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Janissary, ottoman.

Janissary, ottoman.

The janissaries are the Ottoman Empire's soldiers, they are very disciplined! Making the Ottoman army very powerful, they are trained specifically for battles! /tcc/

Janissaries

The janissaries are the Ottoman Empire's soldiers, they are very disciplined! Making the Ottoman army very powerful, they are trained specifically for battles! /tcc/

Janissary Officers Ottoman Empire

Janissary Officers Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire

turkish

turkish

Ottoman.

Ottoman.

turkish fashions. NO. NOT turkish. They're fucking OTTOMAN k?

turkish fashions. NO. NOT turkish. They're fucking OTTOMAN k?

Ottoman Janissaries (conscripted soldiers) were divided into 101 ortahs (regiments), each Janissary tattooed a mark on his arm showing his ortah. A crescent was the symbol of the first ortah (the Sultans ortah), the thirty-first ortah which served on board the fleet, was an anchor. The number of Janissaries in each ortah was varied, greater numbers were in the most distinguished; the number in some was extremely large, that of the thirty-fifth, amounting to nearly thirty thousand.

Ottoman Janissaries (conscripted soldiers) were divided into 101 ortahs (regiments), each Janissary tattooed a mark on his arm showing his ortah. A crescent was the symbol of the first ortah (the Sultans ortah), the thirty-first ortah which served on board the fleet, was an anchor. The number of Janissaries in each ortah was varied, greater numbers were in the most distinguished; the number in some was extremely large, that of the thirty-fifth, amounting to nearly thirty thousand.

A Janissary and a merchant, Ottoman.

A Janissary and a merchant, Ottoman.

Turkish infantry. 1802-1810: Ottoman.

Turkish infantry. 1802-1810: Ottoman.

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