Ottoman Miniatures

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Mimar Sinan'ı gösteren tek minyatür

Mimar Sinan'ı gösteren tek minyatür

One of the miniatures I see over and over again.

One of the miniatures I see over and over again.

Ottoman Solaks (sultans guards) and Peiks (messengers)

Ottoman Solaks (sultans guards) and Peiks (messengers)

Bayezid I, "The Thunderbolt," Routs the Crusaders at the Battle of Nicopolis, 1396-Hünernâme of 1588 by Lokman

Bayezid I, "The Thunderbolt," Routs the Crusaders at the Battle of Nicopolis, 1396-Hünernâme of 1588 by Lokman

Hagia Sophia-Ayasofya-The fire at Hagia Sophia, miniature from Turkish Memories, Cicogna Codex, Turkey 17th Century

Hagia Sophia-Ayasofya-The fire at Hagia Sophia, miniature from Turkish Memories, Cicogna Codex, Turkey 17th Century

"Ottoman Army Entering a City", Folio from a Divan of Mahmud `Abd al-Baqi Mahmud 'Abd-al Baqi (1526–1600)

"Ottoman Army Entering a City", Folio from a Divan of Mahmud `Abd al-Baqi Mahmud 'Abd-al Baqi (1526–1600)

Siege of Szigetvár 1566

Siege of Szigetvár 1566

Surname - Levni

Surname - Levni

Lağımcılar (The Miners) , who were in charge of digging supterranean mines and trenches to undermine enemy walls and cannon emplacements. Created under Murat II (15th century), the miners were in two divisions according to their means of support Jannisary attacks on fortified places, were attached to the Cebeci corps. On other hand, those attached to timars were organized under the command of the provincial armies to support their campaigns.

Lağımcılar (The Miners) , who were in charge of digging supterranean mines and trenches to undermine enemy walls and cannon emplacements. Created under Murat II (15th century), the miners were in two divisions according to their means of support Jannisary attacks on fortified places, were attached to the Cebeci corps. On other hand, those attached to timars were organized under the command of the provincial armies to support their campaigns.

Lağımcılar (The Miners) , who were in charge of digging supterranean mines and trenches to undermine enemy walls and cannon emplacements. Created under Murat II (15th century), the miners were in two divisions according to their means of support Jannisary attacks on fortified places, were attached to the Cebeci corps. On other hand, those attached to timars were organized under the command of the provincial armies to support their campaigns.

Lağımcılar (The Miners) , who were in charge of digging supterranean mines and trenches to undermine enemy walls and cannon emplacements. Created under Murat II (15th century), the miners were in two divisions according to their means of support Jannisary attacks on fortified places, were attached to the Cebeci corps. On other hand, those attached to timars were organized under the command of the provincial armies to support their campaigns.

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