Ottoman Empire armor belonging to Sultan Mustafa III consisting of migfer (helmet), zirah (mail shirt), mail trousers, kolluk/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), shamshir (sabre), decorated with gold and encrusted with jewels, 18th century, exhibited in the Imperial Treasury of Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey
Princess Niloufer of Hyderabad india, one of the last princesses of the Ottoman Empire, born in Istanbul, Turkey
Princess Durri-Chechvar Sultane Princess and daughter of Caliph Abdulmecid II (born May 30, 1868, Constantinople, Ottoman Empire [now Istanbul, Tur.]—died Aug. 23, 1944, Paris, Fr.), was the last caliph and crown prince of the Ottoman dynasty of Turkey.
Ottoman Empire jeweled and gold-inlaid steel ceremonial chichak, a type of helmet (migfer) originally worn in the 15th-16th century by cavalry of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman soldiers with a regimental standard awarded for their service in the First Battle of Gaza where they defeated the British, 1917. [1067x1600]
Ottoman soldiers with a regimental standard awarded for their service in the First Battle of Gaza where they defeated the British, 1917.
Ottoman Empire calligraphic ornament on mail and plate kolçak aka greaves or shin armor worn by fully armored cavalrymen or sipahi. Museums often confuse kolçak (greaves) for kolluk/bazu band or arm guards.
Turkish soldiers waiting for the order to attack. Turkish War of Independence.
Turkoman warrior, 14th century - Various turkish tribes burst out of Central Asia from the 6th c. to invade the middle east and eventually establish the Ottoman Empire.
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Djemal Pasha (Ottoman Turkish: جمال پاشا, modern Turkish: Cemal Paşa), born Ahmed Djemal (6 May 1872 – 21 July 1922), was an Ottoman military leader and one-third of the military triumvirate known as the Three Pashas that ruled the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Djemal was also Mayor of Istanbul and is seen as one of the perpetrators of the Armenian Genocide and the Assyrian Genocide. He was decorated with the Pour le Mérite.
Fatih Sultan Mehmet, Trabzon'a girerken, temsili
Roxelana Known also by her Turkish name of Khourrem (or Hürrem or Karima), meaning "the cheerful one", (circa 1500 - April 18, 1558) was the wife of sultan Süleyman the Magnificent of the Ottoman Empire.
Jön Türk İhtilali ve Kanun-i Esasi Hatıra Kartpostalı, 1908 (the card of Young Turks revolution)
Princess Mihrimah Sultan was the daughter of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I and his Ruthenian wife, (1558) Hürrem Sultan. She was born in Constantinople. Mehr-î-Mâh means "Sun (lit. clemency, compassion, endearment, affection) and Moon".
World map in 1567, by Ottoman sailor Ali Macar Reis
Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent (Kanuni Sultan Süleyman)