ottoman empire

illustration of christa hook showing a ottoman army officer with a Abus gun, a bazooka created by the Ottoman empire and two palace guards in the late century AD.

Portrait of Ahmed III, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire

Titulo de la imágen Jacques Andre Joseph Camelot Aved - Portrait of Mehemet Said Pacha, Bey of Rumelia, special ambassador of the ottoman Sultan Mahmoud I i

Miniaturist Levni. 1720-1730. Avcı, tazısı ve şahiniyle. (hunter) Topkapı Palace Museum, İstanbul, Türkiye.

Hunter, hound and şahiniyle. Topkapi Palace Museum Library Treasure Book no.

STREET SELLER: Salepçi (seller of the salep beverage). Istanbul, early 20th century. Salep is a flour made from the tubers of the orchid genus Orchis. These tubers contain a nutritious, starchy polysaccharide called glucomannan. Salep flour is consumed in beverages and desserts.

STREET SELLER: Salepçi (seller of the salep beverage). Salep is a flour made from the tubers of the orchid genus Orchis. These tubers contain a nutritious, starchy polysaccharide called glucomannan. Salep flour is consumed in

”Three different Turks” ca. 1880, Ottoman Empire.

Giants- ”Three different Turks”. From left to right: a ‘başıbozuk’ (irregular soldier of the Ottoman army), a beggar (holding up his left hand) and – probably - a lower-rank military of the regular army, on leave.

Ottoman Bachi-bouzouks, Ottoman Empire 1875

Ottoman Bachi-bouzouks, Ottoman Empire one could almost say bronze age in terms of clothing

Turkish version of the Wonders of creation, The angel Isrāfīl , Walters Manuscript W.659, fol. 45a by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

The angel Isrāfīl Wonders of Creation by Qazwīnī 1293 was translated to Turkish in 1717 completed by Rūzmah-ʾi Nāthānī -

Traditional costumes of (from right to left) a married Muslim woman of Selanik (Salonika); a married Jewish woman of Selanik (Salonika); and a Bulgarian woman of Perlèpè (Prilep). From the album Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873 (Popular costumes of Turkey in 1873). This album depicting ethnic costumes from throughout the Ottoman Empire was commissioned by the Ottoman government for the 1873 International Fair in Vienna and was authored by Hamdi Bey and Victor Marie de Launay.

Studio portrait of models wearing tradtional clothing from Salonika, Ottoman Empire. This 1873 picture depicts (L to R): A married Jewish woman of Salonika; a Bulgarian woman of Perlèpè (Prilep); a married Muslim woman of Salonika

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