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Urban Apparel from Ioannina. Stately costume of the 18th century. Belonged to Kyra Frosini, legendary lady of Ioannina. Cat 1379

Urban Apparel from Ioannina. Stately costume of the 18th century. Belonged to Kyra Frosini, legendary lady of Ioannina. Cat 1379

Στις 26 Μαρτίου του 1940 πεθαίνει ο Σπύρος Λούης, νικητής του Μαραθώνιου Αγώνα στους Ολυμπιακούς Αγώνες του 1896.

Στις 26 Μαρτίου του 1940 πεθαίνει ο Σπύρος Λούης, νικητής του Μαραθώνιου Αγώνα στους Ολυμπιακούς Αγώνες του 1896.

Traditional , Cretan musician, Antonis Martsakis. "Never forget the lands you come from. A tree has no value if it doesn't have roots".

Traditional , Cretan musician, Antonis Martsakis. "Never forget the lands you come from. A tree has no value if it doesn't have roots".

Ensemble       19th or early 20th century      Macedonian Greece       linen, cotton, wool

Ensemble 19th or early 20th century Macedonian Greece linen, cotton, wool

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume of the Karagouni, Thessaly, Greece

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume of the Karagouni, Thessaly, Greece

#85 - Peasant Woman's Dress (Cyprus, Karpaci)

#85 - Peasant Woman's Dress (Cyprus, Karpaci)

Ρουμλούκι περιοχή του βορειοανατολικού τμήματος της πεδιάδας της Ημαθίας.Κάλυμμα της κεφαλής, «κατσούλι».

Ρουμλούκι περιοχή του βορειοανατολικού τμήματος της πεδιάδας της Ημαθίας.Κάλυμμα της κεφαλής, «κατσούλι».

Tsevres from Thrace - stylized poppies and tulips Silk thread and silver wire on cotton - Counted thread and satin stitches

Tsevres from Thrace - stylized poppies and tulips Silk thread and silver wire on cotton - Counted thread and satin stitches

Costume of Nicosia, "sa'rka". Late 19th Century.  Collection of the Cyprus Folk Art Museum.

Costume of Nicosia, "sa'rka". Late 19th Century. Collection of the Cyprus Folk Art Museum.

Of the various forms of Greek folk and popular arts, the category of attire presents the most regional differentiation. Traditional Greek costume was self-contained social entity that operated on multiple sociological levels (practical, aesthetic, signifying, symbolic) and could communicate the individual’s socioeconomic standing, along with age and marital status...

Of the various forms of Greek folk and popular arts, the category of attire presents the most regional differentiation. Traditional Greek costume was self-contained social entity that operated on multiple sociological levels (practical, aesthetic, signifying, symbolic) and could communicate the individual’s socioeconomic standing, along with age and marital status...

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