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[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Andrinople (Edirne), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Andrinople (Edirne), Ottoman Empire]

 
 
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Summary

(1) Muslim horseman of Fèlibè (Plodiv); (2) Bulgarian of Koyountèpè; and (3) Bulgarian of Ahi Tchèlèbi.
Ahi Tchèlèbi and Koyuntepe are outside of Plodiv, Bulgaria.
Title devised by Library staff.
French caption: Andrinople: Figure 3 [i.e. 1]: Cavalier musulman de Fèlibè; Figure 2: Bulgare de Koyountèpè; Figure 3: Bulgare de Ahi Tchèlèbi.
Caption also in Ottoman Turkish.
Part I, plate VIII.
Illus. in: Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873 / Hamdy bey ... et Marie de Launay ... phototypie de Sébah. Constantinople : Imprimerie du "Levant Times & Shipping Gazette," 1873. Part I, plate VIII (opp. p. 40).

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Date

01/01/1873
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Contributors

Sébah, Pascal, 1823-1886, photographer
Osman Hamdi Bey, 1842-1910, author
Launay, Marie de, author
place

Location

Plovdiv (Bulgaria)42.15000, 24.75000
Google Map of 42.15, 24.75
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