A Berber Playing the Kissar to Women of the Same Tribe.

Prisse d'Avennes, Oriental, costumes, Berber, Kissar,
A Berber Playing the Kissar

A Berber Playing the Kissar to Women of the Same Tribe.

Source: The Oriental Album. Characters, Costumes, And Modes Of Life, In The Valley Of The Nile. Published 1848. Drawings by Prisse d’Avennes 1807-1879. Lithographs by various artists. Printed by Lemercier in Paris, James Madden in London, and Madden & Malcolm in London.

David Roberts, holy, land, levante, palestine,
Note:  Jerusalem from the South. The city's various conquests.

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