Greek woman with child from Bethlehem, 19th century. Historical and folk costumes by Franz Lipperheide.
“Arab man with shell hat”. Painting by the Spanish painter José Tapiro y Baro (1830-1913).
Jewish girl from Morocco in 1869. Original by Émile Vernet-Lecomte (1821–1900) Titel: “Beauté orientale”.
Knights Hospitaller or the Order of Saint John. The eleventh century — Pilgrimage to Jerusalem — Difficulties of pilgrims from Europe — The two Italian merchants — The first Hospital of St. John at Jerusalem — Jerusalem taken by the Turcmans — New miseries of pilgrims — Peter the Hermit — The First Crusade
A Girl performing on the Tarabouqa. Traditional Egyptian girls dress in 1850.
Sais (Palefrenier, A Groom of Stable) from Egypt.
A woman with a veil and headscarf wearing a precious cloth cord embroidery on the arm, to a light tunic abaya.
A Bedouin girl in a shirt-like garment, called “mig wal”. Next to her is an Egyptian Fruit Vendor. She wears a cape or cloak, jilbab, Jilaabah called. Her head is covered by a veil, the niqab.
Tambourine player in the jilbab. Veiled water wearer in a chador. Servant with a turban, tarboosh, vests, harem pants belted with a wide cloth that Sal Sapik, (SAL û Sapik “pants and shirt”).
A young Bedouin with Kufiyya, Jilbab and jacket. Nubian slave girl wearing a caftan over a light of woolen dress. Egyptian woman in street clothing.