Servants (57 Subjects)
Interior of an Abyssinian library, in the Monastery of Souriani on the Natron Lakes.
Turkish woman having her hair braided in the bath.
Servants from Tinos.
Costume of female servant from Gdańsk, Pomerania or Denmark.
Ottoman official in his residence.
Servant of Prester John, legendary Christian king of India or Ethiopia.
A. Archer in the service of the Sultan (Solak). B. Devshirme child. C. Servant of the Sultan.
Guests to circumcision ceremony.
South view of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Agrae (Panagia stin Petra) in Athens. The figures represent the Vaiwode, or Turkish Governor of Athens, with some of its attendants on a hunting party.
The library of Hadrian seen from the house of Nikolaos Logothetis, consul of Britain in Athens. In the foreground, the soap mills. An Ottoman aga receiving a visitor; an Albanian groom.
Northeast view of the Erechtheion.
The Haseki Sultana at her quarters (Harem).
Kizlar Agası, head of the eunuchs of the Sultan's palace.
Bostancıbaşı, head gardener and executioner, in ceremonial dress.
Servant offering sweets to woman of the Harem.
Dance on the west bank of the Nile. On the foreground, two French travellers. The governors of the small vessels are smoking and drinking coffee while sitting on the ground, as are doing two dervishes and their servants farther away. According to Olivier's description, the scene depicts Egyptians dancing a war dance and a more sensual dance.
Young couple in gondola, Venice.
Servant to the Grand Vizier.
İçoğlan, servant to the Sultan.
Servant to affluent Ottoman house.
Muslim man performing ritual ablution before prayer.
The private quarters of an Ottoman official.
İçoğlan, servant in the imperial Palace. The officer in charge of guarding and carrying the Sutlan's riding stool.
An İçoğlan, servant in the imperial Palace, during a writing lesson, with his teacher.
İçoğlan Aga, responsible for the Devsirme children who became servants in the Imperial palace. Tascireci Bashi, secretary to the Sultan.
A servant and an escort to the Grand Vizier.
Ast-chi, a cook. Ast-chi bashi, head cook of the Janissary corps.
The temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae. On the left, the Turkish and the Tatar attendants of Edward Dodwell.