Mullah Nasreddin Hodja

Mullah Nasreddin Hodja Also known as Ah Fan Ti

Cook of the Janissary corps. Ottoman empire historical clothing

The costume of Turkey. Officials and ethnic groups Described and illustrated by a series of engravings by Octavian Dalvimart.

An Ottoman Sipahi cavalryman on the right, and two Janissaries guards

An Ottoman Sipahi cavalryman on the right, and two Janissaries guards

Habit of an Ottoman lady of the grand seigniors seraglio, in the mid-16th century. Originally published in 1568 in Voyages and travels of N. de Nicholay Dauphinoys, seigneur D'Arfeville, valet de chambre and geographer to the king of France. (Photo credit: NYPL Digital Gallery)

Habit of an Ottoman lady of the grand seigniors seraglio, in the mid-16th century. Originally published in 1568 in Voyages and travels of N. de Nicholay Dauphinoys, seigneur D'Arfeville, valet de chambre and geographer to the king of France. (Photo credit: NYPL Digital Gallery)

osmanlı zamanında galata'da bir şekerci

A Candy Seller in Galata, Istanbul, Century (Bir Osmanlı Şekercisi)

Ottoman Turkish Uniforms WW1 History First World War Militaria Turkey Wargaming Military Insignia Uniform Crimea Crimean - Akinci Corps & Deli Cavalry (Janissary Period); 1860 Imperial Army Corps of Bashi-Bazouk

Ottoman Turkish Uniforms History First World War Militaria Turkey Wargaming Military Insignia Uniform Crimea Crimean - Akinci Corps & Deli Cavalry (Janissary Period); 1860 Imperial Army Corps of Bashi-Bazouk

Ottoman Soldiers, Spahis, Solaks, Dellis, Janissaries, 16-17th Century (Sipahiler, Solaklar, Deliler, Yeniçeriler)

Ottoman Soldiers, Spahis, Solaks, Dellis, Janissaries, 16-17th Century (Sipahiler, Solaklar, Deliler, Yeniçeriler)

The Costume of Turkey. Ottoman Empire 18th century.

Greek woman from Marmara island. Historical Ottoman Empire officials and ethnic groups. The costume of Turkey by Octavian Dalvimart.

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