Zeibekiko (Greek: Ζεϊμπέκικο) is a Greek folk dance The name is derived from Zeibek warriors of Anatolia.The dance is of free choreographic structure. Although in older times the dance was danced by a pair of either the same or opposite sex, it has been evolved a solo dance strictly masculine... Occasionally dancers perform feats such as standing on a glass of wine or a chair or fireplace, or picking up a table, adding a sense of a little braggadocio and humor.
Homme et femme de l'ile de Lemnos (man and woman from Lemnos island). European traditional costumes. A journey into the ancient European traditions through these beautiful watercoloured engravings... taken from "Petit voyageur en Europe", Paris, Langlumé et Peltier, 1833