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Study of the moon and stars. Ottoman miniature from 17th century. Istanbul.

Study of the moon and stars. Ottoman miniature from 17th century. Istanbul.

Trabzon Traditional clothes in Ottoman empire era, man from Trabzon city, woman from Trabzon, man from rural area - Laz People

Trabzon Traditional clothes in Ottoman empire era, man from Trabzon city, woman from Trabzon, man from rural area - Laz People

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Kurdish woman with her child residing in the Ottoman Empire, 1893

Kurdish woman with her child residing in the Ottoman Empire, 1893

Siege of Szigetvár, 1566, Hünernâme of 1588 by Lokman

Siege of Szigetvár, 1566, Hünernâme of 1588 by Lokman

The Funeral of Caliph Suleyman the Law Giver/the Magnificent (1566 CE Ottoman Miniature Painting)

The Funeral of Caliph Suleyman the Law Giver/the Magnificent (1566 CE Ottoman Miniature Painting)

Ottoman mountaineer irregulars, bashi bazouks, in the late 19th century. Date 1896, by Edwin Munsell Bliss, 1848-1919. Bashi-bazouk or bashibazouk (Turkish literally "damaged head", meaning "free headed", "leaderless", "disorderly") was an irregular soldier of the Ottoman army. Particularly noted for their lack of discipline.

Ottoman mountaineer irregulars, bashi bazouks, in the late 19th century. Date 1896, by Edwin Munsell Bliss, 1848-1919. Bashi-bazouk or bashibazouk (Turkish literally "damaged head", meaning "free headed", "leaderless", "disorderly") was an irregular soldier of the Ottoman army. Particularly noted for their lack of discipline.

Ottoman Turkey, Costumes, Medjmouaï Teçavir (1910s) Fruchtermann No. 105. Max Fruchtermann, 1852-1918. The most prominent early publisher of Ottoman postcards, at the age of seventeen he opened a frame-shop at Yüksekkaldirim Istanbul. It is hard to underestimate his role in the publishing scene that followed. He was one of the first "editeurs" (if not the very first) to create postcards depicting the Ottoman Empire.

Ottoman Turkey, Costumes, Medjmouaï Teçavir (1910s) Fruchtermann No. 105. Max Fruchtermann, 1852-1918. The most prominent early publisher of Ottoman postcards, at the age of seventeen he opened a frame-shop at Yüksekkaldirim Istanbul. It is hard to underestimate his role in the publishing scene that followed. He was one of the first "editeurs" (if not the very first) to create postcards depicting the Ottoman Empire.

Christian boys who appeared to be strong and talented were taken and enslaved from throughout the Ottoman Empire to be trained and educated to serve the Empire as Janissaries. Even though they were enslaved, their excellent training allowed them, in time, to become part of the ruling class.

Christian boys who appeared to be strong and talented were taken and enslaved from throughout the Ottoman Empire to be trained and educated to serve the Empire as Janissaries. Even though they were enslaved, their excellent training allowed them, in time, to become part of the ruling class.

Ottoman Bachi-bouzouks, Ottoman Empire 1875

Ottoman Bachi-bouzouks, Ottoman Empire 1875

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