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Habit of a Tartarian lady. Dame Tartare.
Habit of a lady of Poland. Dame Polonoise.
Habit of a lady of quality in France. Demoiselle Francoise.
Habit of a lady of Naples. Fille de Naples.
Habit of a nobleman of Rome. Ancien noble Romain.
Habit of a noble virgin of Naples. Fille Naples.
Habit of a lady of Bologna. Dame de Bolonge.
Habit of a Grecian woman of the Island of Metylene in 1581. Grecque de l'Isle de Metelin.
Habit of a Moor of Arabia. Maure d'Arabie.
Habit of a lady of Ischia, an island in the Gulf of Naples. Fille de l'Isle d'Ischia le Golfe de Naples.
Habit of an Arabian soldier. Soldat Arabe.
Habit of a woman of Fez in Africa. Africaine de Fez.
Habit of a merchant of Dantzic. Marchand de Dantzic.
Habit of a Polish merchant. Merchand Polonois.
Habit of a lady of quality in France. Dame Françoise.
Habit of a lady of Padua. Fille de Padoue.
Habit of a Spanish lady of quality in 1700. Dame Espagnolle.
Habit of a gentleman of Spain. Espagnol.
Dames Italiennes, 1572. (De l'ouvrage d'Hans Weigel.)
XVIe siecle. Dames de France et D'Allemagne. D'apr[res] Holbein, Weigel, Joos de Boscher, etc. Suissesse. 1530-40. Allemande. 1560-80. Venitienne. 1580-85. Parisienne. 1580-90.
Habit of a lady of Silesia in 1577. Dame de Silésie.
Habit of a German nobleman in 1577. Noble Allemand.
Habit of an English nobleman in 1577. Noble Anglais.
Habit of a Swiss Magistrate in 1577. Magistrat Suisse.
Habit of a noble matron of England in 1577. Noble matrone d'Angleterre.
Habit of a Russian merchant in 1577. Marchand Russe.
Habit of a Moscovian officer in 1577. Officier Russe.
Habit of a Swedish lady of quality in 1577. Dame de qualite de Suedé.
Habit of a lady of Livonia in 1577. Dame Livonienne.
Habit of an English man in 1577. Anglois en 1577.
Bridal habit of a Swiss lady in 1577. Habit de noce d'une Dame Suisse.
Habit of a lady or Nuremberg in 1577. Fille de Nuremberg.
Habit of a matron of Swabia in 1577. Matrone de Souabe.
Boluch-Bassi chef Janissaire, tiré de l'hist[oire] des Turc, de Chalcondyle archer Turc en 1572, d'aprés l'ouvrage de Hans Weigel autres Janissaires, d'ap[rès] des miniatures. XVIe siècle, costumes militaires, infanterie, Orient.