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Ottoman Turkey, Smyrne, Costumes of the Villagers (1899) www.picclick.com

Ottoman Turkey, Smyrne, Costumes of the Villagers (1899) www.picclick.com

Turkey, Constantinople, Praying Muslims www.picclick.com

Turkey, Constantinople, Praying Muslims www.picclick.com

Typical Costume Famalicão - Portugal www.picclick.com

Typical Costume Famalicão - Portugal www.picclick.com

Jean-Philippe Worth in Indian Rajah costume From the book "A Century of Fashion" by Jean-Philippe Worth, 1928. From the book "A Century of Fashion" by Jean-Philippe Worth, 1928.

Jean-Philippe Worth in Indian Rajah costume From the book "A Century of Fashion" by Jean-Philippe Worth, 1928. From the book "A Century of Fashion" by Jean-Philippe Worth, 1928.

[Ottoman Empire] Kavas (Guard), Military Officers in Jerusalem, Palestine, 1890s (Osmanlı Dönemi Kudüs'de Kavaslar)

[Ottoman Empire] Kavas (Guard), Military Officers in Jerusalem, Palestine, 1890s (Osmanlı Dönemi Kudüs'de Kavaslar)

Bridal outfit (entari, long jacket and shoes); Ottoman Empire, late 19th century; Sadberk Hanim Museum, Istanbul

Bridal outfit (entari, long jacket and shoes); Ottoman Empire, late 19th century; Sadberk Hanim Museum, Istanbul

Kostume burrash. Albanian men's costumes. Costumes masculins albanais. Vestidos masculinos albaneses.

Kostume burrash. Albanian men's costumes. Costumes masculins albanais. Vestidos masculinos albaneses.

“Bashi Bazouk and his Dog”. Painting by Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904). Painted in 1865, in Egypt.  In fact, this ‘başıbozuk’ (mercenary, or irregular soldier of the Ottoman army) is originating from Epirus or Albania and can be recognized by his half-long skirt-like garment (called ‘fustanella’ in Greece).  These military were generally called ‘Arnavut’/’Arnaut’ (=Albanian) in the 19th century.

“Bashi Bazouk and his Dog”. Painting by Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904). Painted in 1865, in Egypt. In fact, this ‘başıbozuk’ (mercenary, or irregular soldier of the Ottoman army) is originating from Epirus or Albania and can be recognized by his half-long skirt-like garment (called ‘fustanella’ in Greece). These military were generally called ‘Arnavut’/’Arnaut’ (=Albanian) in the 19th century.

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