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Who was the first English person who visited the court of Akbar?

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Who was the first English person who visited the court of Akbar?
posted Jul 18 by Pallavi Dubey

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Ralph Fitch, was the first English person who visited the court of Akbar. He was a gentleman merchant of London and one of the earliest English travellers and traders to visit Mesopotamia, the Persian Gulf and Indian Ocean, India and Southeast Asia.

answer Jul 19 by Jasmine P
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