Thirteen Ottoman Sultans Anonymous, ca. 1600, from The Sultan’s Portrait – Topkapı Palace Museum

“Ottoman miniatures of the first thirteen Ottoman sultans (Osman I to Mehmed III). Topkapi Palace Library, MS B

Sultan Ahmed III scattering golden coins on the terrace of the Fourth Court in the Topkapi Palace-Surname-i Vehbi-1720

Sedef's Corner: Reading History Through Jewellery Levni, Surname-i Vehbi, distributing Gold after the (Topkapi Palace Museum)

A map of Egypt by Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis in Kitab-i Bahriye, 16 century.

roxygen: “ A map of Egypt by Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis in Kitab-i Bahriye, 16 century.

The First Court of the Topkapi Palace-Topkapı Sarayı, Bab-ı Hümayun ve I.Avlu-1584-Hünername-Nakkaş Osman

The First Court of the Topkapi Palace-Topkapı Sarayı, Bab-ı Hümayun ve…

Matrakçı Nasuh-Diyarbakır-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Matrakçı Nasuh-Diyarbakır-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa (Istanbul University Library) miniatur art

Matrakçı Nasuh-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman-Bitlis, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Matrakçı Nasuh-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman-Bitlis, written circa (Istanbul University Library)

OĞUZ TOPOĞLU : fatih sultan mehmed belgrad kalesi muhasarası, hün...

OĞUZ TOPOĞLU : fatih sultan mehmed belgrad kalesi muhasarası, hün...

Topkapı Palace-Kubbealtı-The hall of the large sofa, where the court dignitaries used to meet, high up on the wall was a grate for spying and eavesdropping in the meetings below, miniature from Turkish Memories, Cicogna Codex, Turkey 17th Century

cicogna miniature from the 'Memorie Turchesche' depicting the Imperial Hall in the Topkapi Palace, Constantinople,

Victory parade of Mehmed III after the conquest of Eger

Victory parade of Mehmed III after the conquest of Eger A.scanned by Szilas from Török miniatúrák by Géza Fehér, Corvina Budapest.

Introduction to the court carpets of the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires (article) | Khan Academy

Introduction to the court carpets of the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires (article)

Registration of boys for the devşirme. Ottoman miniature painting from the Süleymanname, 1558 - They began as an elite corps of slaves recruited from young Christian boys, and became famed for internal cohesion cemented by strict discipline and order. By 1620 they were hereditary and corrupt and an impediment to reform.[4] The corps was abolished by Sultan Mahmud II in 1826 in the Auspicious Incident in which 6,000 or more were executed

Janissary Recruitment in the Balkans-Suleymanname. Illustration of the registration of Christian boys for the devşirme ("tribute in blood").Ottoman miniature Matrakci Recruitment in the Balkans.

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