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TARBUSH (Arab tarbush)

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Originally appearing in Volume V26, Page 417 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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TARBUSH (Arab tarbush), the close-fitting, flat-topped and brimless cap, in shape like a truncated cone, made of felt or cloth, worn by Mahommedan men throughout the East either as a separate headgear or forming the inner part of the turban. It is worn as the badge of a Turkish subject in Turkey and Egypt, where it is red in colour with a black or blue silk tassel. It is the same as the " fez " (see the plate illustrations to INDIA: § Indian Costume).
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GABRIEL TARDE (1843–1904)

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