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Ottoman Soldier (1822)

Ottoman Soldier (1822)

An Ottoman Sipahi cavalryman on the right, and two Janissaries guards

An Ottoman Sipahi cavalryman on the right, and two Janissaries guards

Ottoman Soldiers, Spahis, Solaks, Dellis, Janissaries, 16-17th Century (Sipahiler, Solaklar, Deliler, Yeniçeriler)

Ottoman Soldiers, Spahis, Solaks, Dellis, Janissaries, 16-17th Century (Sipahiler, Solaklar, Deliler, Yeniçeriler)

1. Tüfekçi, mid-17th C. 2. Peyk, late 17th C. 3. Kapikulu cavalryman, mid-17th C. 4. Tartar cavalryman, early 17th C.

These are cavalry (and mounted infantry) from the century, Indo Persian But I believe that they would still carry over to our time period, especially the Tatar. I also hope you add Kapikulu cavalry… century

Armed Man called Delli, in Turkey, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575

Also known as human battering rams, they were insane people who had their own unit within the ottoman army

THE NIZAM-i CEDIT 'NEW ARMY':  1: Kolağası of the 1st Orta of Nizam-i Cedit Infantry, c.1806;  2: Müilazin Lieutenant of Nizam-i Cedit Infantry, c.1808;  3: Nizam-i Cedit Neferi, c.1800;  4: Neferi of the Nizam-i Cedit 2nd Orta 'provincial militia', c.1795

Kolagasi of the middle infantry of Nizam-i Cedit 1806 Mulazin Infantry lieutenant Nizam-i Cedit 1808 Neferi Nizam-i Cedit 1800 Neferi of Nizam-i Cedit of the provincial mill 1795

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