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Common People and the Founding of the Mughal Empire

Timurid Practices of Wartime Justice and Tyranny over Local Populaces, 1494-1556

Common People and the Founding of the Mughal Empire( )
Author: Kuang, Shuntu
Publication Date:Jul 2013
Publisher:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $31.00
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This project studies the wartime treatment of commoners by Babur (r. 1494-1530) and Humayun (r. 1530-1556) during their founding of the Mughal Empire. Originally conceived as a question of military logistics, i.e., how did these two Timurid conquerors supply their armies, it expanded into a question of kingship, i.e., how did they treat the local populaces who produced the supplies, especially food, that the soldiers needed in the campaigns across Central and South Asia.

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Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):8.5 x 11 x 0.13 Inches
Book Weight:0.44 Pounds

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