Janissaries (90 Subjects)
Janissary from Ioannina.
The suite of Sultan Selim II, according to the engraving by Tempesta.
Sultan Mustafa I enters Istanbul after the signing of the Karlowitz treaty.
A Janissary courts a young woman; he has slashed his arm as a token of his affection. A Jewish matchmaker is standing on his side. La Motraye states that he witnessed the scene himself.
Ahmed III is problaimed Sultan and prepares to gird the sword of Osman. Next to him, a religious leader, most probably Sheikh ul-Islam, reads out the Sultan's oath to God, the Dynasty, the State and the Ottoman people.
A colonel of the Janissaries.
Janissary in war costume.
Janissary belonging to the infantry, member of the Sultan's guard.
Captain of the Janissaries.
Aga, captain of the Janissaries.
Janissary of the imperial guard and gardener, by Louis Dupré.
Akchi, Official cook of the Janissary corps. Couloukdji, Head of assistant cooks.
Sutlan Ahmed III in ceremonial costume on Bayram day.
Çorbacı, captain of the Janissaries.
Aşçıbaşı, cook and officer of the Janissaries.
Janissary in ceremonial dress.
Janissary in everyday dress.
View of the Second Gate of Topkapi Palace, know also as Middle or Gate of Salutation.
The main entrance (Sublime Porte) to Topkapi Palace, Istanbul.
The Hippodrome of Constantinople.
Kazasker, chief judge of the Ottoman empire.
Everyday costume of Turks and Janissaries.
Map of Nicosia, Cyprus, during its siege by the Ottomans (1570).
View of the Seraglio Point from Pera (Beyoğlu).
Imam and Janissary kneel down to pray.