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Sipahi, or cavalry soldier, Ottoman.

Sipahi, or cavalry soldier, Ottoman.

Armor of the Ottoman Empire. A complete suit of 16th century armor as worn by fully armored cavalryman (sipahi) including Chichak (helmet), krug (chest armor), zirah (mail shirt), kolluk/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor), and kolçak (greaves or shin armor). Stibbert Museum, Florence Italy.

Armor of the Ottoman Empire. A complete suit of 16th century armor as worn by fully armored cavalryman (sipahi) including Chichak (helmet), krug (chest armor), zirah (mail shirt), kolluk/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor), and kolçak (greaves or shin armor). Stibbert Museum, Florence Italy.

Osprey illustration - Ottoman Janissary, early 16th Century. These slave-soldiers were the Turkish Infantry equivalent of the Egyptian Mamluks.

Osprey illustration - Ottoman Janissary, early 16th Century. These slave-soldiers were the Turkish Infantry equivalent of the Egyptian Mamluks.

Ottoman fitilli tufenk (matchlock musket), 17th century. Ivory inlaid and cintamani decorated, kirk-narduban patterned damascus steel barrel with carved lobed cartouches, the faceted wooden stock, sighting plate and front stock decorated with natural and green-stained ivory mosaic cartouches and bands, ivory butt plate. This type of Ottoman firearm was used by the Janissaries and only a few survive in Turkey as they were captured during various wars or converted to flintlocks.

Ottoman fitilli tufenk (matchlock musket), 17th century. Ivory inlaid and cintamani decorated, kirk-narduban patterned damascus steel barrel with carved lobed cartouches, the faceted wooden stock, sighting plate and front stock decorated with natural and green-stained ivory mosaic cartouches and bands, ivory butt plate. This type of Ottoman firearm was used by the Janissaries and only a few survive in Turkey as they were captured during various wars or converted to flintlocks.

A RARE OTTOMAN HORN-HILTED SWORD (YATAGHAN), TURKEY, DATED 1181 AH/1767 AD the finely watered steel curved blade with a flat back edge and inscriptions along both sides of the blade enclosed in star motifs which continue to decorate the top ridge of the blade, the hilt with horn grips and silver studs, decorated with arabesques on the tang, applied silver floral decoration at the forte

A RARE OTTOMAN HORN-HILTED SWORD (YATAGHAN), TURKEY, DATED 1181 AH/1767 AD the finely watered steel curved blade with a flat back edge and inscriptions along both sides of the blade enclosed in star motifs which continue to decorate the top ridge of the blade, the hilt with horn grips and silver studs, decorated with arabesques on the tang, applied silver floral decoration at the forte

Ottoman mace, mid-16th century steel head of polylobate form, refitted to a leather-covered wooden haft with silver mounts. Late 17th century. This type of mace were popular with Ottoman, Polish, Cossack and Tatar warriors, representing a symbol of rank as well as a weapon. Overall length 45.5 cm.

Ottoman mace, mid-16th century steel head of polylobate form, refitted to a leather-covered wooden haft with silver mounts. Late 17th century. This type of mace were popular with Ottoman, Polish, Cossack and Tatar warriors, representing a symbol of rank as well as a weapon. Overall length 45.5 cm.

The janissaries are the Ottoman Empire's soldiers, they are very disciplined! Making the Ottoman army very powerful, they are trained specifically for battles! /tcc/

The janissaries are the Ottoman Empire's soldiers, they are very disciplined! Making the Ottoman army very powerful, they are trained specifically for battles! /tcc/

Turkish Sipahi : 16th Century

Turkish Sipahi : 16th Century