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Badakshan patera, "Triumph of Bacchus", British Museum. (1st-4th century CE).
Badakshan patera, "Triumph of Bacchus", British Museum. (1st-4th century CE).
Sultan Muḥammad Vays offers Babur a healthy horse to replace his ailing one.
Sultan Muḥammad Vays offers Babur a healthy horse to replace his ailing one.
Mirza Shah Rukh (d. 1607-8), grandson of Sulaiman Mirza, and ruler of Badakhshan. Married Akbar's daughter, Shakr al-Nisa Begum, and became ruler of M
Mirza Shah Rukh (d. 1607-8), grandson of Sulaiman Mirza, and ruler of Badakhshan. Married Akbar's daughter, Shakr al-Nisa Begum, and became ruler of Malwa after fleeing to the Mughal Empire.
In 1756 Badakhshan emir made the Chinese Qing dynasty recognize the Elder of Badakhshan (the "gray bearded") at Alti as sovereign in Kashgar and levie
In 1756 Badakhshan emir made the Chinese Qing dynasty recognize the Elder of Badakhshan (the "gray bearded") at Alti as sovereign in Kashgar and levied taxes on the city and parts of the province of Xinjiang.
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Tents of Afghan nomads in the northern Badghis province. Early peasant farming villages came into existence about 7,000 years ago.
Tents of Afghan nomads in the northern Badghis province. Early peasant farming villages came into existence about 7,000 years ago.
A "Bactrian gold" Scythian belt depicting Dionysus, from Tillya Tepe in the ancient region of Bactria
A "Bactrian gold" Scythian belt depicting Dionysus, from Tillya Tepe in the ancient region of Bactria
Portrait of Ahmad Shah Durrani c. 1757
Portrait of Ahmad Shah Durrani c. 1757
Afghan tribesmen in 1841, painted by British officer James Rattray
Afghan tribesmen in 1841, painted by British officer James Rattray