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Solak (Janissary Ottoman soldiers) who provided protection to the sultans during imperial ceremonies and wars, one task of the solak soldiers was to keep everybody away from the sultan, even his private servants such as sword bearers and footmen. Solak soldiers carried their weapons when they went out of the palace together with the sultan, however in 1492 after an assassination attempt to the Sultan Bayezid ii, they began to carry weapon also within the palace. (Pharyah)

Solak (Janissary Ottoman soldiers) who provided protection to the sultans…

Arnavutluk pulu (1913) : Osmanlı pulu, Arnavut Kartalı resmi ile sürşarjlanmıştır.

Arnavutluk pulu (1913) : Osmanlı pulu, Arnavut Kartalı resmi ile sürşarjlanmıştır.

Ciğalazade Yusuf Sinan Paşa.. 1591-95 ve 1599-1604 arası toplam 10 yıl kaptan-ı derya.. 27 Ekim-5 Aralık 1596 arası sadrazam..

Sinan Pasha, originally a Janissary, later on the famous architect of the century

Janissary, from Abraham De Bruyn's costume book Diversarlum Gentium Armatura Equestri, the first plates of which are dated 1575.

osmanlı giyim tarzı, örnek resimler & Ottoman style clothing, sample pictures & Janissary, from Abraham De Bruyn's costume book Diversarlum Gentium Armatura Equestri, the first plates of which are dated

SOLIMANVS . IMPERATOR . TVRCHARVM, 1526 by Jan Swart van Groningen

Description: Süleyman on horseback, riding to left, accompanied by a soldier with a spear. 1526 Producer name Published by: Willem Liefrinck. Print made by: Jan Swart van Groningen

Zaim, a Sipahi with a large fief. Vorstellung der vorzuglichsten Gattungen des Türckischen Militairs und ihrer Officiere (Presentation of the genres of Turkish military men and their officers). Dated 1805

Impero Ottomano - Zaim, a Sipahi with a large fief. Vorstellung der vorzuglichsten Gattungen des Türckischen Militairs und ihrer Officiere (Presentation of the genres of Turkish military men and their officers). Dated 1805

Solak (Janissary Ottoman soldiers) who  provided protection to the sultans during imperial ceremonies and wars, one task of the solak soldiers was to keep everybody away from the sultan, even his private servants such as sword bearers and footmen. Solak soldiers carried their weapons when they went out of the palace together with the sultan, however in 1492 after an assassination attempt to the Sultan Bayezid ii, they began to carry weapon also within the palace.

Solak (Janissary Ottoman soldiers) who provided protection to the sultans…

Arolsen Klebeband 02 323 - Handan Sultan - Vikipedi-Handan Valide sultan'nın oğlu I. Ahmed.

Arolsen Klebeband 02 323 - Handan Sultan - Vikipedi-Handan Valide sultan'nın oğlu I. Ahmed.

Le Sérail et divers personnages turcs, 1720. Janissaire. Ottoman Janassary loading a rifle.

Ottoman janissary loading a matchlock. Le Sérail et divers personnages turcs,

Janissary, before 1657 - They were were elite infantry units that formed the Ottoman Sultan's household troops and bodyguards. Sultan Murad I created the force in 1383. The number of Janissaries grew from 20,000 in 1575, to 49,000 (1591), dropped to a low of 17,000 (1648), then rebounded to 135,000 in 1826.[3]

Janissary- infantry units - Ottoman Sultan's household troops and bodyguards

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Impero Ottomano - The Kaputan Pasha, or High-Admiral. Vorstellung der vorzuglichsten Gattungen des Türckischen Militairs und ihrer Officiere (Presentation of the genres of Turkish military men and their officers). Dated 1805

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Impero Ottomano - A common Janissary in Egypt. Vorstellung der vorzuglichsten Gattungen des Türckischen Militairs und ihrer Officiere (Presentation of the genres of Turkish military men and their officers). Dated 1805

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