This diagram shows the differences between sculling and rowing. In sculling each person has two oars, one in each hand. In rowing each person has one oar which they grasp in both hands, and the oars are arranged alternately on each side. Pairs and fours have both coxed and coxless forms, but an eight always has a cox in the boat.
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Source: Visual Dictionary Online