Janissary grave stones
Ottoman Janissary tombstone. The Ottoman tombstones of men have often the form of a turban or headdress, indicating the (former) occupation and social position of the deceased.
An Ottoman talismanic cotton shirt (Jama) covered with text written in a variety of scripts, including Muhaqqaq, Naskh, Ghubar, Thuluth and square Kufic, in assorted colours, arranged in numerous...
Janissary head dress, Ottoman, c. 17th century. (National Museum Copenhagen).
Janissary cap, the second half of the 17th century. Museum of Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe Müzesi), Baden Germany.
The Colossi of Memnon, Thebes, Egypt, 1880s
RamsesII Luxor ...... 1870 .
Ottoman cauldron, 17th c, large cooking pots played a significant role in the Ottoman Janissaries. Each unit had its own pot, which was carried before the Janissaries on festive occasions, the meals were brought from the kitchen of the Sultan's Palace to the barracks of the Janissaries in these pots. As a sign of their dissatisfaction with certain situations and events (such as not being paid on time) the Janissaries overturned their cooking pots in public. Dresden State Art Collections.