Wheeler M. Thackston

Wheeler M. Thackston is retired Professor of the Practice in Persian and Other Near Eastern Languages at Harvard University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The History of Akbar, Volume 7The History of Akbar, Volume 7Abu'l-Fazl
Thackston, Wheeler M.
HARDCOVER01/05/2021$35.00Not yet available
Cover: The History of Akbar, Volume 6The History of Akbar, Volume 6Abu'l-Fazl
Thackston, Wheeler M.
HARDCOVER01/07/2020$35.00
Cover: The History of Akbar, Volume 5The History of Akbar, Volume 5Abu'l-Fazl
Thackston, Wheeler M.
HARDCOVER01/14/2019$29.95
Cover: The History of Akbar, Volume 4The History of Akbar, Volume 4Abu'l-Fazl
Thackston, Wheeler M.
HARDCOVER01/05/2018$35.00
Cover: The History of Akbar, Volume 3The History of Akbar, Volume 3Abu'l-Fazl
Thackston, Wheeler M.
HARDCOVER01/09/2017$32.95
Cover: The History of Akbar, Volume 2The History of Akbar, Volume 2Abu'l-Fazl
Thackston, Wheeler M.
HARDCOVER01/05/2016$32.95
Cover: The History of Akbar, Volume 1The History of Akbar, Volume 1Abu'l-Fazl
Thackston, Wheeler M.
HARDCOVER01/06/2015$32.95
Cover: Tales from LuristanTales from LuristanAmanolahi, Sekandar
Thackston, Wheeler M.
PAPERBACK01/20/1987$20.95
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