The Sultan Guard (ca. 1880 CE Javanese Warrior, Yogyakarta, Java)

Bodyguard of Hamengkoe Boewono VI, sultan of Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Devi Dja, 1940 The Pavlova of the Orient from Devi Dja’s Bali & Javanese Cultural Dancers book

Devi Dja “The Pavlova of the Orient” From “Devi Dja’s Bali & Javanese Cultural Dancers” Souvenir Book, Nicolas Editions Artistiques, Paris,

A Javanese prince with two servants (c. 1865-1870) Tropenmuseum

A Rare Historical Look At Old Indonesia - 25 Photos Taken Pre-1920

During the rise of VOC (Dutch East India Company) power starting in the century, many Javanese were exiled, enslaved or hired as mercenaries to Dutch colonies of Ceylon in South Asia and the Cape colony in South Africa.

A teenager in Java wearing traditional Javanese attire: blangkon headgear, batik sarong and kris as accessory. 1913.

COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Een jonge Javaan te Semarang Java 1913 - Java - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A teenager in Java wearing traditional Javanese attire: blangkon headgear, batik sarong and kris as accessory.

Balinese Dancer Devi Dja

Balinese Dancer Devi Dja Performing

Prins Poeroebojo, majoor van de generale staf en broer van de kroonprins van Yogyakarta

Prins Poeroebojo, majoor van de generale staf en broer van de kroonprins van Yogyakarta

Women in a small batik workshop in Java (c.1915) Collection Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam

Women in a small batik workshop in Java Collection Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam

Danse Wajang Topeng vers 1870 . Een Wajang Topeng danseres. The costumes, jewelry and story, often reflects or based on Hindu epic tales of Ramayana and Mahabharata. Javanese dance is usually associated with courtly, refined and sophisticated culture of the Javanese kratons, such as the bedhaya and srimpi dance. However, in a wider sense, Javanese dance also includes the dances of Javanese commoners and villagers such as ronggeng, tayub, reog, and Kuda Lumping.

Danse Wajang Topeng vers 1870 . Een Wajang Topeng danseres. The costumes, jewelry and story, often reflects or based on Hindu epic tales of Ramayana and Mahabharata. Javanese dance is usually associated with courtly, refined and sophisticated culture of the Javanese kratons, such as the bedhaya and srimpi dance. However, in a wider sense, Javanese dance also includes the dances of Javanese commoners and villagers such as ronggeng, tayub, reog, and Kuda Lumping.

COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Portret van Raden Ajeng Kartini

Raden Ayu Kartini, April 1879 – 17 September or sometimes known as Raden Ajeng Kartini, was a prominent Javanese and an Indonesian national heroine. Kartini was a pioneer in the area of women's rights for Indonesians.

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