Traditional Persian woman. 19th century. Femme Persane. Noble Persan.
Persian priest or mullah in 1840.
Sufism is a collective term for movements in Islam that have ascetic tendencies and a spiritual orientation, often referred to by the word mysticism. A follower of Sufism is called a Sufist, a Sufi practitioner or dervish.
Mohammed Shah (1810-1848), also Mehmed Mirza Shah, descendant of the Kajar dynasty, conservative ruler of Persia since 1844.
Persian from the city Khoy, Iran West Azerbaijan Province. Gallery: “Sheets for costume design: historical and folk costumes. Published by Franz Lipperheide, 1876-1887.
Old fashioned Persian dancer costume.
Woman costume from Isfahan, Iran 1850.
Persian silk velvet fabrics 16th century.
Kurds and Persians costumes. Caucasian Race. 1. Kurd Girl. 2. Kurd from the Plain of Ararat. 3. Kurd Priest. 4. Persian Gentleman. 5. 6. Persian Lady and Girl of Teheran. The… Read More
Fashion history of the Assyrian Empire. Mesopotamia and Babylonian culture.