A ‘başıbozuk’ (irregular soldier of the Ottoman army). From the Balkans (Epirus or Albania). Late-ottoman, half of the century. This doesn't look a like a Bashi Bazouk but more like a normal Greek or Albanian male.
Mamluk Nobleman - The "mamluk phenomenon", as David Ayalon dubbed the creation of the specific warrior was of great political importance and was extraordinarily long-lived, lasting from the to the centuries AD
French Army, Napoleon, Troops, Egypt, 18th Century
Because of the weakening of the Ottoman Empire conservative Janissaries blocked needed military reform and allowed their state to lose ground to European rivals. Also the weakness in technology included the imperial navy.