Shafiqah The Copt, the most famous and richest Ghazia of Old Egypt
A Showman's wagon, used for accommodation and transportation
Egyptian group of Ghawazi dancers(c. 1880)
Sinti Romanies in the Rhineland, 1935
Postcard photograph of two dancing girls posing in a dance costume with the name of "Egyptian types and scenes'' (c. 1900).
Two Jenische in Muotathal, Switzerland, ca. 1890
A khawal slave (dancing boy) dressed in a female dancing costume (c. 1870).

There are a number of traditionally itinerant or travelling groups in Europe who are known as "Travellers" or "Gypsies".

- Itinerant groups in Europe

They first started as few Egyptian Domari who refused to dance for free unlike the common habit among all Egypt, then the idea got extensively practiced and got developed among rural Egyptians or Fellahin, who also developed a more rural and traditional style accompanied by rural Egyptian songs and the colorful dresses of the Fellahin and became a theme of rural Egypt.

- Ghawazi

They used to be with other traditionally itinerant ethnic groups originating from India: the Rom and Lom people.

- Doms (Romani)

Among the various Domari subgroups, they were initial part of Ghawazi (Al Ghawazi- Al Ghagar) whom were known for their dancing and music business.

- Doms (Romani)

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