RMDFD872–Genghis Khan founder of the Mongol Empire
RMM098HE–Genghis Khan (c.1162-1227). Illustration, dating from around 1430, showing Genghis Khan ascending to the throne in 1206.
RMCNDH0E–Bollywood film superstar Shah Rukh Khan
RMGG292K–Rashid Al-Din (1247-1318) Gengis Khan se proclame empereur Miniature du Jami al-tawarikh (Histoire universelle) 14e siècle Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale
RMA7EPW1–Egypt. Aswan. Nile & Aga Khan tomb
RMAEXM91–Medallions of Marco Polo and Kublai Khan. Hand-colored woodcut
RMW7CC79–Lekain as Genghis Khan.
RMGARXWB–Squash. Hashim Khan
RM2BDXHM0–Reception of the Polos by Kublai Khan, 1274
RMMKN51C–Rout of Khan Batyga
RMFXBMDY–Da'ud Receives a Robe of Honor from Mun'im Khan - Freer Gallery of Art
RMM1AHR5–Hyder Khan, the Governor of Ghuznee 1848
RM2PPN9B8–Genghis Khan (c1162-1227), c1937. Genghis Khan was the founder and first khagan of the Mongol Empire, which later became the largest contiguous land empire in history.
RMDDDCE5–Edinburgh Mela, 31st August 2013, Scotland’s biggest and best celebration of world music and dance in Leith Links, Scotland UK, including Sonya Sabri Company (dance), Ayawara (dance and drumming), Ustad Ali Hafeez Khan (traditional Qawwali and Sufi music) and stilt walkers
RM2C5PAWH–Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan (1982) directed by Nicholas Meyer and starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley and Ricardo Montalban. Memorable sequel in which pits Captain Kirk against Khan, a genetically engineered superhuman who Kirk exiled in an episode of the original TV series.
RM2FMXCTM–Asalat Khan (d.1647 or 1648), Paymaster General of the Mughal Empire, portrait painting, circa 1645
RMM0XYDH–Taizong, better known as Ögedei Khan
RMM098HF–Genghis Khan (c.1162-1227), portrait of the founder of the Mongol Empire, paint and ink on silk, 14th century
RM2B00NA4–Afghanistan: Mirwais Hotak (1673-1715). Hajji Mirwais Khan Hotak (1673–1715) was an influential tribal chief of the Ghilzai Pashtuns from Kandahar, Afghanistan, who founded the Hotaki Dynasty that ruled a wide area in Persia and Afghanistan from 1709 to 1738.
RMGG292M–Rashid Al-Din (1247-1318) Gengis Khan (1167-1227) entre deux dignitaires mongols Miniature du Jami al-tawarikh (Histoire universelle). 14e siècle Paris, Bilbiothèque Nationale
RMAE5XE3–Genghis Khan leading the Mongol conquest of China. Hand-colored woodcut
RMDDRYMF–Genghis Khan, Mongol warrior and conqueror, (1780). Artist: Pierre Duflos
RMGA4PFE–Cricket - Pakistan Photocall. Imran Khan, Pakistan
RF2BDXHMD–Marco Polo with Kublai Khan Army, 1287
RMMM41EP–Khan El Umdan. Acre. 1960
RMDYERRN–Ogedei Khan (1186-1241)
RMJGE97J–Taizu, better known as Genghis Khan, 14th century
RM2R1D2R4–The enthronement of Ögedei, c14th century. After Rashid al-Din Hamadani (1247-1318). Ögedei Khan was second khagan emperor of the Mongol Empire and the third son of Genghis Khan.
RMDDDCDY–Edinburgh Mela, 31st August 2013, Scotland’s biggest and best celebration of world music and dance in Leith Links, Scotland UK, including Sonya Sabri Company (dance), Ayawara (dance and drumming), Ustad Ali Hafeez Khan (traditional Qawwali and Sufi music) and stilt walkers Credit:
RMBYYRDC–Dost Mohammad Khan, 1793 to 1863. Emir of Afghanistan.
