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Greek officer from Nafplio, 1825.

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Woman in wedding dress.

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View from the monastery of Archangelos in Ithaca.

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View from the hill of Maurona (Mavrona), Ithaca.

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Natives of Bulgaria.

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A Bedouin tent.

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The head of Ali Pasha exhibited at the court of Topkapi Palace.

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Saxon peasant of the Calvinist denomination in Transylvania.

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Pompey's Pillar, shewing the mode by which some English Sailors first gained an ascent to the capital of the Column.

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Obelisk of Heliopolis.

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Entrance to the Pyramid of Cheops at Giza.

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An Albanian of Greece.

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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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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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Greek wedding in Edirne (imaginary representation).

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Nobleman's costume from Chios (1694 - 1822). Illustration published by A. Karavas; drawing by Phrixus Aristefs, in author's collection.

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Men's and women's costumes in Chios, 1788. From  Pierre S. Maréchal, “Costumes civils actuels de tous les Peuples...”, Paris, 1788].

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Men's working costume from Mestá, Chios, 1822 – 1866. Illustration published by A. Karavas; drawing by Phrixus Aristefs, in author's collection.

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Men's working costume at Pyrghi, Chios (1822 - 1866). Illustration published by A.Karavas; drawing by Phrixus Aristefs, in author's collection.

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Women's head-dress from Chios, 1680 - 1681. From an edition of the Voyages of Cornelis de Bruyn, Delft, 1698.

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Noblewoman's costume from Chios, 17th century. From collection belonging to Bibliothéque National de Paris: Od. 29, Grèce Moderne, Costumes et Moeurs. Empire d'Orient. 

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Women's costume from Chios, c. 1715. From collection: Recueil des Estampes, n. 370, 17 Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Paris.

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Women's costume from Chios,, c.1687. From collection of the British Museum of London.

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A Kurd.

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African woman at the slave bazaar, Cairo.

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Bedouin Arab.

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Circassian lady.

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Turkish lady, in the yashmak or veil.

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Interior of an Abyssinian library, in the Monastery of Souriani on the Natron Lakes.

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Tatar, or government messenger.

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