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2014-08-06T13:56:06+08:00
Akbar, also known as Akbar the Great or Akbar I, was a Mughal Emperor from 1556 until his death. He is the third, and one of the greatest rulers in India during the Mughal dynasty.
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Arkab and Urkab are from Al 'Urkub, translated by Ideler as the "Tendon uniting the calf of the leg to the heel", or it is the tendon on the leg just above the ankle (in either man or horse), and this coincides with their location in the figure on modern maps, as well as with their Euphratean title Ur-ner-gub, the "Sole of the Left Foot" but Al Sufi and the engraver of the Borgian globe assigned these stars to the rear of the horse's body.
2014-08-06T15:57:56+08:00
Akbar, also known as Akbar the Great or Akbar I, was a Mughal Emperor from 1556 until his death. He is the third, and one of the greatest rulers in India during the Mughal dynasty.
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si akbar was the king empire of gupta