An audience with the Great Mogol, from an account of the travels of William Hawkins, by Pieter van der Aa, Leiden, 1706; *a very large scan of this engraving*; *the whole page*
Also: *
"Cowardice of the Officers of War is punished by the Great Mogol*; *a very large scan of this engraving*

Source: ebay, July 2011

'La cour du Grand Mogol a Lahor' and 'Cour et pompe du Grand Mogol' at Agra , two views by van der Aa, from 'La Galerie Agreable du Monde (...).Tome premier des Indes Orientales.', published by P. van der Aa, Leyden, c. 1725 (*title page*); from the same work also:

*"Cabinet du Jardin du Grand Mogol"*;
*"Cavalier du Grand Mogol en pompeux equipage"*
*"Chars Bengalois tirez par des Boeufs et la prise des Foulques"*
*"Chatiment des gens de la Cour disgracies du Grand Mogol"*
*"Celebration du jour de naissance du Grand Mogol"*;
*"Chasse des Lions du Grand Mogol"*;
*"Combat des Hommes avec des Lions devant le Grand Mogol"*;
*"Cruaute des Elephans contre leur propre People"*
*"Habit des hommes et femmes Maures dans les Indes"*
*"Habit du Grand Mogol, & d'une de ses Femmes"*;
*"Lieu de Combats pour le divertissement du Grand Mogol"*
*"Magnifique parure des Elephants lors qu'on les presente au Grand Mogol"*;
*"Melik Ambar, un miserable esclave, Protecteur du Royaume de Decan"*
*"Ministres d'Etat au Cour du Grand Mogol"*

*"Royaume du Grand Mogol"* and *"Carte du Golfe de Bengals"*; *"Le Royaume de Guzarate aved le Golfe de Cambaye"*; *"Voyage des Indes Orientales fait par Guillaume Hawkins"*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2012

"Pomp and Ceremony of the March of the Great Mogol," from the 'Atlas Historique' by Chatelain, 1705-20

Source: ebay, Aug. 2011

A view from the 'Atlas Historique...' by Zacharie Chatelain, Amsterdam, 1732 (first ed. 1705-20); with very large scans of the *upper left*; *upper right*; *lower left*; *lower right*.

Chatelain also depicted the Mughal emperors as parts of a lineage that started with Tamurlane: *dynasty 1*; *dynasty 2*; *dynasty 3*; *dynasty 4*

Source: ebay, Jan 2011

Combats with animals at the court of the Great Mogol: from a travel book by Giambattista Albrizzi, Venice, 1738; *the title page*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2008

*"Costume of a Mahomedan Lady in the State of the Great Mogol," from Thomas Salmon, 'Lo State presente di tutti i paesi e popoli del mondo', Venice, 1751*

Source: ebay, Nov. 2010

This large German engraving, "Mogols Throne," with numbers and a key at the bottom,  is probably from the mid-1700's; a very large scan of the engraving, including the key: *left half*; *right half*. It differs mostly in small details from the Prevost engraving below.

Source: ebay, May 2007

"Cour du Grand Mogol" by Bellin, from *PREVOST*, 1752; *a very large scan of this engraving*. Editions continued to be published for decades: *an Italian edition, 1782*; *a German edition, published as late as 1860 (with modern hand coloring)*

Source: ebay, Dec. 2005

Prevost's view (1757) of the *coins of the Mughals and other rulers in the region*; also: *Southeast Asian coins*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2009

*"Habits [=clothing] of the People of Moghul," from 'The Weekly Amusement', London, 1764*

Source: ebay, May 2008

From Edward Cavendish Drake, "A Universal Collection of Authentic and Entertaining Voyages and Travels" ( J. Cooke, London, 1768); *another depiction* from the same source

Source: ebay, Dec. 2005


"The Great Mogul riding in a Chariot of State, drawn by Oxen," c.1775 (with modern hand coloring); obviously taken from the *PREVOST* 1747 engraving to the right, called more generally "Moghul coaches drawn by oxen"

Source: ebay, Dec. 2004 and Aug. 2005

*"A BATTLE between Men and Beasts, before the GREAT MOGUL and his Court," from A New & Complete System of Universal Geography, by Charles Theodore Middleton, London, 1778*

Source: ebay, June 2005

Weighing the emperor (usually on his birthday) against various valuables to be given to the poor (an engraving, 1780)

Source: ebay, Aug. 2005

[For comparison: the Agha Khan being weighed against gold, 1940: *a news bureau photo*; *the caption*]
Source: ebay, Feb. 2009

[For especially enjoyable comparison: *Krishna being weighed against grain (?); modern bazaar art*]
Source: ebay, Sept. 2010

*"Vue du Seirail [ladies' quarters] du grand Mogol, des Indes," c.1780, with modern hand coloring*; *the whole engraving*

Source: ebay, May 2008

*Portrait of a Mughal Emperor, Provincial Mughal style, late 18th century. Gouache heightened with gold on paper, a turbanned ruler seated on a gold throne*

(downloaded Mar. 2007)

Western visions of Mughal fashions, c.1799

Source: ebay, Jan. 2005

"'Habit of the Great Mogol -- From an Original Picture at Delly' and 'Habit of a Lady of Indostan -- The above Figure in the Habit of a Lady of Industan was taken from the Original Picture drawn at Indostan'. Both published by G. Robinson, London, 1799."

"The Cortege of the Great Mogul" by Giulio Ferrario (2nd ed., Florence, 1828)

Source: ebay, June 2006

*Mughal costumes, in a depiction from an English encyclopedia of world costumes, 1834*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2011

*"An elephant fight," an engraving by James S. Virtue, London, c.1860*

Source: ebay, June 2009

*"The Imperial Suite at Delhi, 17th Century," by Edwin Lord Weeks*

Source: ebay, Aug. 2005

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