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Procession of Akbar, King of the Mughals Wooden Puzzle
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Thought to be descended from Genghis Khan, Akbar the Great (1542-1605) was an emperor-general whose enlightened rule over most of the Indian subcontinent is chronicled in the Akbarnama (History of Akbar). This panoramic Procession of Akbar, King of the Mughals Wooden Puzzle (nearly 2 feet in length) depicts an important moment in Akbar’s reign. Each of the puzzle’s 545 pieces—including dozens of themed “whimsy” shapes—will be different. Archival ink and paper over quarter-inch maple veneer plywood. Made in the U.S.A. Completed puzzle, 10.25" x 23.75".
Like several of this book’s opulent illustrations in our Freer Gallery of Art.
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