Turbans and other headdresses of Egyptian men.

Turbans, headdresses, Egyptian, Traditional, Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche,
Traditional Egypt headdresses by Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche

Traditional Egypt headdresses.

Source: “Full Peoples Gallery in images of all nations” by Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche, Meissen, 1840. Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche (1785 -1863) was a German bookseller, publisher and writer.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  Tiberias, from the walls. The City of Safed in the distance. Israel.
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