Eight Moroccan Berbers in a “Arab” dress styles of gandoura and burnous.
The tribes of eastern Morocco, such as the Ain Atta, wore a form of dress much like the Chaamba Arabs of the Sahara Desert. The gandoura is a lightweight traditional garment worn with or without the burnous, which is a woolen cloak favored by Saharan tribes and Arabs in both Morocco and Algeria.
These are suitable for any conflicts from the late 19th century to the Rif War in the early 20th century.
Eight figures, 4 each of the two figures shown.