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Portrait of a Kurdish lady from Sivas, in festive costume, ca. 1875.   Clothing style: traditional, urban, well-to-do.  Photographer: Sebah Pascal.

Portrait of a Kurdish lady from Sivas, in festive costume, ca. Clothing style: traditional, urban, well-to-do.

Girr (Tel) Keppe, one of the largest Kurdish-Chaldean Catholic towns in Mesopotamia, is located in the Ninawa Governorate in less than 8 miles North East of Mosul (Nineveh) in Southern Kurdistan.

Girr (Tel) Keppe, one of the largest Kurdish-Chaldean Catholic towns in Mesopotamia, is located in the Ninawa Governorate in less than 8 miles North East of Mosul (Nineveh) in Southern Kurdistan.

Ottoman kurdish cavalry soldier from Djoulamerk with a pistol tucked into a silahlik (weapons belt), and holding a kilij sword. From:Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873, 74 photographic plates by Pascal Sebah, published by the Imperial Ottoman Commission for the "Exposition Universelle" of Vienna in 1873.

Ottoman kurdish cavalry soldier from Djoulamerk with a pistol tucked into a silahlik (weapons belt), and holding a kilij sword. From:Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873, 74 photographic plates by Pascal Sebah, published by the Imperial Ottoman Commission for the "Exposition Universelle" of Vienna in 1873.

Kurdish Man from Eastern kurdistan  in festive traditional Attire.

Kurdish Man from Eastern kurdistan in festive traditional Attire.

old man at Lalish - Yazidis venerate depictions of Serpents, this one carved into the doorway is covered in soot.

Yazidi religious leader at the entrance to the Yazidi temple at Lalish, Iraq.

A young member of the Kurdish nobility, established in Saloniki. Late 19th century.

A young member of the Kurdish nobility, established in Saloniki.

Kurdish lady in festive outfit.  From northern-Syria.  Late-Ottoman era, ca. 1900.

Kurdish lady in festive outfit. From northern-Syria. Late-Ottoman era, ca.

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