Officials (61 Subjects)
Panoramic view of the Bosporus from Beylerbey. On the shores, Beylerbey Palace in one of its first constructional phases, before its final reconstruction ordered by Sultan Abdülaziz.
View of the house of the Pasha of Adakale, near Orşova, Romania.
The interior of the residence of the Pasha of Adakale, near Orșova, Romania.
Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "The Corsair": Greek slave and an Ottoman Pasha.
The French ambassador Chateau-nef's audience with the administrator (Caimacam) of Istanbul.
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 Bostantzi, gardener, among other things, of the Seraglio.
Peik, guard of the Sultan.
Polish in the dress of the Court.
Subaltern officer of the Janissary corps.
Silahdar Aga, sword bearer to the Sultan.
İçoğlan, servant to the Sultan.
Bostancı başı, official of the Sublime Gate.
High-ranking officials of the kingdom of Tonkin.
Top: The king of Tonkin (Vietnam) exits the palace. Bottom: The king of Tonkin (Vietnam) leaves for war.
Procession which escorts the queen mother or the queen of Tonkin as they exit the palace.
Funeral procession of the king of Tonkin (Vietnam).
Carriages with livestock and other provisions leave Hanoi. They are destined to feed the soldiers and other followers of the funeral procession of the king of Tonkin (Vietnam).
Funerary procession of the king of Tonkin (Vietnam).
Ruy Freire de Andrade, 17th-century Portuguese naval commander and colonist, throws into a boiling cauldron the new-born baby of a family native to the Persian gulf islands.
Page of King Otto.
Otto and Amalia of Greece exiting the Royal Palace.
George I of Greece reviews the National Guard, 1863.
George I and Olga of Greece visit admiral James Drummond, K.C.B, on flagship “Hercules”, 1877.
Snapshots of the presentation of address to George I of Greece by the City of London Corporation.
Janissary of the Greek consulate in Thessaloniki.
George I of Greece is received by the Mayor of London at Guildhall Library, London.
The British fleet places sea mines off the coastline of Crete (Cretan Revolt of 1889).
Implements to place and trigger sea mines. The image is related to the placement of sea mines off the coastline of Crete by the British fleet (Cretan Revolt of 1889).