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Constantinople, 1914 - Komitas Vartabed with his LOST CHOIR of 312 members.

Erzurum: a group of Armenian girls in their traditional dress (Source: H.F.B. Lynch, Armenia. Travels and Studies, Vol. II, London, 1901)

Erzurum: the female graduates of an Armenian school (Source: H. Hepworth, Through Armenia on Horseback, London, 1898)

Erzurum: the students of the Sanasarian School (Source: H.F.B. Lynch, Armenia. Travels and Studies, Vol. II, London, 1901)

Armenian Catholic Bishops in Jerusalem, 1880

Van: local Armenians (Source: P. Müller-Simonis, Du Caucase au Golfe Persique, à travers l’Arménie, le Kurdistan et la Mésopotamie, Washington D.C., 1892)

The island of Akhtamar/Akdamar and the monastery (Source: Walter Bachmann, Kirchen und Moscheen in Armenien und Kurdistan, Leipzig, 1913)

Van: Armenian woman (Source: P. Müller-Simonis, Durch Armenien, Kurdistan und Mesopotamien, Mainz, 1897)

Van castle (Van Kalesi) (Source: Henry Binder, Au Kurdistan, en Mésopotamie et en Perse, Paris, 1887)

Armenian women in Diyarbekir (Source: Hugo Grothe, Geographische Charakterbilder, Leipzig, 1909)

Diyarbekir: the Armenian Tufenkdji family (Source: Dzovig Torikian collection)

Diyarbekir: an Armenian woman (Source: Edmund Naumann, Vom Goldnen Horn zu d en Quellen des Euphrat, 1893, Leipzig)

Hot Springs near the town of Kars in Armenia (in Turkey, 1921) (L'Univers. Histoire et Description de tous les Peuples. Crimée, Circassie et Géorgie. Paris. the year 1838

The Church Of St. Mariam in Kars in 1920.

An elderly woman from the South-East of Armenia on the border with Persia. Picture of the turn of the 20th century. Museum of anthropology and ethnography (Kunstkamera) RAS, Saint-Petersburg.

Armenian from Sasun, near Lake Van. Picture of the turn of the 20th century.

Martiros Saryan with friends-students, 1904

Martiros Saryan in Egypt, 1911

Armenian family from Turkey. Drawing on photographs from the late 19th century.

Armenian family. Figure a. de Nëvillâ (a. de Neuville) photography Jany D′ëlafoj (Jane Dieulafoy, 1851-1916) for Le Tour du monde magazine, 1883.

The Church of Hovvi in the Ani. 1950. Today completely destroyed

The Church of Hovvi in the Ani. 1920. Today completely destroyed

Armenian Girl, Painting on Porcelain (19th century). The author is unknown.

Persians and Armenians from Baku. Persians are sitting while Armenians are standing.

Armenians from Vank.

Vank (Վանք) is a village in the South of the Republic of Armenia.

Armenian types and costumes (circa 1884).

An informal portrait of Armenian women (ca. May 1908, Urumiah, Persia). © Underwood &Amp Underwood/National Geographic Society/Corbis © Corbis

Shahnur Ushulian in national wedding costume, Afion-Garahisar, 1900.

Afyonkarahisar (Ancient Greek: Ακροϊνόν, Akroinοn or Νικόπολις, Nikopolis)

A man and Woman of Armenia. A book of national types and costumes from the early 19th century.

Abraham and Zarouhi Der Bedrosian Koutoujian, Marash, Cilician Armenia, Ottoman Empire, 1909; photo by Alexianos Uvezian.

A print of an early 18th century engraving by Le Hay of two Armenians from the nations of the Levant, within the Ottoman Empire.

Image by © Historical Picture Archive/CORBIS © Corbis.

Watercolour, An Armenian Woman, about 1816-1824, by William Page

Armenian woman from Karin. The author of this painting is Arshak Fetvadjian.

"The artist and art historian Arshak Abrahmi Fetvadjian was born in October 1866, at Trebizond (modern Trabzon), in the Ott

Another painting of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (28 June 1712 – 2 July 1778) in Armenian costume. This painting, attributed to Gérard, is in the Public and University library of Geneva.

Armenian woman from Kars.

A portrait of Karajian by Hakop Hovnatanian. The portrait was painted in 1830s-1840s.

Oil on canvas.
43 × 34 cm. Inv. No. 2756 III
This portrait is in the museum of oriental art in Moscow. It was received in 1941 from the Art Gallery of Armenia, Yerevan.

Portrait of Natali Teumian by Hakob Hovnatanian. This portrait, painted in 1830-1840s, is often referred to as "Armenian Mona Lisa".

Wife of a rich Armenian merchant from Tbilisi. This photo, taken at the time period 1882-1915, is from Ermakov's collection.

