Sais (A Groom of Stable) in 1850. Egyptian costume.

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A Groom of Stable

Egyptian Sais 1850.

Sais (Palefrenier, A Groom of Stable) from Egypt.

Ottoman Empire 1850.

Source: Souvenirs d’Egypte par Alexandre Bida et Prosper Barbot. Paris: Lemercier, 1851.

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