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Old Indian Arts

A Man Selling Boxes Outside A Teak Building- Edwin Lord Weeks

Indian Army; 10th Duke of Cambridge's Own Cavalry, Trumpeter. 9th Hodsons Horse, Lieutenant & 10th Duke of Cambridge's Own Cavalry, Rissaldar-Major. From Tradition Magazine Special Edition on Indian Cavalry Regiments

Duke of Cambridge's Own Cavalry, Trumpeter. Hodsons Horse, Lieutenant & Duke of Cambridge's Own Cavalry, Rissaldar-Major. From Tradition Magazine Special Edition on Indian Cavalry Regiments

Indian 'Cavalree' Skinners Horse (1910) caricature by Snaffles

Indian 'Cavalree' Skinners Horse Anne S. Brown Military Collection at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

Gallic oppidum. Oppidum is a Latin word meaning the main settlement in any administrative area. The word is derived from the earlier Latin ob-pedum, "enclosed space".

Oppidum is a Latin word meaning the main settlement in any administrative area. The word is derived from the earlier Latin ob-pedum, "enclosed space".