An Inferior Officer of the Janissaries. Ottoman Empire.

Inferior Officer, costume, Ottoman Empire, Military, uniforms,
AN INFERIOR OFFICER OF THE JANISSARIES. Lower-ranking official of the Janissary corps.

An Inferior Officer of the Janissaries. Lower-ranking official of the Janissary corps.

Historical Ottoman Empire officials and ethnic groups.

SEVERAL plates have been given. of the different officers of this singular and extensive corps, in their various dresses, namely. Plate XVIII., XXVIII. and XXXIV. and indeed they might be extended lo almost any length, as, besides the great variety arising from the nnmerous officers, and the different provinces to which they belong, the Janissaries themselves are not restrained in the colour of their clothes, uniforms. They must, however, generally wear large blue short trowsers. red slippers, and a peculiar bonnet.

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The costume of Turkey. Illustrated by a series of engravings; with descriptions in english. By Octavian Dalvimart. Printed by Howlett and Brimmer. Published in London, 1802.


Note:  Traditional Arabian Women from Cairo. Ottoman Empire.

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