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deals with the magnificent world of Afghan nomads, horse-dealers and mercenaries bridging the frontiers between the old metropolitan centres of India, Iran and Central Asia.4/5. The Rise of the Indo-Afghan Empire, c. deals with the magnificent world of Afghan nomads, horse-dealers and mercenaries bridging the frontiers between the old metropolitan centres.
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deals with the magnificent world of Afghan nomads, horse-dealers and mercenaries bridging the frontiers between the old metropolitan centres of India, Iran and Central Asia. During the eighteenth century they succeeded in establishing a vigorous new system of Indo-Afghan states."--BOOK JACKET.
The Rise of the Indo-Afghan Empire. Author: Jos J. Gommans. Publisher: BRILL. ISBN: Category: History. Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» By drawing attention to the golden age of Afghan trade and imperialism, this book examines the intensifying political and commercial relations between India and Central Asia.
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