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Kapıcıbaşı, head of ceremonies in the Sultan's palace.

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The niche from which the Sultan secretly watched the caucus of the Divan, the higher governmental body. Here, the Sultan is coming out to intervene.

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Executions by impalement and gaunching.

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The Aga of the Janissaries.

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Spahi, cavalry soldier.

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Kapudan Paşa, admiral of the Ottoman fleet.

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Helvacı, chief confectioner in the Sultan's palace.

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Scene from Ottoman campaign.

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A ciğerci, Ottoman liver seller, feeds street cats.

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Soldiers about to strangle a captive (probably Prince Osman II).

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Prince Mustafa assassinated in the campaign tent of his father, Suleiman I, who is present (on the left), encouraging moreover the assassinators.

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The Janissary corp overthrows Sultan Osman II.

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Ottoman sitting at the table.

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Egyptian clothing, footwear and jewelry. Vineyard. Seal with Egyptian inscription. Everyday life objects. Stretcher carried by camels. Echinus of the Red Sea.

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Ottoman cemetery. Women offering libation.

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Women from Chios.

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Women from Kimolos.

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Woman from Cairo and woman from Aleppo, both in formal dress.

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Women from Baghdad, one in everyday dress, the other in formal costume.

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Man from Persia in summer dress. Kurdish man bearing shield and club.

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Women from Persia, one in city dress, the other in dance costume.

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Portrait of Nadir-Schah of Persia (1698 -1747).

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Portait of Karim Han, of Persia.

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Portrait of Shah Mohammad Ali Han of Persia (1760-1779).

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Ruins of a square building at the ancient walls of Lefkada.

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The interior of the residence of the Pasha of Adakale, near Orșova, Romania.

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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Don Juan".

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Golden Gate or Axios (Vardar) Gate in Thessaloniki. From:  E. M. Cousinéry, Voyage dans la Macédoine, Paris, 1831. 

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View of Incantadas monument in the Roman agora of Thessaloniki.  E. M. Cousinéry, Voyage dans la Macédoine, Paris, 1831. 

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Arch of Galerius in Thessaloniki.

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