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Muslim wedding in the Ottoman Empire: The giving away of the bride.

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Valide Dam at Belgrade Forest, on the northwestern coast of the Bosporus.

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Leisure scene on Aegina island. In the background, the temple of Aphaia.

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Score of Turkish traditional music.

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Silhouette portrait of a man, possibly the traveller Count Louis-François de Ferrières-Sauveboeuf. Excerpt from aria written for male voice.

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Ottoman (Muslim) funeral. Ottoman (Muslim) wedding. In the distance, the field of Büyükdere on the European shore of the Bosporus.

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Theatre production at Hanoi (today in Vietnam) in the presence of the king of Tonkin and his court.

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Top: The king of Tonkin (Vietnam) exits the palace. Bottom: The king of Tonkin (Vietnam) leaves for war.

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Leisure scene at the streets of Istanbul during the Bayram feast.

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Festivities at the port of Istanbul, to celebrate the construction of a new ship.

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The Bey (Ottoman official) of Upper Egypt , enters in Cairo.

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Celebration at the streets of Visapur, India, for the wedding of the daughter of the local governor.

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A woman is thrown into her husband's funeral pyre, India.

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Music and lines of traditional song of Arcadia.

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Lyrics of klepht song of Arcadia.

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Scores of love songs from Athens.

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Two different versions of Greek love song from Izmir.

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Music and lines of the song of “Kyra Frosyni”, from Epirus.

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Song in honour of Sultan Selim (not specified which of the Sultans named Selim).

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Different versions of syrtos dance.

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Syrto from Istanbul. Score of religious hymn.

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Dance scenes from ancient Greek vases and reliefs 6. Greek dancer from Epirus in traditional costume (from the edition by J. H. Hobhouse, 1813).

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Dance scenes from ancient Greek vases and reliefs

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Dance in Greece.

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Greek traditional dance.

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A Greek musician.

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View of the ancient theare of Syracuse, before it was excavated.

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1. Landscape near Piazza Armerina, Sicily. 2. Landscape near Pietrapercia, Sicily.

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Mantinada, (rhyming couplet), in the dialect of Sfakia.

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