"Clothing of the Mughal," a Dutch engraving from 1667 with a Chinese-looking backdrop

Source: ebay, Dec. 2004

"Copper engraving of the costume of Mogor / Mogul, most likely by A.v. Diepenbeck (not signed), from “Kerkelijke Historie van de gehele wereld” ( “Religious Histry of the whole world”) , by Cornelis Hazart ( Society of Jesus). Printed in 1667."

A Dutch vision by Hieronymus Xaverius, 1667: a Jesuit depicted as disputing with Muslim theologians before "the King of the Mogor"

Source: ebay, Nov. 2002

A depiction of the Great Mogul from 'Toonneel van China ' ('China Monumentis Illustrata'), by Athanasius Kircherus (Kircher), father of the Soc. Jesu, translated by J.H. Glazemaker, published by J.Janssonius van Waesberge, Amsterdam, in 1668.

Source: ebay, Nov. 2012

Two views of "Le Grand Mogol" as imagined by *MALLET* (German edition, 1685); click on the second image for a very large scan (courtesy of Alfred Eriksson)

Source: ebay, July 2007

Not to speak of the Great Mogol, *MALLET* and other mapmakers were not even sure about the course of the Ganges (1683): *North India*; *South India*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2007

A depiction of the Mughal court from 'Asia: the first part... The Vast Empire of the Great Mogol and Other Parts of India...' by John Ogilby, London, 1673; also *"Rauchenara Begum"*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2013

A depiction of the Mughal court, from 1702; *the elephant*; *the top caption*; *the bottom caption*

Source: ebay, May 2007

"Aurengzeeb, King of the Mogols," by Isaac Tirion, 1731

Source: ebay, Nov. 2006

From "Modern History: or, the Present State of all Nations," by Thomas Salmon, London, 1739

Source: ebay, May 2007

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