Romania Hairstyles of Hunedoara, Transylvania. (Pieptănătură din Huniedoara. Transilvania.) Source: Romanian Folk Costumes.Portul popular romanesc by Alexandrina Enachescu Cantemir. Editeur: Prof. Dimitrie Gusti. Published: Scrisul Romanesc, S.A., Craiova 1937.
The Duke and Duchess of Venice in 1531.
Masai warrior in 1907. With spear, shield and lion headdress.
The scholars and writers on antiquities, up to the time of Winckelmann, apply the term Fauns to the human figures with tails and pointed ears, while they term the figures with goat’s legs sometimes Pans, at other times Satyrs.
Bust of a young and beardless satyr, distinguished, as usual, by the pointed ears of a goat, and by hair in front shaggy and rough, like that of the same animal.
This bust has been called that of a Maenad or Bacchante, an attribution which the comparison of other Bacchic types would seem fully to justify.
The distinguishing characteristic of the head of Apollo is the manner in which the hair is represented.
Head of Minerva. The hair, parted in the middle, is drawn back from the temples, after the manner usual in the representations of Minerva.
A description of the collection of ancient Marbles in the British Museum by Combe Taylor, London 1861.
1930s German Hat fashion and Hairstyles, Makeup German Hat, Hairstyles and Makeup in 1930s period. Hat models from the offer of a German department store from the time of the German Empire… Read More