Ancient Greek terracotta statuette of a dancing maenad, 3rd century BC, from Taranto.
Bronislava Nijinska in ’Petrouchka’ (Ballets russes de Diaghilev), 1911 -Attributed to Eugène Atget [Nijinska was the first woman choregrapher in the history of dance] from ATE
A Brief History of Ballet
History of Tango, Milonga, Cha cha, Disco, Foxtrot, Flamenco, Hustle, Jazz, Mambo, Merengue, Polka, Rumba, Samba, Salsa, Swing, Waltz, Western.
Geisha performing Traditional Japanese Dance with Fan
Dancing is historically entwined with many cultures around the world. Here, 17th century Persian women dance in a ceremony in Iran.
The History of Ballet Shoes #infographic #infografía
STIRRING PASSIONS by Maggi Andersen: The History of Dance Cards and Aide Memoirs
Veiled dancer, ancient Greek terracotta figurine from Myrina, ca. 150–100 BC. Louvre Museum
19th Century Etiquette of Dancing, Ballroom; this website is a historical fiction writers research blog - very interesting