Aside from a transcription of the passenger manifest there are no extant records that I can find about that 1731 crossing, which might have been Capt.
History We don't have any information on the history of the Egaj name.
The star is evident under the typical pinpoint light source, but is it sharper when the light source is closer to the gem.
We do find that the return trip home, in August 1731, had among its passengers Charles Wesley, the Methodist hymn composer among other famed talents.
A wonderful medium dark blue, Translucent which is what you want and it has a nice star when in the proper light.
The Greeks, from Thales to Plato and Aristotle, were philosophers and not scientists in today's sense.