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Ottoman army (123 Subjects)

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The Ottoman army.

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The Ottoman troops in battle order.

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The Ottoman and the Venetian fleet during the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.

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Map of Nicosia, Cyprus, during its siege by the Ottomans (1570).

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Disposition of the Venetian and Ottoman fleets during the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.

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Imam and Janissary kneel down to pray.

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Janissary in full uniform.

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The German diplomatic Mission sets off to Istanbul accompanied by a group of Janissaries.

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Α. Janissary. Β. Sipahi, member of the Ottoman cavalry.

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Α. Sipahi, member of the Ottoman cavalry. Β. Kazasker, chief jidge.

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A. Archer in the service of the Sultan (Solak). B. Devshirme child. C. Servant of the Sultan.

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Triumphal march.

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Α. Water carrier/seller (Saka). Β-C. Janissaries.

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The costumes of the Ottoman army, after the abolition of the Janissary corp in 1826.

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View of Istanbul from Maiden's Tower. In the foreground imperial boats are departing from Topkapi Palace. In the first view, the Ottoman Sultan; in the second, some Ottoman princes.

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View of Tophane.

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View of Istanbul from Okmeydani.

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View of the central nave of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, looking eastwards.

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View of the north nave of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. On the right one of the two lustration urns from Pergamon, transferred to the temple during the reign of Sultan Murat III.

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View of the central nave of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, from the north nave.

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View of the north nave of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. In the background the esonarthex. On the left the Grand Vizier praying.

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View of the imperial tribune in Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. This tribune stood between the mihrab and the Columns from Ephesus, which were transferred to the imperial capital during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I.

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View of the imperial tribune in Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. This tribune stood between the mihrab and the Columns from Ephesus, which were transferred to the imperial capital during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I.

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Hagia Sophia in Istanbul: View of the upper gallery from the north-west.

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Hagia Sophia in Istanbul: View of the western part of the upper gallery, where the throne of the Byzantine Emperor once stood.

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Views of the mausoleums of Sultans Murat III, Selim I, Mehmet III and Mustafa I in Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.

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View of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, right after its reconstruction by the Fossati brothers in 1847.

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View of the Great Fortress of Chandax (Heraklion) together with the Kules Fortress, also known as Rocca a Mare.

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View of Chandax, in 1667-1668, and during it siege by the Ottomans.  After being besieged for twenty-four year (1645-1669), Crete became part of the Ottoman Empire (1669).

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