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South Asia/Indian subcontinent : Tharu people                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

South Asia/Indian subcontinent : Tharu people Plus

From old postcard: "Fez Cordon Bleu slave" From : Les femmes du Maroc d’antan ou l’incarnation de la puissance féminine

From old postcard: "Fez Cordon Bleu slave" From : Les femmes du Maroc d’antan ou l’incarnation de la puissance féminine

Africa |  Morocco.  Postcard image dated 1972, shows women from Tata (a town in Morocco, situated on the Sahara plain, close to the Algerian border and the mountain range Anti Atlas at the foot of Jebel Bani.)

Africa | Morocco. Postcard image dated 1972, shows women from Tata (a town in Morocco, situated on the Sahara plain, close to the Algerian border and the mountain range Anti Atlas at the foot of Jebel Bani.)

ETHIOPIE, 2014- William Ropp

ETHIOPIE, 2014- William Ropp

Africa | Morocco, Haut Atlas, Imilchil, young Berber girl of Ait Haddidou tribe during the Wedding Moussem (festival)   | © Hemis.fr

Africa | Morocco, Haut Atlas, Imilchil, young Berber girl of Ait Haddidou tribe during the Wedding Moussem (festival) | © Hemis.fr

.Africa | Young Berber woman from the Ait Hadiddu tribe, Morocco | © Angela Fisher

.Africa | Young Berber woman from the Ait Hadiddu tribe, Morocco | © Angela Fisher

Tamazight de la zona de Khenifra (Moyen Atlas): Ait Sgougou o Zayane. Fotógrafo…

Tamazight de la zona de Khenifra (Moyen Atlas): Ait Sgougou o Zayane. Fotógrafo…

Africa | Ait Wanougdal woman. ca. 1930s/40s | From a series of images uploaded by the 'Tiwizi Association Berbero Suisse' that have been scanned from either J.Robichez (1946), "Central Morocco," Editions B. Arthaud, Grenoble-Paris OR from the publication G. Camp (2002), "The Berbers. Memory and Identity," Wandering Editions, Paris

Africa | Ait Wanougdal woman. ca. 1930s/40s | From a series of images uploaded by the 'Tiwizi Association Berbero Suisse' that have been scanned from either J.Robichez (1946), "Central Morocco," Editions B. Arthaud, Grenoble-Paris OR from the publication G. Camp (2002), "The Berbers. Memory and Identity," Wandering Editions, Paris

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