The captain of the boat who took Clarke to Aegina; drawing from nature by Theodoros the Kalmyk. Inaccordance with the custom of his native Kaso,s the captain is dressed in mourning because he is a widower.

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Creator

CLARKE, Edward Daniel

Title

The captain of the boat who took Clarke to Aegina; drawing from nature by Theodoros the Kalmyk. Inaccordance with the custom of his native Kaso,s the captain is dressed in mourning because he is a widower.

Alternative Title

The Casiot Master of the Caique, as taken from life by Theodore the Calmuck during thw voyage to Aegina.

Date

1813

Bibliographic Citation

CLARKE, Edward Daniel. Travels in various Countries of Europe Asia and Africa…, Russia Tahtary [sic] and Turkey…, Greece, Egypt and the Holy Land…, vol. ΙII, London, R. Watts for Cadell and Davies, MDCCCXIV [=1814].

 

Identifier

clarke_portrait_1

Table Of Contents

598

Spatial Coverage

Kasos

Aegean islands

Greece

Subject

Human types

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CLARKE, Edward Daniel, “The captain of the boat who took Clarke to Aegina; drawing from nature by Theodoros the Kalmyk. Inaccordance with the custom of his native Kaso,s the captain is dressed in mourning because he is a widower.,” travelogues, accessed February 26, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/36602.