Servants (57 Subjects)
A servant to the Grand Vizier.
A servant to the Sultan. The turban-bearer to the Sultan (Dulbendar Aga).
Dwarves of the Ottoman court. Mutes of the Ottoman court.
Acam-oglan, young Christian recruited through the devsirme, servant to the Sultan. A Helvaci, pastry confectioner of the imperial palace. A messenger of the Sultan.
Turkish women in 18th century costume having tea in their private quarters.
Suleiman I mounted on his horse.
The vacation cottage of Johann Jacob Rieter, Swiss manufacturer of woolen textiles.
Wife of affluent merchant in official costume for the celebration of the Carnival, escorted by her nurse.
Carriage typically used by affluent merchants of India.
Muslim woman of Edirne, on her way to the baths.
Affluent Turkish ladies enjoying their coffee at home.
Oda Bashi, head of the palace servants.
Official dinner to which the author was invited during his visit to Georgia.
Chamberlain of the Sultan's private quarters.
Black eunuch at the service of the harem.
Woman servant to the odalisks of the harem.
The Turkish escort of the author during the latter's stay at the Peloponnese.
Ottoman woman having coffee in her garden.