Military uniforms (90 Subjects)
Infr. Officer of Janissaries. Greek sailor.
The Greek Parliament (former royal palace). In the background Mount Lycabettus. On the right Mount Hymettus.
Janissary in war costume.
Ottoman archer in the service of the Sultan.
The siege of the Palatinate in modern-day Germany by Louis IV's army in the late 17th century.
Janissaries in official dress.
Lower-ranking official of the Janissary corps.
Spahi (member of the Ottoman irregular cavalry).
A lower-ranking officer of the Janissary corps. A Janissary in ceremonial dress.
Ast-chi, a cook. Ast-chi bashi, head cook of the Janissary corps.
An officer of the Janissaries. The head of the lower-ranking officers (Bas- Chavus).
A Topchi, soldier of the artillery corps, dressed in the costume established in the late 18th century, after the Nizam-ı Cedid reform. A soldier of the Ottoman army, in similar dress.
Garments and weapons of the members of the Ottoman artillery.
Ottoman soldier wearing the uniform established after the reforms of the early 19th century.
“Vounisioi” (mountaineers), members of irregular troops of Mount Uludag (Olympus of Mysia), Bithynia.
A captain (general) of the army of Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt, during the Cretan campaign.
Janissary in ceremonial costume (left). Janissary in everyday costume (right).
Ottoman soldier in early 19th century costume.
Lower-ranking officer of the Janissary corps.
Map of Istanbul.
View of Voznesensk, Ukraine. In order to better control the territories of “New Russia”, Czar Alexander I had placed an important cavalry division at Voznesensk.
Disposition of the Russian cavalry division at Voznesensk, Uκraine, as it is being inspected by Czar Alexander I. View of Voznesensk, Ukraine. In order to better control the territories of “New Russia”, Czar Alexander I had placed an important cavalry division at Voznesensk.
Croatian nobleman or military official.
Russian guard at Crimea.
The battle of Chaeronea in 338 BCE (imaginary representation).
Themistocles sends Mardonius away from Athens, before the battle of Plataeae in 479 BCE (imaginary representation).
The church of Metamorfosis (formerly a mosque) at Niokastro, Pylos.