Traditional Bavarian dresses from Starnberg. Male costumes from around Starnberg from the years around 1850. Starnberg is a lake of the same name and place south of Munich in the… Read More
Traditional Bavarian Costumes from Wolfratshausen, 1860, 19tes century. Old Bavarian festive dresses. Man and woman in original “Trachten” (Bavarian dialect for folk costumes) of Wolfratshausen near Munich, Bavaria, Germany. The man… Read More
Bridesmaids clothing in 1860. Traditional Bavarian costumes. Two women in traditional costume (Dirndl) of Starnberg, Bavaria, Germany. Starnberg gained notoriety through the death of the Bavarian King Ludwig II, also… Read More
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.
Roman officers. Military costumes of ancient rome. The left Legionnaire wearing as armor a Lorica Squamata, the right Legionnaire wears as armor Laminated Lorica. Read More: Ancient Roman Costume History in Europe B.C.… Read More
Byzantine nobility costumes 10th century.
The man is wearing an overcoat, known in Italy as Zimarra in Germany as Schecke, french pour point. The woman is wearing the robe hanging, the Gamurra.