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Cesare Vecellio, Ambroise Firmin-Didot. Habiti antichi et moderni di tutto il mundo. P.459
 

 

 

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Italiano: A Georgia è paese sterile, habitato da cbristiani, i quali vivono poveramente per baver il paese pieno di monti et di boschi. Hanno le case di legno, et sono senza troppe creanze. Gli huomini ,et le donne vestono alla persiana, ma alquanto più positivamente. Portano in capo una berretta che di fuora via ha una fodera di pelli di martori, la quale si vede, per esser riversata all' insuso, et dentro é foderata di pelli di agnellini ricci ; dalla qual berretta pende un cappuccio fatto á guisa di manica, ó pur corno, che gli arriva fino alle spalle. Hanno una veste ó casacca lunga fino á mezza; gamba, la quale se l' incrocia al fianco destro, et é di seta, ó d' altre tele vergate fatte et tessute a liste. Vanno armati d' arco et di faretra, con la scimitarra alla turchesca, et usano portar in mano certe armi d' haste corte, dette zagaglie.
Français : A Géorgie, pays stérile, est habitée par des cbrétiens, qui vivent pauvrement á cause des montagnes et des forêts qu'on voit partout. Le peuple, assez grossier, a pour abri des maisons de bois. Les hommes, comme les femmes, s'habillent á la persane, mais d'une manière plus confortable. Les revers du bonnet sont fourrés de martre, et l'intérieur, de peaux d'agneaux á la laine frisée ; de ce bonnet pend un capuce en guise de corne ou de manche, qui tombe sur les épaules. Le vêtement, ou casaque de soie ou d'autre étoffe a raies, est long jusqu'a mi-jambe et se croise sur le flanc gauche. Ils sont armés de l'arc avec le carquois, du cimeterre turc et d'une lance courte appelée zagaie.

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Italiano: Habito di Georgiani
Français : Costume des habitants de la Géorgie
Date 1860(1860)
Source Cesare Vecellio, Ambroise Firmin-Didot. Habiti antichi et moderni di tutto il mundo, P. 459
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