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Description Deutsch: Ausdehnung des Mogulreiches beim Tode Akbars (1605)
English: The Mughal Empire at Akbar's death in 1605. Fully integrated territories in dark green, dependent territories in light green
Date 17 April 2007
Source Kartenvorlage: Image:BlankMap-World-large.png Grenzen eingezeichnet nach der Karte Indien unter dem Mogulkaiser Akbar in Johnson, Gordon: Weltatlas der alten Kulturen. Indien. Christian Verlag, München 1995
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