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Description Sultan Ibrahim Lodhi was an Afghan Emperor in Delhi, India. His Empire included eastern Afghanistan, whole of Pakistan and northern India.
Date Pre-1970's
Source Copied from old school textbook of Afghanistan
Author Unknown
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Public domain This work is in the public domain in Afghanistan according to The law on the support the right of authors, composers, artists and researchers (Copy Right Law). ( unofficial English translation) because:
  • It is a photograph, painting, or other audiovisual work originally published more than 50 years ago, or
  • It is any other form of protected work and more than 50 years have passed since the death of the last surviving author and the date of original publication.

All works published using a pseudonym enter the public domain 50 years after publication, unless the author's identity subsequently becomes known. Afghan copyright law only protects “photographic works that have been created using an original mode” (Art. 6).

Yes check.svg This image, which was originally uploaded with an assertion of Public Domain status, was reviewed on 04:42, 7 April 2012 (UTC) by the administrator or trusted user Beria, who confirmed the Public Domain status on that date.
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