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Twelve Kings in Sharakhai

This is a board I'm using to collect inspirational and representative images for my current work in progress, a novel called Twelve Kings in Sharakhai.


Twelve Kings in Sharakhai

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Swords and Antique Weapons for Sale - International

Swords and Antique Weapons for Sale

swordsantiqueweapons.com

Swords and Antique Weapons for Sale - International

Swords and Antique Weapons for Sale

swordsantiqueweapons.com

Princess by ReneAigner on DeviantArt

Turkish Coat

Research Dumping Grounds: Garb/Clothing Archives

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Allegra Hicks

Turkish i64.servimg.com/...

15th century Turkish Women's Clothing

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14th century kamiz - This is a Mongolian/Persian undershirt. - In the early 2000s, an auction house that specializes in Islamic art and antiquities put the garment below up for auction. The garment is in private hands, so all we have is the auction listing with photos and a description. To my knowledge, no historical costumer has had the opportunity to examine the garment in person (Copyright Sara Kuehn)

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Bag - Balkan or Near Eastern, 19th century, embroidered wool

Bag | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

mfa.org

ghawazee clothing | Also, I completely adore this costume from The Kingdom of Heaven:

Ottoman Steampunk

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Safavid Jacket - Safavid Period, Persia - 16th century - velvet on gold-brocade ground

Touareg

In the name of God. #Arabic #Calligraphy #Design

Real Language Taught By Real People

openlanguage.com

Reconstruction attempt of a Tatar male costume, 15th - 17th century.

Mali

Gorgeous henna

henna

Hijab

Yesss.

Sand Ninja - Boss by ~Tervola on deviantART

Sand Ninja - Boss by Tervola on DeviantArt

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desert people - Tuareg...mom travelled with them in morocco....the end of the nomads.....losing their seasonal lands as populations grow and children lose interest in the lifestyle ....

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Bedouin Camp, Egypt Photograph by Matt Moyer, National Geographic Simple bread called feteer helps feed Bedouin families in a squatters’ camp near Naama Bay at the southern tip of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. Drought has pushed tribes down from the mountains to seek work, but many Bedouin men remain jobless in a country that has never embraced desert-dwelling tribes.

Nomad Photos -- National Geographic

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The World of Aerys > Gael'Dar

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Inside Days: Pathfinder - Osirion, Legacy of The Pharaohs

Inside Days: Pathfinder - Osirion, Legacy of The Pharaohs

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