Photograph (black and white); numerous people, dressed in regional costume, gathered outdoors celebrating a church festival; some people holding each other by the hand, dancing the Kolo dance; men standing in the background; Balkans.
Gelatin silver print
- Photographed in: Balkans
- Height: 12.6 centimetres
- Width: 17.7 centimetres
Inscription Positionback of image
Inscription CommentPencil, handwritten.
Related images: Eu-A1-1 through 827 are all the same collection. Eu-A2-53 and 54 are the same image.
Bibliography: This image relates to Durham's work in Balkans 1910-1913, a written account of which can be found in: Durham, M. E. 1914. "The struggle for Scutari (Turk, Slav and Albanian)". London: Edward Arnold.
PicDoc 293: The Durham list in the associated PicDoc, compiled by George Sweatman (ca 1997), bears the inscription "Kolo, Montenegrin. Church Festival, Cajina (?)".
Content context: Kolo is a collective folk dance, danced by Serbs, Bosniaks and Croats equally.
- Topographic representation of: Balkans
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- F.N.964 (British Museum negative number)
- M.M.034294/39 (Museum of Mankind print number)
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Object reference number: EPF113059
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