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Ottoman Empire Hats

Ottoman Empire Hats

Rus helmet, 17 c. Used by Ermak - conqueror of Siberia, the Russian commander of Tsar Ivan the Terrible

Rus helmet, 17 c. Used by Ermak - conqueror of Siberia, the Russian commander of Tsar Ivan the Terrible

Janissary, ottoman.

Janissary, ottoman.

Turkish costumes Ottoman Empire. Ottoman women street costume. Clothing of Sultana, Sultan and Turkish dancer. Turkish military. Janissaries clothing.

Turkish costumes Ottoman Empire. Ottoman women street costume. Clothing of Sultana, Sultan and Turkish dancer. Turkish military. Janissaries clothing.

Portrait of Sultan Selim II (1512-1520) at archery pratice. The miniature dates from the 1560s and is the work of the famous painter Nigari. The sultan is wearing a kaftan with a design of tulips and small red flowers in a medallion pattern, over a robe with a floral scrollwork design. Miniature painting.   TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM.

Portrait of Sultan Selim II (1512-1520) at archery pratice. The miniature dates from the 1560s and is the work of the famous painter Nigari. The sultan is wearing a kaftan with a design of tulips and small red flowers in a medallion pattern, over a robe with a floral scrollwork design. Miniature painting. TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM.

Janissary head dress, Ottoman, c. 17th century. (National Museum Copenhagen).

Janissary head dress, Ottoman, c. 17th century. (National Museum Copenhagen).

Ottoman helmet of a Janissary corporal. Height 32.5 cm, weight 1554 g. Dresden State Art Collections.

Ottoman helmet of a Janissary corporal. Height 32.5 cm, weight 1554 g. Dresden State Art Collections.

Ottoman Turban, 2nd half of 16th c. The pleated red velvet part is called külah - as it was in Persia. The ensemble - kulah and turban - were in the estate of Archduke Ferdinand II from 1596.

Ottoman Turban, 2nd half of 16th c. The pleated red velvet part is called külah - as it was in Persia. The ensemble - kulah and turban - were in the estate of Archduke Ferdinand II from 1596.

Levni

Levni

Sipahi or Siphi (heavy cavalry) constituted the principal part of the mounted force of the empire and were chiefly raised in the Asiatic provinces: they were excellent horsemen, and were variously equipped, but the lance was generally their principal weapon, the use of which they were very expert: they were divided into sixteen legions, and in the early ages of the Ottoman empire, prior to the institution of the Janizaries, they were considered as its principal strength.

Sipahi or Siphi (heavy cavalry) constituted the principal part of the mounted force of the empire and were chiefly raised in the Asiatic provinces: they were excellent horsemen, and were variously equipped, but the lance was generally their principal weapon, the use of which they were very expert: they were divided into sixteen legions, and in the early ages of the Ottoman empire, prior to the institution of the Janizaries, they were considered as its principal strength.

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