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Topic: oriental album

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Abyssian costume, etc.
Berberi playing on the kisirka
Nubian and a fellah
Abâbdeh riding dromedaries
Nubian females, Kanoosee tribe
Janissary and merchant
Young Arab girl returning from the bath
Warrior from Amhàra
Habesh or Abyssinian slave
Fellah dressed in the hàbá
Negedi horse, Arabia
Women of middle Egypt
Camels resting in the Shekiyeh
Peasant dwellings, Upper Egypt
Arnaout and Osmanli [...]
Egyptian lady in the harem
Abyssinian priest and warrior
Ghawazi, or dancing girls.
Arab sheikh smoking
Fellahs, a man and women
Kâfileh with camel bearing the Hodejh
Bedouins from the vicinity of Suez
Female fellah
Niram or regular troops
Wahabs with an Azam Arab
Armenian Lady (At Home)
Turkish Lady of Rank (At Home)
Jewish Marriage
Turkish Cavass (Police Officer)
Turkish Scribe
Armenian Ladies (At Home)
Jewish  Merchant
Armenian Bride
Turkish and Armenian Ladies Abroad
List of illustrations
Circassian Warrior
Bandit Chief
Turkish Woman (Unveiled)
Armenian Piper
Druse Girl
The Oriental Album by H. J. Van-Lennep
Gypsy Fortune-Telling
A Turkish Effendi
Armenian Marriage Procession
Armenian Peasant Woman
Albanian Guard

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