Janissaries (90 Subjects)
Janissary in full uniform.
The German diplomatic Mission sets off to Istanbul accompanied by a group of Janissaries.
The reception of the German diplomatic mission in Istanbul (1578).
The Persian diplomatic mission offering its gifts to the Ottoman Sultan in accordance with the protocol.
The Sultan's supper.
Α. Janissary. Β. Sipahi, member of the Ottoman cavalry.
Α. Water carrier/seller (Saka). Β-C. Janissaries.
The Fountain of Sultan Ahmed III at the Hagia Sophia square, Istanbul.
The Aga of the Janissaries.
The Janissary corp overthrows Sultan Osman II.
Dresses particular to Egypt: Copt. Bey of Egypt. Mentally ill Egyptian. Lieutenant of the Janissary corp. Egyptian woman. Dancers from Egypt. Woman of Arab ethnicity. Sergeant of the Janissary corp. Woman of Cairo riding a donkey in the "proper" Egyptian manner.
View of the Second Courtyard of the Topkapi Palace, also known as the outer courtyard. On the left the Imperial Harem and Divan. On the right the Imperial Kitchens. In the background the Gate of Felicity, leading to the Third Courtyard of the Palace.
The march of the Sultan from Topkapi Palace to the mosque, on the day of Bayram.
Infr. Officer of Janissaries. Greek sailor.
The march of the Sultan from the Palace to the mosque on the day of Bayram. Frontispiece of the first volume: The march of Ottoman officials.
The march of the Sultan from the Palace to the mosque on the day of Bayram. Frontispiece of the second volume: The departure of the Sultan from the Palace.
Janissary in war costume.
Janissary and cannonier of the Ottoman army.
The Janissary and the interpreter that accompanied Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon around Istanbul. Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in costumes typical to West European merchants in the Ottoman Empire.
The Janissary and the interpreter that accompanied Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in their trip from Istanbul to Egypt. Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in costumes typical to Istanbul and Egypt.
Ottoman costumes that Jacob Βreuning and his companion του Carlier de Pinon wore in Istanbul and Egypt. On Janissary costumes their guides.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in Ottoman costumes on their way to the Pyramids, and accompanied by Janissaries and their Jewish interpreter. In the background Sycamores and Cassias
Cook of the Janissary corps.
Janissaries in official dress.
The Sultan rides to the mosque to pray on a Friday, escorted by a formal procession.
Ottoman soldiers exercising in Tomak, a martial art practiced with wooden balls.
Ottoman soldiers exercising in Cirit, a martial art practiced with a javelin.