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Some interesting facts for you - Imgur

Some interesting facts for you - Imgur

KAHRAMAN PENBE HATUN Topal Osman AĞA'NIN Mangaldağı'nda destanlar yazan gönüllü 47. Alayının sancak Çavuşu İğneli PENBE HATUN... KAHRAMANLIK CİNSİYET DEĞİL, ŞAHSİYET MESELESİDİR... ÖTÜKEN

KAHRAMAN PENBE HATUN Topal Osman AĞA'NIN Mangaldağı'nda destanlar yazan gönüllü 47. Alayının sancak Çavuşu İğneli PENBE HATUN... KAHRAMANLIK CİNSİYET DEĞİL, ŞAHSİYET MESELESİDİR... ÖTÜKEN

Flags Of The World. Stories Behind Them

Flags Of The World. Stories Behind Them

Savaş Yalnız Sınırlarda Olmaz Savaş bir milletin topyekün ateşe girmesidir. #SultanAbdülhamidHan

Savaş Yalnız Sınırlarda Olmaz Savaş bir milletin topyekün ateşe girmesidir. #SultanAbdülhamidHan

Myths have to come from somewhere. However - Warrior women were not just found in the example given but in many other cases as well, also, they were never just a myth, they have always been history, even if the patriarchy has hidden it as much as possible.

Myths have to come from somewhere. However - Warrior women were not just found in the example given but in many other cases as well, also, they were never just a myth, they have always been history, even if the patriarchy has hidden it as much as possible.

Ottoman Empire mail and plate kolçak (greaves or shin armor) as worn by fully armored cavalryman (sipahi) in conjunction with migfer (helmet), dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor), zirah (mail shirt), kolluk/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), and krug (chest armor). Museums often confuse kolçak (greaves) for kolluk/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), even in Turkish museums they are labeled as arm guards and mounted on the arms of display mannequins rather than on the lower leg.

Ottoman Empire mail and plate kolçak (greaves or shin armor) as worn by fully armored cavalryman (sipahi) in conjunction with migfer (helmet), dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor), zirah (mail shirt), kolluk/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), and krug (chest armor). Museums often confuse kolçak (greaves) for kolluk/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), even in Turkish museums they are labeled as arm guards and mounted on the arms of display mannequins rather than on the lower leg.

Turkish turban helmet, 15th to 16th century, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Turkish turban helmet, 15th to 16th century, Philadelphia Museum of Art.