Firearms of the Islamic World: In the Tareq Rajab Museum, Kuwait available in Hardcover
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- Bloomsbury Academic
|Product dimensions:||10.09(w) x 10.11(h) x 0.92(d)|
Table of Contents
Naft and Moorish Spain; the Mamluks and their successors in Egypt; the Ottomans - Ottoman control and diffusion of firearms, the Ottoman adoption of pistols, the evolution of Ottoman firearms in the 17th and 18th centuries, the European arms trade with the Ottomans; the Maghrib - Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia; the Sudan; Arabia; the Balkans in the 18th and 19th centuries; the Caucasus and Daghestan - north-west Caucasus, Daghestan; Northern Syria and Iraq; Iran, Afghanistan and the Khanates; the Indian sub-continent - pre-Mughal India, the Portuguese in India, Mughal India, India in the 17th century, the British; India in the 18th and 19th centuries - Bengal, Pondicherry, Lucknow, Agra, Hansi and Jhujjur, Mysore, Rajasthan, Sind, Punjab, Kashmir and Kashgar, Bhutan and Tibet, the Arabs in Southern India; Ceylon and South-East Asia - catalogue of the guns and pistols in the Tareq Rajab Museum.