]"

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Crimean war from "[Two Summer Cruises with the Baltic Fleet in 1854, 5.]"

This image has been taken from scan 000303 from "[Two Summer Cruises with the Baltic Fleet in 1854, 5.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British... more

His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, with Mayor Howard of Portland on his left; photographed just prior to departure on board his fleet, at Portland, Maine, October 20, 1860 / by George Stacy, 143 Madison Street, New-York.

Stereograph shows the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) with Mayor Joseph Howard of Portland, Maine in a carriage in the street as a crowd watches, on October 20, 1860 in Portland, Maine.

Villafranca. American fleet

American fleet in European harbor with mountains in background.