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Charakteristische Darstellung der vorzüglichsten europäischen Militairs
Characteristic representation of the principal European military men
or Augsburger Bilder

1802-1810

Ottoman


These are reproduced as:
'Janizary'. (pl. 2.) in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey, 1813
'Janizary' in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey, 1813



See Azab / Azap from Hans Weigel's Habitus Praecipuorum Populorum ... das ist Trachtenbuch, Nuremburg, 1577
'Military Chief of Upper Egypt' in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey and
'Janizary of Arabia Felix' in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey, 1813


See 'Mameluke of Constantinople' in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey, 1813
'Mameluke of the Grand Seignior' in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey, 1813


See 'Ensign Bearer of Spahis' in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey, 1813
'Officer of Spahis' in McLean's The Military Costume Of Turkey, 1813



Austrian
Baden
Bavarian
Danish
French
Great_Britain
Holland
Minor_States
Prussian
Russian
Saxon
Spanish
Swedish
Wurtemberg

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Illustrations of Ottoman Costume and Soldiers
Index of Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers