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Russians in Siberia. Ethnic groups in 18th century

Solemn Oath. Traditional Russia costumes. Siberia Ethnik dresses

A Tunguzian taking a Solemn Oath

Russians in Siberia. Ethnic groups in 18th century.

A Tunguzian taking a Solemn Oath. Russians Travelling with Dog Sleads in Siberia. Mongolian Lady and Priest. Burattians Hunting.

From the book: ‘Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca’, or ‘A Complete Collection of Voyages and Travels’ by John Harris’s. Commissioned under King George II of England, published in London, 1745.

Note:  A Tatar Woman of Kusnezk.

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