Rare painting of the Italian painter Tiziano Vecellio showing the Ottoman Turkish Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.

Rare painting of the Italian painter Tiziano Vecellio showing the Ottoman Turkish Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, I just went to the Museum, and the first thing I saw was this (magnificent) painting.

The Harem Bath, Rudolph Ernst

Rudolf Ernst The Harem Bath painting for sale - Rudolf Ernst The Harem Bath is handmade art reproduction; You can shop Rudolf Ernst The Harem Bath painting on canvas or frame.

Kösem Sultan was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. Favorite consort and later wife of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I, she achieved power and influenced the politics of the Ottoman Empire through her husband, then through her sons Murad IV and Ibrahim I (the Mad) and finally through her minor grandson Mehmed IV. She was a prominent figure during the sultanate of the women. She was official regent twice and was thereby one of two women to have been formal regents of the Ottoman…

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Matrakçı Nasuh - Mercidâbık-Karye-i Çil Hâlit ve Fırat-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Matrakçı Nasuh - Mercidâbık-Karye-i Çil Hâlit ve Fırat-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Portrait of Hürrem Haseki Sultan, (Roxelana or Alexandra - The officially wed wife of Sultan Suleiman, The Great) 18th Century

Portrait of Hürrem Haseki Sultan, (Roxelana or Alexandra - The officially wed wife of Sultan Suleiman, The Great)

Anadoluhisari-Nusret Çolpan

Around the World with Nusret Colpan « Islamic Arts and Architecture

hurrem sultan..the most beautiful who was the most powerful woman in the ottoman. the legal wife of sultan suleyman

the most beautiful who was the most powerful woman in the ottoman. the legal wife of sultan suleyman

Jean Léon Gérôme

Jean_Léon_Gérôme_-_The_Tryst_(interior).jpg Algrian woman from Algiers

Ottoman Bachi-bouzouks, Ottoman Empire 1875

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

With her  little fleet of warships,  Laskarina Bouboulina sometimes called a “pirate queen.” The only woman member of  revolutionary organization that overthrew the Turks' Ottoman Empire, she raised the rebel flag on March 13, 1821, to signal the  revolt that freed the Greeks for the first time in seven centuries. Attacking the impregnable fort at Nafplion, through a rain of bullets, her solders fell back at one point only to hear her shout, “Are you women, then, and not men? Forward!"

Oil Painting of Bouboulina, The National Historical Museum, Athens. Laskarina Bouboulina May 1771 – 22 May was a Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in and an Admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy.

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