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Choose from 178 pictures in our Afghanistan collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Afghan War, 1879: The Death of Major Wigram Battye in the Battle of Futtehabad Featured Print

The Afghan War, 1879: The Death of Major Wigram Battye in the Battle of Futtehabad

The Afghan War, 1879: The Death of Major Wigram Battye in the Battle of Futtehabad, April 2, (1901). British soldier Major Wigram Battye (1842-1879) of the Punjab Frontier Force was shot in the chest and thigh while charging Kugiani tribesmen at the village of Khuja near Futtehabad (or Fatehabad) in Afghanistan. His orderly later reported; I called to Wigram, "You are wounded; you had better stop." Wigram said "Keep quiet", charged, and killed four men before he was killed'. From "The Illustrated London News Record of the Glorious Reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901: The Life and Accession of King Edward VII. and the Life of Queen Alexandra". [London, 1901]

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Bahram Gur and the Indian Princess in the Dark Palace on Saturday, Folio 23v..., ca. 1430 Featured Print

Bahram Gur and the Indian Princess in the Dark Palace on Saturday, Folio 23v..., ca. 1430

Bahram Gur and the Indian Princess in the Dark Palace on Saturday, Folio 23v from a Haft Paikar (Seven Portraits) of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami, ca. 1430

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The Story of Hushang, from a Majma al-tavarikh (A Compendium of Histories)..., 1425 - 1450 Featured Print

The Story of Hushang, from a Majma al-tavarikh (A Compendium of Histories)..., 1425 - 1450

The Story of Hushang, from a Majma al-tavarikh (A Compendium of Histories) of Hafiz-i Abru (recto), 1425 - 1450. These two pages are from a manuscript that evidently was written and illustrated for the library (at Herat) of the Timurid king Shah Rukh, the son of Timur (Tamerlane). The Majma al-Tawarikh traced the history of the world, beginning with the prophets of the Old Testament until the reign of Shah Rukh

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