Weapons (447 Subjects)
Soldier of the Sultan's infantry.
Captain Michail Korakas (from a photograph by Kl. Androulakis).
Dimitrios Mavromichalis, by Louis Dupré.
Mamluk, by Louis Dupré.
Ali Pasha, coloured aquatint by J. Cartwright.
The Virgin of Thyamis, by Louis Dupré.
Arnaut, coloured copper engraving by J. Cartwright.
Son of a military officer from Sparta. Nobleman from Chios.
Akchi, Official cook of the Janissary corps. Couloukdji, Head of assistant cooks.
Ottoman sailor. Ottoman cannonry officer (Topchi).
Bombardier of the Ottoman artillery (Coumbaradgi) – Turkish soldier.
The Ottoman army.
The siege of Rhodes by the Ottomans, 1480.
Small arrow heads of black flint, which probably belonged to the Persian army.
Ancient helmets of Corinthian style from Olympia. Etched ornament of one of the helmets.
Drawings of the cannons of the Dardanelles fortresses.
Sκetch of the Rock Gibraltar from the neutral ground.
Sketch of the Rock Gibraltar From the Mediterranean Battery.
The travellers depart to Riekka. They meet the military commander. The troops leave for Riekka. The travellers spend the night at the inn.
Sutlan Ahmed III in ceremonial costume on Bayram day.
Silahtar Ağası, sword-bearer to the Sultan.
Peik, a servant who escorts the Sultan outside the palace.
Solak, guard to the Sultan.
Şatır, servant ot the Grand Vizier.
Aşçıbaşı, cook and officer of the Janissaries.
Spahi, cavalry soldier.
Serdengeçti, a volunteer.
Tatar from Crimea.
Armenian bridegroom on his way to his wedding, escorted by his best man, who bears the groom's sword.