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Janissary cap, the second half of the 17th century. Museum of Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe Müzesi), Baden Germany.

Janissary cap, the second half of the 17th century. Museum of Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe Müzesi), Baden Germany.

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak

AN OTTOMAN BANNER Altın Sırma Saçaklı Osmanlı Sancak

AN OTTOMAN BANNER Altın Sırma Saçaklı Osmanlı Sancak

Flag of the Young Turk movement, c. 1908 Embroidered in white: ”Adalet” (Justice), “Hürriyet” (freedom), “Müsavit” (equality), “Uhuvvet” (brotherhood) and “Ittihat” (unit).

Flag of the Young Turk movement, c. 1908 Embroidered in white: ”Adalet” (Justice), “Hürriyet” (freedom), “Müsavit” (equality), “Uhuvvet” (brotherhood) and “Ittihat” (unit).

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak & Mevlevi Tekke Sancağ & Mevlâna Müzesi

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak & Mevlevi Tekke Sancağ & Mevlâna Müzesi

Osmanlı Sancak | par OTTOMAN IMPERIAL ARCHIVES

Osmanlı Sancak | par OTTOMAN IMPERIAL ARCHIVES

osmanlı devlet arması

osmanlı devlet arması

Banner Ottoman

Banner Ottoman

Ottoman banners woven during the 15th century are often decorated with a two-bladed sword wielded by the prophets son-in-law Ali and shield shaped. This particular banner, made in 1683 in North Africa, was made of metallic thread and maroon silk. Its inscription is written in the distinctive maghribi script with uniform thick letters and low sweeping curves.

Ottoman banners woven during the 15th century are often decorated with a two-bladed sword wielded by the prophets son-in-law Ali and shield shaped. This particular banner, made in 1683 in North Africa, was made of metallic thread and maroon silk. Its inscription is written in the distinctive maghribi script with uniform thick letters and low sweeping curves.


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