Wedding in the Eastern Armenia (end of 19th beginning of 20th centuries).

Another bright lady from Tbilisi, Zaruhi Gyulbenkyan. The photo is by Dmitriy Yermakov (1846 – November 10, 1916).

Armenian lady from Constantinople (1878).

Armenian woman from Shemakha in holiday dress (1870s).

Armenian aristocratic family from Shushi

This file is a reproduction from an image in the book "Armenia: Travels and Studies, Vol. 1" authored by Harry Finnis Blosse Lynch, London 1901. The image's title is "Five generations of an Armenian family". It has been reprinted in the book "Rebellenland" by Christopher de Bellaigue, Munich 2008 (Verlag C.H.Beck).

Armenian woman from Jerusalem. This photo was taken in 1890s.

Armenian dancing.

National Geographic, October 1915, Collection of Maggie Land Blanck.

Armenian girls representing different types of Armenian people, Constantinople, 1914.

National Geographic, October 1915, Collection of Maggie Land Blanck.

Armenian women (1881). Their costumes indicate that these ladies were supposedly from Karin (Erzroum).

An Armenian woman. The author of this painting is Charles Zacharie Landelle (1812-1909).

Armenian woman from Akhaltskha (Ախալցխա). The photo was taken by D.E. Nikitin in 1881.

FOR ARMENIANS FROM LEVANT: An Armenian man dressed in traditional marriage costume, accompanied by a boy holding a sabre. Captions in Italian and French. By Teodoro Viero (1740-1819), engraver and publisher from Venice.

A group of Armenian ladies from Akhaltskha (Ախալցխա).

Armenian women from Caucasus

Armenian Woman (1882) by Frederick Arthur Bridgman.

Armenian woman surrounded by textiles (late 19th century). From the costume of this woman one can conclude that she's most probably from Karin (Erzroum), Kars or Akhaltskha regions.

Armenian women in short jackets and straight skirts. Armenia. The Armenians. Photographer D.N. Yermakov. 1881.

From the costumes of the women one can conclude that they were from Trapizon area.

Armenian lady by Cornelis de Bruijn

Armenian bride from Sebastia.

Armenian woman from Banants.

Armenian woman from Syunik (Սյունիք). Syunik is the southernmost province (մարզ) of Republic of Armenian. The author of this painting is Eugene Lanceray.

Armenian women in the traditional costume of Artsakh (Karabakh) and the doll in the same costume.

Armenians from Agulis.

Armenian woman from Shemakha.

A rich Armenian woman from Tiflis (Tbilisi).

Armenian woman from Tbilisi.

Quince tree, Artvin, 1910 (Prokudin-Gorskii collection). Սերկևիլի ծառ Արդվինում, 1910 թ. (Պրոկուդին-Գորսկու հավաքածուից).

A street in Artvin, Artvin, 1910 (the Prokudin-Gorskii collection).

Armenian women from Kharberd.

Armenian priest Rev. Hagop Boyajyan, before the beginning of the battle against the Ottoman army. FC Kilikia, 1921 year.

A scene from the town of Urfa (Source: Christine Gardon collection)

An interior view of the Urfa Armenian cathedral. (Source: Christine Gardon collection)

Urfa’s Armenian Protestant church. Architect: Rev. Hagop Abuhhaiyatian (Source: Christine Gardon collection)

A scene from the Armenian quarter of Urfa, ca 1919-1920 (Source: photograph by Father Gabriel Bretocq, Archives départementales de l’Eure. Fonds Gabriel Bretocq)

The bridge and entrance to Urfa, ca 1919-1920 (Source: photograph by Father Gabriel Bretocq, Archives départementales de l’Eure. Fonds Gabriel Bretocq)

The town of Zeytun photographed in the rain (Source: W.J. Childs, Across Asia Minor on Foot, Edinburgh/London, 1917)

Zeytun photographed from the southern summit (Source: Hugo Grothe, Geographische Charakterbilder, Leipzig, 1909)

Zeytun (Source: Hugo Grothe, Geographische Charakterbilder, Leipzig, 1909)

Group photograph of Armenian orphans in Zeytun (Source: Ferdinand Brockes, Quer durch Klein-Asien, Gütersloh, 1900)

Zeytun: Baba Agha (on the left), one of the town’s Armenian notables, and his sons (Source: Ferdinand Brockes, Quer durch Klein-Asien, Gütersloh, 1900)

In a street in Zeytun (Source: Hugo Grothe, Geographische Charakterbilder, Leipzig, 1909)

Zeytun photographed from the south west (Source: Hugo Grothe, Geographische Charakterbilder, Leipzig, 1909)

Armenian woman from shemakha. Postcard: types of Caucasus Group Publisher: Scherer, Nabholz and collotype co., country: Russia period: up to 1905.

Width: 140 mm height: 90 mm