RMC46BG6–King Amanullah Khan and his wife, Suraya
RMK379T3–STAR TREK III THE WRATH OF KHAN Date: 1982
RM2H9G6NK–Kublai Khan (1215-1294), Emperor of the Mongol Empire (1260-1294), portrait painting by Araniko (Anige), 1294
RM2HN1W1Y–Muhammad Dervish Khan, 1788. Painting by Elisabeth Louise Vigée-LeBrun
RMM6W444–Kublai Khan (c.1215-1294), portrait of the fifth Khagan (Great Khan) of the Mongol Empire, paint and ink on silk, 1294
RM2B00NA0–Afghanistan: Amanullah Khan (June 1, 1892 – April 25, 1960), ruler of the Emirate of Afghanistan from 1919 to 1929, first as Amir and after 1926 as Shah. He led Afghanistan to independence over its foreign affairs from the United Kingdom, and his rule was marked by dramatic political and social change.
RMGG2A30–Gengis Khan preaching at Bukhara mosque 14th century Persian school London, British museum
RMAGE9M2–CHAKA KHAN American singer about 1987
RMAEXM53–Marco Polo carried in elephant car of Kublai Khan during his visit to China 1200s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMMPTKNX–Asaf Khan IV, 17th century. Artist: Unknown.
RMG9B1WH–Cricket - Glamorgan CCC Photocall. Majid Khan, Glamorgan
RMHRP0Y2–Genghis Khan, Supreme Emperor of the Mongols
RMMKMTCM–Khubilai Khan 1320
RMDYERRP–Genghis Khan, 14th century portrait
RMFAR846–Boarding sculptures on rafts at Preah Khan, Cambodia, circa 1880
RMD8A7H8–ABU THALEB KHAN
RM2PT0F0H–Genghis Khan (c1162-1227) holding court with his wife Börte (c1161-1230). By Donn Philip Crane (1878-1944). Their sons Jochi (c1182-1227), Chagatai (1183-1242), Ögedei (c1186-1241) and Tolui (c1191-1232) pay homage to their father.
RMGR8X08–Sara Khan, the British Muslim human rights activist and the director of Inspire, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Edinburgh, Scotland. 28th August 2016
RMG3E3FD–Sher Ali Khan, c. 1825 – 1879. Amir of Afghanistan.
RMCPJ3G0–Victor Emmanuel III. and Amanullah Khan, 1928
RMK38PH3–STAR TREK: THE WRATH OF KHAN LEONARD NIMOY Date: 1982
RM2H9G6ND–Kublai Khan (1215-1294), Emperor of the Mongol Empire (1260-1294), portrait painting by Araniko (Anige), 1294
RMRC2DM4–Mohammad Afzal Khan (1811 – 1867) Emir of Afghanistan from 1865 to 1867
RM2M5K4ED–Noor Inayat Khan. Portrait of the British Special Operations Executive (SOE) agent, Noor-un-Nisa Inayat Khan (1914-1944), c. 1943
RM2RWRGT9–Laos: A bamboo bridge across the Nam Khan River, Luang Prabang. Luang Prabang was formerly the capital of a kingdom of the same name. Until the communist takeover in 1975, it was the royal capital and seat of government of the Kingdom of Laos. The city is nowadays a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
RMGG2C0N–Nehru and Ali Khan (prime minister of Pakistan), during the signing of the agreeement between India and Pakistan 1947 India National Archives - Washington
RMAGE9M0–CHAKA KHAN American singer about 1987
RMADW8RF–Venetian trader Marco Polo welcomed at the court of Kublai Khan in China 1200s. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMERGFHE–'Great Khan' s Coronation, First King of Tartary' - from miniature in 'Fleur des Histoires de la Terre d'Orient', 15th century
RMHRP6E2–Kublai Khan, Emperor of China, Yuan Dynasty
RMG1CBN4–Portrait of Hyder Khan, the Governor of Ghuznee. Dated 19th Century
RMFAR84K–Taking in the view Preah Khan Ruins, Siem Reap, Cambodia, circa 1880
RMG3B3NF–DOST MOHAMMED KHAN
RM2R327M8–Hulagu Khan (c1217-1265). After a 16th century drawing produced in the Bukhara region of Uzbekistan. Hulagu Khan was a Mongol ruler who conquered much of Western Asia. Son of Tolui and the Keraite princess Sorghaghtani Beki, he was a grandson of Genghis Khan and brother of Ariq Böke, Möngke Khan, and Kublai Khan.
