Women (1849 Subjects)
H.M.S. Serapis leaves Piraeus carrying Edward Prince of Wales, later Edouard VII and his spouse Alexandra, sister to king George of Greece, after the end of their visit to Greece.
Riva degli Schiavoni in Venice. From “The Picturesque Mediterranean”, 1890.
The port of Trieste.
View of Malaga, looking west.
The Rock of Gibraltar.
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.
Men's and women's costumes in Chios, 1788. From Pierre S. Maréchal, “Costumes civils actuels de tous les Peuples...”, Paris, 1788].
Unmarried women's costume from Chios, 1568. From Nicolas de Nicolay, “Les Quatre Premiers Livres des Navigations”… Lyon, 1568.
Married women's costume from Chios, 1568. From: Nicolas de Nicolay, “Les Quatre Premiers Livres des Navigations…”, Lyon, 1568.
Women's costumes from Genoa, 15th century. From: Giulio Ferrario, “Le Costume Ancien et Moderne…”, Milan, 1825.