In the lower part of the image three Persian dancers and a servant in the typical costumes are shown. The average dancer wearing a precursor of Raqs Sharqi belly dance costumes.
Persia. Palace of Isfahan (Meidun-e Emam). Ruins of Persepolis. Kuh-i-Rahmat. Tomb of Cyrus the Great Persia. Sultan Mosque.
This bust has been explained as that of Adonis. The head-dress is essentially of Eastern origin, and the cap is analogous to that which is considered peculiar to the Phrygian and Persian races.
Persian tunic. 12th c.
Persian warrior in full armor 15th century. Medieval Asia military costume. He is armed with helmet, hauberk, shield, short sword and battle ax.
Persian archer in full armor 15th century. Demo position. 15th c. Persian archer. Artist: Alois Greil (1841-1902), Hugo Kaeseberg, Wood-engraver (1847-1893).
Medieval Middle East clothing. Persian scholar dress in the 15th century. Gallery: “Sheets for costume design: historical and folk costumes. Published by Franz Lipperheide, 1876-1887.
Persian General in full armor 15th century.
Ancient Persian warriors and king costumes. Royalty court and head dresses, weapons of king and warriors. Published by Münchener Bilderbogen