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Travellers and invaders

Dernier ajout : 26 avril 2019.

J.B. Tavernier by Largillère left : Mir Jumla, Subahdar of Bengal, painted by Shiv Das (c. 1625).

right : French traveller and trader J.B. Tavernier, painted by Largillère (c. 1700).

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