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Jewellery (301 Subjects)

Costumes of Parga, Preveza, Vonitsa and Lefkada.

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Costumes of Zakynthos.

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1. Mameluke costume . 2. Lady of Mount Lebanon. 3. Arab Princess from Lebanon.

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1. Christian lady of Damascus. 2. Christian lady of Aleppo. 3. Arab sheik from Syria.

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Bronze lamp from Thessaloniki (Α). Bronze lamp from Aleppo (Β). Mirror's frame (C). Decorative mask from Aleppo (D). Ring from Aleppo (Ε). Statue from Aleppo (F). Signet from Beirut (G). Clay head of the Hellenistic deity Harpocrates from Egypt (Η). Charm from Egypt (Ι). Several charms from Egypt.

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Costumes from Baku.

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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "The Giaour": Portrait of Greek woman from Peloponnese.

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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Parisima": Secret meeting of Parisima, wife of Lord Este, with her adoptive son.

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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Stanzas for Music": Woman at window.

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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Don Juan".

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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Don Juan".

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Illustration for the poem of Shakespeare "Hamlet".

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Portrait of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I.

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Woman of Macedonia, from edition of the voyages of N. de Nicolay, 16th century. 

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Married woman from Thessaloniki.  Woman from Thessaloniki. Maiden from Thessaloniki. From: Jean-Jacques Boissard, Habitus Variarum Orbis Gentium, 1581. 

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Married woman from Thessaloniki, based on drawing by Cesare Vecellio. From: Alphonse Lasor a Varea (Raffaello Savonarola), Universus Terrarum Orbis Scriptorum Calamo Delineatis, Padua, 1713. 

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Maiden  from Thessaloniki. From: T. Jefferys (ed.), A collection of the dresses of different nations, ancient and modern..., London, 1757. 

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Bride from Thessaloniki, 16th century. Based on drawing by Jean-Jacques Boissard. From: T. Jefferys (ed.), A collection of the dresses of different nations, ancient and modern..., London, 1757. 

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Noblewoman from Macedonia, 16th century, based on drawing by N. de Nicolay. From: T. Jefferys (ed.), A collection of the dresses of different nations, ancient and modern..., London, 1757. 

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Bride from Thessaloniki. From reedition of the work by Cesare Vecellio, Costumes anciens et modernes, Habiti antichi et moderni di tutto il Mondo di Cesare Vecellio, Paris, Firmin-Didot, 1859-60.

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Bulgrian bride from Kalamaria. From: Adelaide Mary Walker, Through Macedonia to the Albanian Lakes, London, Chapman and Hill, 1864.

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Portrait of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I.

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Wealthy and poor Turkish woman in house costumes.

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Albanian woman from Athens.

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Greek woman from Myconos.

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Young Albanina woman from Lichada, Euboea.

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Inhabitants of Crimea.

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A Turkish lady at home.

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A Jewish girl dressed for her marriage ceremony.

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An Armenian girl dressed for her marriage ceremony.

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