Qānṣawh al-Ghawrī

Source: Georg Greblinger: Wahre Abbildungen der Türckischen Kayser vnd Persischen Fürsten / so wol auch anderer Helden und Heldinnen von dem Osman / biß auf den andern Mahomet. Johann Ammon, Frankfurt 1648
after Johann Theodor de Bry (1561–1623), 1590s

Referenced as Figure 9. in Sultans with Horns: The Political Significance of Headgear in the Mamluk Empire by Albrecht Fuess
Qānṣawh al-Ghawrī with the nāʿūrah (turban)
Latin inscription reads: “Of what use is it that you bound Egypt to Syria, when the jealous destiny refuses to recognize you as sultan? Be aware that Achomenos [Shah Ismāʿīl?] defends the endangered frontiers, when Selymus will have taken your properties.”

See also Tuman Bay after Johann Theodor de Bry
A version of Qānṣawh al-Ghawrī by Paolo Giovio, before 1552. Published in 1578.
Egyptian Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers