Headgears on Ottoman Tombstones

Ottoman people were classified into the occupations as soldiers, merchants, calligraphers, clerks and so on. Each group used to have special head gears in different colors
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Occupations on Ottoman tombstones, group two

Occupations on Ottoman tombstones, group two

Only Ottoman Sultans used to wear this head gear

Only Ottoman Sultans used to wear this head gear

After 1826 All Ottoman officals used to wear fes

After 1826 All Ottoman officals used to wear fes

Occupations on Ottoman tombstones, group three

Occupations on Ottoman tombstones, group three

Sultan's armorers, Sultan's grooms and squadron commanders used to wear this head gear

Sultan's armorers, Sultan's grooms and squadron commanders used to wear this head gear

Naval commanders, sailors, seamen and boatmen used to wear this head gear

Naval commanders, sailors, seamen and boatmen used to wear this head gear

Most of the Janissaries in Ottoman troops used to wear this headgear

Most of the Janissaries in Ottoman troops used to wear this headgear

Just for members of the delta force used to wear this head gear

Just for members of the delta force used to wear this head gear

Ottoman princes of Royal family, state landlords and ministers used to wear this head gear

Ottoman princes of Royal family, state landlords and ministers used to wear this head gear

Army flag-bearers, army chefs and small ranking Janissaries used to wear this head gear

Army flag-bearers, army chefs and small ranking Janissaries used to wear this head gear

Grand viziers, cabinet viziers and governors of the states in Ottoman empire used to wear this head gear

Grand viziers, cabinet viziers and governors of the states in Ottoman empire used to wear this head gear

Palace officials, officials for working for treasury office used to wear this head gear

Palace officials, officials for working for treasury office used to wear this head gear

Janissary commanders head gears

Janissary commanders head gears

Occupations of Ottoman tombstones, group one

Occupations of Ottoman tombstones, group one

Palace chefs, palace landlords and army generals used to wear this head gear

Palace chefs, palace landlords and army generals used to wear this head gear

Calligraphers, spoon-makers, blacksmiths, merchants and doctors used to wear this head gear

Calligraphers, spoon-makers, blacksmiths, merchants and doctors used to wear this head gear

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