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Ottoman Arms and Armour

Ottoman arms and armour & antique weapons are a fascinating topic. The Ottoman Empire was one of the most powerful and long-lasting empires in history, and its military prowess was a key factor in its success. Ottoman weapons were known for their high quality and intricate craftsmanship, and many examples of these weapons can still be found today in museums and private collections. If you are interested in acquiring exceptional Ottoman arms and armour, please do get in touch.

Some examples of Ottoman antique weapons include:

  • Yatagan: a type of curved sword with a single-edged blade that was used by the Ottoman Empire’s infantry and cavalry.
  • Kilij: a type of saber with a curved blade that was used by the Ottoman Empire’s elite cavalry units, known as the Sipahi.
  • Bazu band: a type of armguard that was worn by archers to protect their arms from the bowstring.
  • Topuz: a type of mace that was used by the Ottoman Empire’s elite troops, known as the Janissaries.
  • Kalkan: a type of shield that was used by the Ottoman Empire’s infantry and cavalry.

These are just a few examples of the many types of Ottoman antique weapons that were used throughout the empire’s history. If you’re interested in learning more, please do get in touch with us. In addition, there are many resources available online and in books that can provide more information and detail about these fascinating artifacts.

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