Acbarus seu Accabas[1] (Persice et Urdu جلال الدین محمد اکبر Jalāl-ud-dīn Muhammad Akbar; natus die 15 Octobris 1542, mortuus die 27 Octobris 1605), cognomine "Magnus", Nasiruddin Humayun filius et mirus polymathes, fuit Imperii Mogolici rector ab 1556 ad 1605.

Acbarus Magnus

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Acbarus natus est in castello Rajput apud Umarkot in Sind die 15 Octobris 1542.[2][3]

Obiit Agrae, in Uttar Pradesh, die 17 Octobris vel 27 Octobris 1605.[2][3]

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  1. "Abbarus ... alii habent Acbarus"; "Accabas": Iohannes Iacobus Hofmannus, Lexicon universale (1698) ~ s.vv. Abbarus, Mogol Magnus
  2. 2.0 2.1 bookrags.com - Encyclopedia of World Biography article
  3. 3.0 3.1 the-south-asian.com - Short Biography

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Verba quae insequuntur vicificanda sunt ut rationibus qualitatis et Latinitatis propositis obtemperent. Quaesumus emenda.
  • Abu al-Fazl ibn Mubarak Akbar-namah Edited with commentary by Muhammad Sadiq Ali (Kanpur-Lucknow: Nawal Kishore) 1881-3 Three Vols. (Persian)
  • Abu al-Fazl ibn Mubarak Akbarnamah Edited by Maulavi Abd al-Rahim. Bibliotheca Indica Series (Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal) 1877-1887 Three Vols. (Persian)
  • Henry Beveridge (Trans.) The Akbarnama of Ab-ul-Fazl Bibliotheca Indica Series (Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal) 1897 Three Vols.
  • Haji Muhammad 'Arif Qandahari Tarikh-i-Akbari (Better known as Tarikh-i-Qandahari) edited & Annotated by Haji Mu'in'd-Din Nadwi, Dr. Azhar 'Ali Dihlawi & Imtiyaz 'Ali 'Arshi (Rampur Raza Library) 1962 (Persian)

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