Jewish graves at Bab el Oued, Algier. Algeria 19th century. Tombeaux juifs.
Caravan in an indoor street of Algier, Algeria. Algérie – Caravane dans une Rue Couverte, Algier.
When Alethe arrived at a suitable age, she was taught, like other children of the priestesses, to take a share in the service and ceremonies of the shrines.
Traditional Georgia and Arab costumes. 19th century.
Transylvanian prayer rugs. From Asia Minor. XVIIth century. Left one owned by Baron Charles Kaffner, Budapest; the other by the Arts and Crafts Museum, Budapest.
Tunisian flower sellers of Gabes in 1910.
Tunisian arabs at a café of Tunis in 1910.
Algeria. Regular infantryman Abdel-Kader, 19th c.
Algeria. Maidservant slave in Algiers. Historical clothing.
The members of historical infantry units called themselves Zuaven. The name goes back to the Kabyl tribe of the Zuauas in the Zuaua district (Zuavia) in the Algerian province of Constantine, who already provided mercenary troops at the time of the Ottoman Empire who were famous for their bravery.