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Ottoman Laze, their territory, Lazistan, was part of the former kingdom of Pont and the small Byzantine empire of Trebizond. Shown with a Black Sea yatagan (laz bichaq) and a rifle. From:Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873, 74 photographic plates by Pascal Sebah, published by the Imperial Ottoman Commission for the "Exposition Universelle" of Vienna in 1873.

Ottoman Laze, their territory, Lazistan, was part of the former kingdom of Pont and the small Byzantine empire of Trebizond. Shown with a Black Sea yatagan (laz bichaq) and a rifle. From:Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873, 74 photographic plates by Pascal Sebah, published by the Imperial Ottoman Commission for the "Exposition Universelle" of Vienna in 1873.

Five Chechen men dressed in the chokha male dress of the Caucasus, late 19th century

Five Chechen men dressed in the chokha male dress of the Caucasus, late 19th century

Cáucaso, bacia do rio :Kuban, cossaco ucraniano.

Cáucaso, bacia do rio :Kuban, cossaco ucraniano.

Georgian mountaineer soldier from 19th century

Georgian mountaineer soldier from 19th century

http://www.circassiandiaspora.com/index.php/ekstra/kafkas-resimleri/image.raw?type=orig=732

http://www.circassiandiaspora.com/index.php/ekstra/kafkas-resimleri/image.raw?type=orig=732

Sheikh Imam Shamil. (1797 – March 1871) was an Avar political and religious leader of the Muslim tribes of the Northern Caucasus. He was a leader of anti-Russian resistance in the Caucasian War and was the third Imam of the Caucasian Imamate (1834–1859).

Sheikh Imam Shamil. (1797 – March 1871) was an Avar political and religious leader of the Muslim tribes of the Northern Caucasus. He was a leader of anti-Russian resistance in the Caucasian War and was the third Imam of the Caucasian Imamate (1834–1859).

Ingush warrior

Ingush warrior

Circassian chieftain The Interminable, Everlasting Lincolns (Part 3) - NYTimes.com

Circassian chieftain The Interminable, Everlasting Lincolns (Part 3) - NYTimes.com

Circassian national costume & weapons, 19th century. Provenance: The Smithsonian Institution, USA.

Circassian national costume & weapons, 19th century. Provenance: The Smithsonian Institution, USA.

OTTOMAN QIBLA COMPASS, 18-19TH CENTURY (A Brass-mounted Wood Qibla Compass depicting the Holy Places, signed by ‘al-‘Abd Qahri, Istanbul) Bir Osmanlı Kıble Pusuları, 18-19. YY

OTTOMAN QIBLA COMPASS, 18-19TH CENTURY (A Brass-mounted Wood Qibla Compass depicting the Holy Places, signed by ‘al-‘Abd Qahri, Istanbul) Bir Osmanlı Kıble Pusuları, 18-19. YY