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Corinth from the Acrocorinthus.

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The Parthenon.

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The Acropolis of Athens.

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A Bedouin tent.

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The central market of Damascus.

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Arabs raising water from the Nile into their plantations.

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An Athenian lady in the dress commonly worn.

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Scenes from the life of Greek hetairai.

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Hetairai dancing and playing music.

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Ancient Greek hairstyles.

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Hetairai dancing the pyrrhichios.

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Ancient Greek furniture. Ancient Greek vases.

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Ancient Greek musical instruments. Ancient Greek jewellery.

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Scene in a bakery in Rhodes.

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Married Greek woman seated on the divan at the part of the house reserved for the women.

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Public baths (hamam) in Tripoli of Lebanon.

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Circular dance of Greek women wearing costumes from different locations 1: Greek woman from Izmir (Smyrna). 2: Woman from Patmos. 3: Woman from Chios. 4, 6: Women from Bulgaria. 5: Woman from Tinos or nearby island. 7: Young woman from Izmir (Smyrna).

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At Meydanı square, which is buit on the site of the Byzantine Hippodrome of Constantinople. Muslim wedding procession, possibly of an Ottoman official. In the background, the obelisk of Theodosius I, and the Serpent Column (Plataean tripod) from Delphi sanctuary, which was brought to Constantinople by Constantine I. 

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A Janissary courts a young woman; he has slashed his arm as a token of his affection. A Jewish matchmaker is standing on his side. La Motraye states that he witnessed the scene himself.

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Scene in the Sultan's harem (imaginary representation).

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Greek wedding in Edirne (imaginary representation).

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The women of the Sultan's harem go out in the Palace Garden, escorted by eunuchs (imaginary representation).

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Noblemen's traditional costume from Chios, previous to 1822. Original gouache in author's collection.

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ΠΕΥΚΙ (Pefki): Byzantine textile belonging to Nea Moni monastery in Chios.

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Details from Pefki, Byzantine textile belonging to Nea Moni monastery in Chios.

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Infant's shirt from Chios (early 18th century). Original in author's collection.

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Pounghi (bag or pouch) belonging to affluent woman from Chios (second half of the 18th century). Original in author's collection.

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Man's pounghi (pouch) from Chios, early 19th century. Original in author's collection.

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Brostomántilo or stithopano (breast cloth), from Pyrgi (Chios), c.1850. Original in author's collection.

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Manikettia (cuffs) from silk and cotton, Pyrgi (Chios), late 19th century. Original in author's collection.

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