They are clothed in strength and dignity.
| aph turkey and greece aes. | janissaries |
Some bonus notes:
Paying regard to Sadik’s mettle, military skills and the fact that he is the personification of a state, back then I see Turkey as both member of Sipahi (Ottoman cavalry) and the Sultan’s private bodyguard (that’s why I’ve included royal military cap and white horse in this aesthetic. His rank is also indicated by burgundy outfit in the right bottom corner), because one more was never too many.
What for Heracles, without a doubt he could be an experienced soldier, however, I don’t think that he would be promoted more than a low-rank Janissary, no matter what craving he had for it (to do Sadik a bad turn, of course). Still he is a good rider and archer.