RMGR8X34–Sara Khan, the British Muslim human rights activist and the director of Inspire, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Edinburgh, Scotland. 28th August 2016
RMHXPHP0–Krum, Khan of Bulgaria, from c. 803–814. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMCPHTJR–Prince Khan Mirza in St. Petersburg, 1900
RMK38PHW–STAR TREK: THE WRATH OF KHAN WILLIAM SHATNER , LEONARD NIMOY Date: 1982
RMTRFXGA–Muhammad Jakub khan, emir of Afghanistan, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMRC2DM1–Mohammad Azam Khan, Emir of Afghanistan from October 7, 1867 to February 21, 1868.
RMKEHPNT–Mohammed Alim Khan,Emir of Bukhara,Portrait,Prokudin-Gorskii Collection,1911
RM2RWRGT5–Laos: A bamboo bridge across the Nam Khan River, Luang Prabang. Luang Prabang was formerly the capital of a kingdom of the same name. Until the communist takeover in 1975, it was the royal capital and seat of government of the Kingdom of Laos. The city is nowadays a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
RMCPJF33–My Name is Khan
RMA31W0N–STAR TREK : THE WRATH OF KHAN 1982 film with James Doohan and William Shatner at right
RMAM2M3B–Kublai Khan Mongol leader of China. Hand-colored woodcut
RMERGFKY–'Great Khan' s Coronation, First King of Tartary' - from miniature in 'Fleur des Histoires de la Terre d'Orient', 15th century
RMGA4PEM–Cricket - Sussex CCC Photocall. Imran Khan, Sussex CCC
RMG15M51–14th century manuscript depicts Ilig Khan, leader of the Turkish Qarakhanids submitting to Mahmud. Mahmud's forces included elephants that terrified the Qarakhanids. Elephants were a powerful psychological factor in warfare. They were indestructible from
RMMKMTCJ–Khubilai Khan Hunting 1280
RMEX6K30–Congress party official Ghaffar Khan with Mahatma Gandhi 1935
RMMPBKGC–Hulagu Khan and his Christian wife Doquz Khatun depicted as the new Constantine and Helena in a Syrian Bible.
RMDR22PP–A PERSIAN KHAN
RM2PFPF13–Marco Polo (c1254-1324), together with his father and uncle are received by the Kublai Khan (1215-1294). By Donn Philip Crane (1878-1944). In 1269, Niccolò Polo (c1230-c1294) and Maffeo Polo (c1230-c1309), returned to Venice to meet Marco for the first time. The three of them embarked on an epic journey to Asia, exploring many places along the Silk Road until they reached Cathay (China), where they were received by the royal court of Kublai Khan.
RMGR8WRR–Sara Khan, the British Muslim human rights activist and the director of Inspire, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Edinburgh, Scotland. 28th August 2016
RMC2A8HM–Entrance to the Khan el-Khalili souk or market in Cairo, Egypt, in the 19th century.
RMC46BHD–King Amanullah Khan in Dover, 1928
RMK38PHP–STAR TREK: THE WRATH OF KHAN LEONARD NIMOY, WILLIAM SHATNER Date: 1982
RMTRFYA2–Mahamad Ali Khan, lived circa 1750, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMRC2DKP–King Amanullah I, Amānullāh Khān, sovereign of the Kingdom of Afghanistan from 1919 to 1929, first as Emir. King Amanullah I
RMKEHPNR–Isfandiyar Jurji Bahadur,Khan of Khanate of Khiva,Portrait,Prokudin-Gorskii Collection,1911
RM2B0118M–China/Mongolia: Yuan dynasty banknote with its printing plate, 1287. Photo by PHGCOM (CC BY-SA 3.0 License). Yuan dynasty banknote with its printing plate, 1287, utilising Chinese characters and the phags-pa Tibetan script adapted from Tibetan for use with Mongolian on the orders of Kublai Khan, c. 1269.