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A group of ‘Efe’ (or: ‘Zeybek’) from the Izmir-Aydın region, in traditional outfit.  Late-Ottoman era, 1860-1880.  The ‘Efe / Zeybek’ were the 18th-19th century people’s militia of the Aegean coastal area, who sometimes turned themselves into professional brigands.

A group of ‘Efe’ (or: ‘Zeybek’) from the Izmir-Aydın region, in traditional outfit. Late-Ottoman era, 1860-1880. The ‘Efe / Zeybek’ were the 18th-19th century people’s militia of the Aegean coastal area, who sometimes turned themselves into professional brigands.

An ‘Efe’ (or: ‘Zeybek’) from the Izmir region, in traditional outfit.  Late-Ottoman era, 1860-1880.  The ‘Efe / Zeybek’ were the 18th-19th century people’s militia of the Aegean coastal area, who sometimes turned themselves into professional brigands.

An ‘Efe’ (or: ‘Zeybek’) from the Izmir region, in traditional outfit. Late-Ottoman era, 1860-1880. The ‘Efe / Zeybek’ were the 18th-19th century people’s militia of the Aegean coastal area, who sometimes turned themselves into professional brigands.

Ottoman Zeybeks (Zeibek / Ziebek). Zeybecks were irregular militia and guerrilla fighters living in the Aegean Region of the Ottoman Empire from late 17th to early 20th centuries, of Thracian origin.

Ottoman Zeybeks (Zeibek / Ziebek). Zeybecks were irregular militia and guerrilla fighters living in the Aegean Region of the Ottoman Empire from late 17th to early 20th centuries, of Thracian origin.

A Yakut shaman from the district of Verchne-Kolymsk. Note the fringe or veil obscuring the shaman's eyes. 


Photo: Lissner - Man, God and Magic

A Yakut shaman from the district of Verchne-Kolymsk. Note the fringe or veil obscuring the shaman's eyes. Photo: Lissner - Man, God and Magic

Bu fotoğraf karesinde bulunan Zeybek : Demirci Mehmet Efe'nin Baş Kızanı ''Zurnacı Ali Efe''dir.(Pharyah)

Bu fotoğraf karesinde bulunan Zeybek : Demirci Mehmet Efe'nin Baş Kızanı ''Zurnacı Ali Efe''dir.(Pharyah)

Shaman clothing of the Yakuts (Sakha: Саха, Sakha) Turkic people which mainly inhabit the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic. The Yakut or Sakha language belongs to the Siberian branch of the Turkic languages. And mainly live in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in the Russian Federation.

Shaman clothing of the Yakuts (Sakha: Саха, Sakha) Turkic people which mainly inhabit the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic. The Yakut or Sakha language belongs to the Siberian branch of the Turkic languages. And mainly live in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in the Russian Federation.

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