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A typical military sign from the Ottoman Empire known as "arma" (this Homeric Greek expression itself reflects to a symbol adopted under influence from abroad) in Turkish army (infantry) and displayed on the reverse side of the battalion banners (military colours) of European style introduced after Nizami-Jedid reforms. (It is not the State coat of arms of the Ottoman Empire, as the Empire did not use any)
Date (19th-century design)
Source Own work
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Author Juris Tiltins
(Reusing this file)
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This work first published in the Ottoman Empire is now in the public domain because the Empire's copyright formalities were not met (copyright notice, registration, and deposit), or because the copyright term (30 years after the death of the author, sometimes less) expired before the Empire was dissolved (details).
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