CORINTH GREECE - Peasants In Native Costume ca1900 Postcard

CORINTH GREECE - Peasants In Native Costume ca1900 Postcard

Albanian wool jelek or xhamadan vests, heavy white felt nearly completely covered in colorful soutache, cording and applique having small inside gingham pocket, late 19th c, back

Albanian wool jelek or xhamadan vests, heavy white felt nearly completely covered in colorful soutache, cording and applique having small inside gingham pocket, late c, back

Albanian Jelek

Albanian wool jelek or xhamadan vests, heavy white felt nearly completely covered in colorful soutache, cording and applique having small inside gingham pocket, late c

Selling Easter Candles and Fireworks in Piraeus Railway Station; Maynard Owen Williams; December 1930; National Geographic Magazine.

Kleingewerbe, um 1930

Selling Easter Candles and Fireworks in Piraeus Railway Station;

Κάτοικοι της Δημητσάνας με παραδοσιακές ενδυμασίες 1929. Francesco Pennila. PERILLA, F[rancesco]. Mistra. Histoires franques-byzantines-catalanes en Grèce = notes d’art et de voyages. Dessins-aquarelles-photogrohies de l’auteur, Αθήνα, Éditions Perilla [1929].

Κάτοικοι της Δημητσάνας με παραδοσιακές ενδυμασίες 1929. Francesco Pennila. PERILLA, F[rancesco]. Mistra. Histoires franques-byzantines-catalanes en Grèce = notes d’art et de voyages. Dessins-aquarelles-photogrohies de l’auteur, Αθήνα, Éditions Perilla [1929].

Evzones (Εύζωνες, Εύζωνοι) - Greek Presidential Guard (Προεδρική Φρουρά)

Evzones (Εύζωνες, Εύζωνοι) - Greek Presidential Guard (Προεδρική Φρουρά)

Postcard Griechenland, Paysan de Corinthe, Grieche in Tracht, Rock

Postcard Griechenland, Paysan de Corinthe, Grieche in Tracht, Rock

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens // photo from 1896 of a group of workmen digging at Corinth

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens // photo from 1896 of a group of workmen digging at Corinth

Venus Corlew-Bubeck Ο/Η Venus Corlew-Bubeck αποθήκευσε κάτι στον πίνακα ⟰ Greece-Folk Costumes, Jewelry & Medals Peloponnese: Corinth and Stymphalia "Two costumes from Corinthia and Stymphalia, Peloponnese of the same sartorial family worn before the middle of the 19th c. in all Peloponnese and central Greece. Each village bears a particular group of embroideries on all costume parts.

Two costumes from Corinthia and Stymphalia, Peloponnese of the same sartorial family worn before the middle of the c. in all Peloponnese and central Greece. Each village bears a particular group of embroideries on all costume parts.

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