Fall of the Mughuls, early to mid-18th C. From right to left: Rajput Zamindar, Maratha infantryman, Maratha light cavalryman
1. Tüfekçi, mid-17th C. 2. Peyk, late 17th C. 3. Kapikulu cavalryman, mid-17th C. 4. Tartar cavalryman, early 17th C.
Janissary officers 1. Usta officer, 17th-18th C. 2. Başçavuş officer of third rank, 16th-18th C. 3. Kethüda Bey officer
1. Bosnian frontiersman, mid-18th C. 2. Egyptian Mamluk Sipahi, mid-18th C. 3. Bektasi dervish, 18th C.
Janissary junior officers 1. Serdengecti Aga commander of an assault unit, 18th C. 2. Bayraktar Subays standard bearer of 39th Orta, 16th C. 3. Beşinci Karakullukçu NCO, 18th C.
"The Hatra ballista, c. AD 200", Brian Delf
Military of the Mughal Empire
Battle of Agincourt
Andrassos || Byzantine cataphract Lars referenced this in his blog. Lars wrote 'The Sea Wolves', a novelized discourse on the Viking Age.