JACQUES GRASSET DE ST.SAUVEUR (1757-1810) (painter) & J. LAROQUE (engraver] Woman of Limnos island in local attire 1784, coloured etching, 21 x 14.5 cm

JACQUES GRASSET DE ST.SAUVEUR (1757-1810) (painter) & J. LAROQUE (engraver] Woman of Limnos island in local attire 1784, coloured etching, 21 x 14.5 cm

Engraving of a woman wearing a costume of Attica  Paris, France. Early 20th century  © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Engraving of a woman wearing a costume of Attica Paris, France.

A. DEVERIA (1800-1857) & G. ENGELMANN (1788 -1839)  Woman's attire from Santorini island

A. DEVERIA (1800-1857) & G. ENGELMANN (1788 -1839) Woman's attire from Santorini island

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Femme de l’isle de Cassos (Woman from Kassos [Dodecanese]), hand-coloured copper engraving, 36x24 cm. From his book Costumes et usages des peuples de la Grece moderne, Rome 1825  A similar dress from Kassos, an island near Karpathos in the Dodecanese, is depicted in the engraving.  ©Alpha Bank Photoographic Archive, Athens, Greece. All Rights reserved.

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg “Femme de l’Isle de Cassos” (Woman from Cassos, Dodecanese, Greece). Engraving 36 x 24 cm. Otto Magnus von Stackelberg “Femme de l’Isle de Cassos” (Woman from Cassos,.

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Femme de l’isle de Chios (Γυναίκα από τη Χίο), Rome 1825. Alpha Bank Photographic Archive

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Femme de l’isle de Chios (Γυναίκα από τη Χίο), Rome 1825. Alpha Bank Photographic Archive

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Paysanne des environs d’Athènes en habit de fête (Χωρική με γιορτινή φορεσιά Αττικής), Costumes et usages des peuples de la Grèce moderne, Rome 1825. Alpha Bank Photographic Arcive, Athens

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Paysanne des environs d’Athènes en habit de fête (Χωρική με γιορτινή φορεσιά Αττικής), Costumes et usages des peuples de la Grèce moderne, Rome 1825. Alpha Bank Photographic Arcive, Athens

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort ‘Candiotes’ (‘Women of Candia’ [Iraklion, Crete]), 1817 © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece. It shows two women wearing dresses. One of the dresses hangs loosely from the shoulders; the other comes up to just below the bust. Under the dress, the women are wearing a wide-sleeved chemise which may also be considered a variant of the Cretan dresses with embroidered hems

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort ‘Candiotes’ (‘Women of Candia’ [Iraklion, Crete]), 1817 © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece It shows two women wearing long dresses. One of the dresses.

Life in Constantinople, Christians returning from Church (engraving) Bridgeman Images

Greek Orthodox believers of Istanbul return to their homes from church.

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Paysanne des environs d’Athènes (Χωρική με φορεσιά Αττικής), Costumes et usages des peuples de la Grèce moderne, Rome 1825. Alpha Bank Photographic Archive

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Paysanne des environs d’Athènes (Χωρική με φορεσιά Αττικής), Costumes et usages des peuples de la Grèce moderne, Rome Alpha Bank Photographic Archive

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