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Egyptian female
Berberi playing on the kisirka
Nubian females, Kanoosee tribe
Young Arab girl returning from the bath
Habesh or Abyssinian slave
Women of middle Egypt
Peasant dwellings, Upper Egypt
Egyptian lady in the harem
Female fellah
Danseuse.
Date merchant.
Femmes arabes sur baudets.
Women on horse-drawn cart.
Fellahines.
Sleeves
Materials, embroidery
Blouses
Coats
Coiffures
Jewels, adomments
Fashionable ladies
Dresses
Fashionable ladies
Garments
Shoes, skirts, aprons
Coiffures
Shoes, aprons, collars
Fashionable ladies
Skirts, trouser, draperies
Garments, ornaments
Sleeves
Skirts, tunics, ornaments.

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