Vignette 10

It is, probably, another of the little shrines situated on the coast, where shipwrecked sailors, having escaped from the waves, dedicated their drenched garments, or made other offerings. Perhaps the indistinct figure in front may be a person who has just gained the land, and, in the shrine, appears a priest with arms expanded as if to receive him. Behind seem the houses of the attendants, enclosed by a wall.