Ottomans (521 Subjects)
Janissary in war costume.
Ottoman archer in the service of the Sultan.
Azamoğlan: young boy of christian origin yet converted into Islam, in the service of the Sultan.
Pilgrim to Mecca, who upon his return from the Hedjaz sells holy water of the region.
Wealthy and poor Turkish woman in house costumes.
Turkish women on their way to the bath (hamam).
The bazaar of Larissa.
Janissary and cannonier of the Ottoman army.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in typical Greek and Albanian costumes (a combination of Greek and Turksih costumes).
The French ambassador Chateau-nef's audience with the administrator (Caimacam) of Istanbul.
Penalty imposed to prostitutes in the Ottoman empire.
Triumphal parade of a Christian man converted to Islam.
The Ottoman Sultan giving audience to the English Ambassador.
The Grand Vizir giving audience to the English Ambassador.
Dervishes of the Order of Mevlevi at the teke of Pera (Beyoğlu) in Istanbul.
Portrait of the Grand Vizier.
Portrait of Reis Effendi, principal secretary of the Ottoman state.
The Mufti of Istanbul. In the background Hagia Sophia together with some mausoleums of the Sultans at its courtyard.
Portrait of Kizlar Aga, chief of the black eunuchs of the Harem of the Sultan.
Portrait of Silahdar Aga, safe keeper of the Sultan's sword.
Portrait of Chavush Bashi, high officer of the Ottoman state.
An Ottoman Aga.
Portrait of Astsi Bashi, cook of the Seraglio.
Portrait of Bostantzi, gardener, among other things, of the Seraglio.
Portrait of Ashtsi Usta, cook of the Janissaries.
Peik, guard of the Sultan.
Sipahi, cavalry soldier.
A Turkish lady at home.
A Turkish lady of Istanbul, accompanied by her slave, on her way to public bath (hamam).