- Jenizaro . Imperio Otomano / Tcc/

osmanlı giyim tarzı, örnek resimler & Ottoman style clothing, sample pictures & On the streets, I saw some janissaries marching. They had a serious look to them. I stayed out of their way!

Military leaders had a dominant role in the Ottoman state, a polity geared to war and expansion. The Turkic horsemen became a warrior aristocracy supported by control of conquered land and peasants.

Military leaders had a dominant role in the Ottoman state, a polity geared to war and expansion. The Turkic horsemen became a warrior aristocracy supported by control of conquered land and peasants.

Ottoman Empire 14th Century war uniform. This was one of the first uniforms warn during this time.

Janissaries - the early days: Nefer Janissary soldier, late XIV c. Byzantine officer, early XV c. Turkish Yaya infantryman, XIV c.

A ‘başıbozuk’ (irregular soldier of the Ottoman army). From the Balkans (Epirus or Albania). Late-ottoman, 2nd half of the 19th century.

A ‘başıbozuk’ (irregular soldier of the Ottoman army). From the Balkans (Epirus or Albania). Late-ottoman, half of the century. This doesn't look a like a Bashi Bazouk but more like a normal Greek or Albanian male.

Solak (Janissary Ottoman soldiers) who  provided protection to the sultans during imperial ceremonies and wars, one task of the solak soldiers was to keep everybody away from the sultan, even his private servants such as sword bearers and footmen. Solak soldiers carried their weapons when they went out of the palace together with the sultan, however in 1492 after an assassination attempt to the Sultan Bayezid ii, they began to carry weapon also within the palace.

Solak (Janissary Ottoman soldiers) who provided protection to the sultans…

A ‘Yeniçeri’ (low rank Janissary soldier) in uniform. Late-Ottoman, c. 1810. The large flap of the headdress was in imitation of the sleeve of Hacı Bektaş, founder of the Bektaşi dervishes, who laid his hand on early Janissaries to give his blessing. Later on, the Bektaşi Order supplied the Janissary Corps with ‘babalar’ (spiritual leaders).

A ‘Yeniçeri’ (low rank Janissary soldier) in uniform. Late-Ottoman, c.

Ottoman Sipahi or Siphi (heavy cavalry) from thr Hisart museum.

Ottoman Sipahi or Siphi (heavy cavalry) from thr Hisart museum.

Turkish Armor

Turkish Armor

Ottoman Spakh

Ottoman Spakh

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