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Taxila gate and city of Peshawar (N.W.F.P.); camels in foreground. 20 March 1879

Water-colour painting of the Taxila gate and city
of Peshawar in the North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan by
Charles J. Cramer-Roberts (1834-1895), 20 March 1879. Inscribed on
the front in ink is: 'Taxila Gate. City of Peshawur from Fort-with
commissariat camel sheds and pens. C.J.C.R. 20/3/79.'Peshawar,
meaning 'Frontier town', is situated at the head of the Khyber
Pass, a major trade route and…