excerpt from 'Travels in the two Sicilies Volume 1' pp. 117 (49 words)

excerpt from 'Travels in the two Sicilies Volume 1' pp. 117 (49 words)

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Travels in the two Sicilies Volume 1

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The Neapolitan girls dance to the snapping of their fingers and the beat of a tambourine, and whirl their petticoats about them. With greater elegance in the position, and more airiness in the flow of the drapery, striking likenesses of them may be found among the paintings of Herculaneum.

 

The Neapolitan girls dance to the snapping of their fingers and the beat of a tambourine, and whirl their petticoats about them. With greater elegance in the position, and more airiness in the flow of the drapery, striking likenesses of them may be found among the paintings of Herculaneum.

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