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- The Great Moghuls. The Young Akbar
- When the second Emperor Humayun died suddenly, his 13-year-old son was crowned emperor. He was called Akbar, meaning great. Akbar would grow up amply to deserve that name, for he was to be undeniably the greatest of the great moghuls
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