Akbar the Great

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Akbar the Great

Akbar the Great (October 15, 1542 – 1605) was a Mughal Emperor. He was born in Umarkot, India. He became emperor at age 14. He began his military conquests under a regent before becoming emperor and expanding the Mughal Empire. He was known as much for his inclusive leadership style as for his war mongering. He began a time of religious tolerance and appreciation for the arts. Akbar the Great died in 1605.

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