Princess Durri-Chechvar Sultane    Princess and daughter of Caliph Abdulmecid II  (born May 30, 1868, Constantinople, Ottoman Empire [now Istanbul, Tur.]—died Aug. 23, 1944, Paris, Fr.), was the last caliph and crown prince of the Ottoman dynasty of Turkey.

Dürrüşehvar Sultan - Princess Durri-Chechvar Sultane Princess and daughter of Caliph Abdulmecid II (born May Constantinople, Ottoman Empire [now Istanbul, Tur.), was the last caliph and crown prince of the Ottoman dynasty of Turkey.

Ottoman Turk, 1880-1900.

By the the Ottoman Empire was already in serious decline - unlike this Turkish soldier's resplendent rug.

carolathhabsburg:  Turkish women. 1880s.

PASCAL SEBAH Turkish Women at Home, Constantinople, 1860 Albumen print from a glass negative, mounted, numbered in the negative « 620

“Bashi Bazouk and his Dog”. Painting by Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904). Painted in 1865, in Egypt.  In fact, this ‘başıbozuk’ (mercenary, or irregular soldier of the Ottoman army) is originating from Epirus or Albania and can be recognized by his half-long skirt-like garment (called ‘fustanella’ in Greece).  These military were generally called ‘Arnavut’/’Arnaut’ (=Albanian) in the 19th century.

Jean Leon Gerome Bashi Bazouk And His Dog - Jean-Léon Gérôme May 1824 – 10 January was a French painter and sculptor

Chaldeans from Mardin,Turkey

Chaldeans from Mardin, Turkey, century. They are Syriac-speaking Christians in unity with Rome; they are ethnic Assyrians whose history reaches back to pre-Biblical times.

[Ottoman Empire] A Soldier Photo (Bir Osmanlı Asker Fotoğrafı)

[Ottoman Empire] A Soldier Photo (Bir Osmanlı Asker Fotoğrafı)

Clothing from province of Adrianople (Edirne), Ottoman State. 1-Muslim inhabitant of Adrianople (Edirne), 2-Muslim horseman of Adrianople (Edirne), 3-Christian artisan of Adrianople. Istanbul. 1873

Clothing from province of Adrianople (Edirne), Ottoman State. inhabitant of Adrianople (Edirne), horseman of Adrianople (Edirne), artisan of Adrianople.

Traditional costumes of (from right to left) a married Muslim woman of Selanik (Salonika); a married Jewish woman of Selanik (Salonika); and a Bulgarian woman of Perlèpè (Prilep). From the album Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873 (Popular costumes of Turkey in 1873). This album depicting ethnic costumes from throughout the Ottoman Empire was commissioned by the Ottoman government for the 1873 International Fair in Vienna and was authored by Hamdi Bey and Victor Marie de Launay.

Models wearing traditional clothing from Ottoman Empire (Salonika), c. 1873 / Depicts (L to R) - Married Jewish woman of Salonika; Bulgarian woman of Prilep; married Muslim woman of Salonika

OTTOMAN EMPIRE HISTORICAL PICTURES (133) | par OTTOMAN IMPERIAL ARCHIVES

OTTOMAN EMPIRE HISTORICAL PICTURES (133) | par OTTOMAN IMPERIAL ARCHIVES

Clothing from province of Aydin, Ottoman State. 1-Christian merchant of Aydin. 2-Rabbi of Smyrna (Izmir). 3-Bourgeois of Manisa. Istanbul, 1873.

Clothing from province of Aydin, Ottoman State. merchant of Aydin. of Smyrna (Izmir). of Manisa.

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