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”Three different Turks”.  Ca. 1880, Late-Ottoman Empire. From left to right: a ‘başıbozuk’ (irregular soldier of the Ottoman army), a beggar (holding up his left hand) and – probably - a lower-rank military of the regular army, on leave.

”Three different Turks”. Ca. 1880, Late-Ottoman Empire. From left to right: a ‘başıbozuk’ (irregular soldier of the Ottoman army), a beggar (holding up his left hand) and – probably - a lower-rank military of the regular army, on leave.

Horse artilleryman. The Vinkhuijzen collection of military uniforms / Turkey, 1818. See McLean’s Turkish Army of 1810-1817.

Horse artilleryman. The Vinkhuijzen collection of military uniforms / Turkey, 1818. See McLean’s Turkish Army of 1810-1817.

A Leventi, or Turkish marine. Vorstellung der vorzuglichsten Gattungen des Türckischen Militairs und ihrer Officiere (Presentation of the genres of Turkish military men and their officers). Dated 1805

A Leventi, or Turkish marine. Vorstellung der vorzuglichsten Gattungen des Türckischen Militairs und ihrer Officiere (Presentation of the genres of Turkish military men and their officers). Dated 1805

Cook of the Janissary corps. Ottoman empire historical clothing

Cook of the Janissary corps. Ottoman empire historical clothing

Janissary clothing from the 17th-18th centuries. The Janissaries were elite infantry units that formed the Ottoman Sultan's household troops & 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. They began as an elite corps of slaves recruited from young Christian boys who were orphans.

Janissary clothing from the 17th-18th centuries. The Janissaries were elite infantry units that formed the Ottoman Sultan's household troops & 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. They began as an elite corps of slaves recruited from young Christian boys who were orphans.

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