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Tatars (33 Subjects)

Tatar, or government messenger.

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Τatar.

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Tatar, and members of the Lion of Chaeronea, by Louis Dupré.

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Tatar from Crimea.

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Noble Tatar man.

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Noble Tatar woman.

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Tatar woman.

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Tatar soldier.

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Costume of Prussian, Russian, Polish or Tatar merchant.

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The Great Han of Crimean Tatars.

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Tatar archer.

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Tatars of Kirgisia. Kalmyk Tatar.

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Tatars of Crimea.

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Nomad merchants of Crimea.

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The author meets inhabitants of Taganrog in Russia.

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Tatar man from Crimea.

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A Tatar. Excerpt from “The Giaour” by Lord Byron.

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The temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae. On the left, the Turkish and the Tatar attendants of Edward Dodwell.

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Tatar woman from Istanbul.

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View of Kauschani (today Cǎuşeni, home to Tatars descended from Crimaea, in Moldavia.

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Tatar settlement at the Moldavian coast on the Black Sea.

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View of the Chan's Palace at Bahçesaray.

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Funerary monuments, possibly of the Great Chans of the Tatars, seen by the author at the surroundings of Bahçesaray.

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View of the town of Theodosia (called Kefe in the Tatar era) from the Genoese castle of Crimaea.

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Crimean Tatar in traditional costume.

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Tatar of Astrakhan area (Nagoy tribe) travels in traditional vehicle.

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Post office at southern Kuban, area inhabited by Tatar tribes, Russia.

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Observatory from which the Tatars of Kuban watched the movements of their Kirkassian neighbours. According to the author, in summer a fire was lit in these nests to keep the mosquitoes away.

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View of the palace of the Khans of Crimea at Bahçesaray, Crimea.

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