Sbirri of the Kingdom of Naples 19th century.

Roman Costumes. Traditional women clothing of Naples. Italian national costume. Italy Folk dress.

Sbirri of the Kingdom of Naples

Sbirri of the Kingdom of Naples.

SBIRRI, from Ital. sbirri, an archer, a name given to a class of armed police in Italy, resembling the French gens’d’armes in every thing but their usefulness. They patrole with a large cocked hat, armed with a fusil.

Roman Costumes. Drawing by Bartolomeo Pinelli (1781-1835). Engraving by C. Hullmandel. Published by Rodwell & Martin, London.

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