Identity and origins:
Portrait of Katharina "Rosa" Botsaris, daughter of Markos Botsaris by Joseph Stieler in 1841.
A painting by Ary Scheffer (1795 - 1858), "The women, entrapped, turned towards the steep cliff. It was December 16, 1803 when the dance began. As the enemy charged against them, the women one-by-one threw their children from the cliff before jumping after them themselves. The decision: to choose death over enslavement" (1827 - Oil on canvas, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France).
Souliotes in traditional costume. Oil painting by Eugene Delacroix 1824 - 1825; Louvre Museum, France.
Antonopoulou (akin to the Botsaris clan; from Vervitsa/Tropaia)
Kapralaioi (resettled in Messenia)
Setaioi (resettled in Messenia)
Douskaioi (resettled in Messenia)
Dentaioi (resettled in Messenia)
Tzavaraioi (resettled in Arcadia)