Mészöly Dávid

Mészöly Dávid

Mészöly Dávid
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16th-18th century, turkish, 24 inches tall and made with steel, silver, and niello

16th-18th century, turkish, 24 inches tall and made with steel, silver, and niello

powder horn - Szukaj w Google

powder horn - Szukaj w Google

Ottoman Chichak, a style of helmet (migfer) originally worn in the 15th-16th century by cavalry of the Ottoman Empire, consisting of a rounded bowl with ear flaps, a peak with a sliding nose guard passing through the peak and two plume holders on either side, riveted mail camail / aventail (mail curtain protecting the neck and shoulders), It is engraved with designs on the helmet top and cheek plates.

Ottoman Chichak, a style of helmet (migfer) originally worn in the 15th-16th century by cavalry of the Ottoman Empire, consisting of a rounded bowl with ear flaps, a peak with a sliding nose guard passing through the peak and two plume holders on either side, riveted mail camail / aventail (mail curtain protecting the neck and shoulders), It is engraved with designs on the helmet top and cheek plates.

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Jarod%27s+Horn+15.jpg 1,600×1,053 pixels

Tatar bazu-band, 17th century. Engraved, slightly domed forearm guard forged of one piece. Riveted brass application with finely engraved geometrical pattern at the pulse. Attached pulse guard of riveted mail with two slender iron bars and one of originally two strap buckles. Length 29.5 cm.

Tatar bazu-band, 17th century. Engraved, slightly domed forearm guard forged of one piece. Riveted brass application with finely engraved geometrical pattern at the pulse. Attached pulse guard of riveted mail with two slender iron bars and one of originally two strap buckles. Length 29.5 cm.

Seyban. Foot soldier wearing a green tunic, red trousers, white leg protectors, yellow ankle boots and red turban with blue cap and plume. Carrying a fuse and matchlock and wearing an ammunition pouch and powder horn.

Seyban. Foot soldier wearing a green tunic, red trousers, white leg protectors, yellow ankle boots and red turban with blue cap and plume. Carrying a fuse and matchlock and wearing an ammunition pouch and powder horn.

Helmet from "Islamic Arms and Armor: in The Metropolitan Museum of Art", 2016 by David Alexander, Stuart W. Pyhrr, Will Kwiatkowski. First class research publication that demonstrates the strong side of the authors (Islamic armor), one of the best reviews of the subject illustrated by some of the best examples in existence, but it also refers to other publications and collections, which allows for a presentation that is relatively complete and executed with much integrity and…

Helmet from "Islamic Arms and Armor: in The Metropolitan Museum of Art", 2016 by David Alexander, Stuart W. Pyhrr, Will Kwiatkowski. First class research publication that demonstrates the strong side of the authors (Islamic armor), one of the best reviews of the subject illustrated by some of the best examples in existence, but it also refers to other publications and collections, which allows for a presentation that is relatively complete and executed with much integrity and…

"Arms and Armor of Caucasus" by Kirill A. Rivkin, 2016, focusing on the development of arms and armor in Caucasus from the16th and the early 20th C including Eastern weapons, from those of late Mongol Empires, to Safavid Persia and the Ottomans, providing an overall classification of Caucasian weapons, as well as a guide to dating and attribution to a specific culture: Circassian, Georgian, Dagestani, Chechen, Armenian, Azerbaijani etc, 328 pages, 213 photos.

"Arms and Armor of Caucasus" by Kirill A. Rivkin, 2016, focusing on the development of arms and armor in Caucasus from the16th and the early 20th C including Eastern weapons, from those of late Mongol Empires, to Safavid Persia and the Ottomans, providing an overall classification of Caucasian weapons, as well as a guide to dating and attribution to a specific culture: Circassian, Georgian, Dagestani, Chechen, Armenian, Azerbaijani etc, 328 pages, 213 photos.

Islamic Arms and Armor: in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2016 by David Alexander, Stuart W. Pyhrr, Will Kwiatkowski. First class research publication that demonstrates the strong side of the authors (Islamic armor), one of the best reviews of the subject illustrated by some of the best examples in existence, but it also refers to other publications and collections, which allows for a presentation that is relatively complete and executed with much integrity and professionalism.

Islamic Arms and Armor: in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2016 by David Alexander, Stuart W. Pyhrr, Will Kwiatkowski. First class research publication that demonstrates the strong side of the authors (Islamic armor), one of the best reviews of the subject illustrated by some of the best examples in existence, but it also refers to other publications and collections, which allows for a presentation that is relatively complete and executed with much integrity and professionalism.

A fully armed Armenian mountain dweller. From the region between Van en Hakkari. Late-Ottoman era, end of the 19th century. Shown with rifle, axe and Ottoman type kalkan shield.

A fully armed Armenian mountain dweller. From the region between Van en Hakkari. Late-Ottoman era, end of the 19th century. Shown with rifle, axe and Ottoman type kalkan shield.