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  Kommersant - Russia's Daily Online
Astrakhan Region extends 120 km from west to east between Kalmykia and Kazakhstan and 375 km from north to south along the Volga and Akhtuba rivers to the Caspian Sea.
The Astrakhan Khanate that formed was a typical feudal state with a population of nomadic cattle herders.
After the Astrakhan Khanate was annexed to Russia in 1556, the city was moved from the right bank of the Volga to the left, where a Russian fortress (Kremlin) was built in 1558.
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  The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Khanate existed in the 15th and 16th centuries in the area adjacent to the mouth of the Volga river, where the contemporary city of Astrakhan is now located.
The North-Western Caspian seaside was a southern boundary and the Crimean Khanate bounded Astrakhan on the west.
Ivan dispatched soldiers to Astrakhan, establishing Darwish Khan as a vassal ruler of the Astrakhan Khanate in 1554.
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 astrakhan khanate - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
The Astrakhan Khanate was a predominantly Turkic (Tatar) state which existed in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the area adjacent to the mouth of the Volga, where the contemporary city of Astrakhan is now located.
This empire, too, was wracked by civil war, and the semi-independent Astrakhan Khanate was established by Qasim Khan around 1466.
In 1552 Tsar Ivan IV of Russia, also known as Ivan the Terrible, captured Kazan, and also dispatched soldiers to Astrakhan, establishing Darwish Khan as a vassal ruler of the Astrakhan Khanate in 1554.
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 RUSNET.NL :: Encyclopedia :: A :: Astrakhan
Astrakhan is situated on the islands in the delta of the Volga river.
Astrakhan was first mentioned in the 13th century; situated at the cross of caravan and water routs, Astrakhan turned into a large trade city very quickly.
In the middle of the 17th century Astrakhan became one of the border fortresses of Russia, protecting the mouth of the Volga.
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 History of Astrakhan, Russia
Modern Astrakhan was founded in 1558 as a wooden fortress on the Hare's hill washed by the Volga and its tributaries.
In 1605-1606 Astrakhan was occupied and ruined by Cossack.
In the middle of the XVII Astrakhan was one of the fortresses of Russia which protected the territory of the Volga.
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 Astrakhan at AllExperts
Astrakhan is situated in the Volga Delta, rich in sturgeons and exotic plants.
Astrakhan itself was first mentioned by travellers in the early 13th century as Xacitarxan.
From 1459 to 1556, Xacitarxan was the capital of Astrakhan Khanate.
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 Region of Astrakhan
Astrakhan Khanate was founded in the city of Astrahan where the Idyll (Volga) River flowed into the Caspian Sea.
Furthermore, the Astrakhan Khanate was established by Kasim Khan, son of Mahmud who was the son of Little Muhammed with the capital city of Astrakhan next to the Nogay Orda (1466).
Astrakhan Khanate led a relatively peaceful life in the periods of Kâsim Khan (1466-1490) and his brother, Abdülkerim Khan (1499-1504) with the capital city of Saray through the provision of the collaboration with their uncle that dominated in most of the regions of the former Golden Horde State.
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 Astrakhan Cossacks Information
Astrakhan Cossack Host (Астраханское казачье войско in Russian) was a Cossack host of Imperial Russia drawn from the Cossacks of the Lower Volga region, who had been patrolling the banks of the Volga River from the time of Russia's annexation of Astrakhan Khanate in 1556.
In 1737, the Russian government relocated a number of the Volga Cossacks to Astrakhan and formed a Cossack unit of 3 sotnyas, or 300 men, for escorting couriers and correspondence and for guard duty, which would be re-organized into the Astrakhan regiment (5 sotnyas, or 500 men) on March 28, 1750.
In 1833, it was transferred from under the authority of the Caucasus corps to the governor (ataman) of Astrakhan.
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 Astrakhan Khanate
The Astrakhan Khanate was a predominantly Turkic (Tatar) state which existed in the 15 and 16th centuries in the area adjacent to the mouth of the Volga river, where the contemporary city of Astrakhan is now located.
In 1552 Tsar Ivan IV of Russia, also known as Ivan the Terrible, captured Kazan, and dispatched soldiers to Astrakhan, establishing Darwish Khan as a vassal ruler of the Astrakhan Khanate in 1554.
The khanate's capital was destroyed in 1556 by Ivan IV.
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The Khanate existed in the 15th and 16th centuries in the area adjacent to the mouth of the Volga river, where the contemporary city of Astrakhan is now located.
The North-Western Caspian seaside was a southern boundary and the Crimean Khanate bounded Astrakhan on the west.
Ivan dispatched soldiers to Astrakhan, establishing Darwish Khan as a vassal ruler of the Astrakhan Khanate in 1554.
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 Astrakhan. Girls, Women, Brides dating and marriage agency from city Astrakhan, Russia . Gifts and Flowers Delivery
Astrakhan is situated in the South-West of the European part of Russia, in the South part of the East-European plain.
In the West Astrakhan region borders with the Kalmykya-Halm Tangch Republic, in the North - with the Volgograd region, in the East - with the Kazakhstan Republic, in the South it's washed by the Caspian sea.
Astrakhan is known for contrasts - boundless steppes and shrub-grown banks, the north Caspian ice-bound for half a year, and lush lotuses in the Volga estuary.
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 Astrakhan Khanate | Topic Definition | Find the Meaning and Define the Answer of Astrakhan Khanate
In 1552 Tsar Ivan IV of Russia, also known as Ivan the Terrible, captured Kazan, and also dispatched soldiers to Astrakhan, establishing Darwesh Khan as a vassal ruler of the Astrakhan Khanate in 1554.
It is believed that Dervish Khan conspired with the Crimean Khanate to drive the Russians out of the region.
Darwesh Khan escaped to the castle of Azov.
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 Siberia Khanate information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It broke up into four separate Khanates: the mighty Khanate of Kazan, the Khanate of Astrakhan, the Khanate of Crimea which would become tributary to the Ottoman Turks and the remote and weak Siberia Khanate, which is an anachronistic rendering of its actual name Khanate of Sibir.
The Khanate was mainly populated by Siberian Tatars.
The Siberian Khanate was easily overrun by Russian cossacks under Yermak Timofeyevich in the 1570s as they explored and subdued the sparsely populated, vast subcontinent.
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 Astrakhan Khanate - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
The Astrakhan Khanate was a predominantly Turkic state which existed in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the area adjacent to the mouth of the Volga, where the contemporary city of Astrakhan is now located.
This empire, too, was wracked by civil war, and the semi-independent Astrakhan Khanate was established by Kasim Khan around 1466.
In 1552 Tsar Ivan IV of Russia, also known as Ivan the Terrible, captured Kazan, and also dispatched soldiers to Astrakhan, establishing Dervish Khan as a vassal ruler of the Astrakhan Khanate in 1554.
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 Astrakhan Khanate   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Astrakhan Khanate was a predominanty Turkic state which existed in 15th and 16th centuries in the area adjacent to the Volga mouth, where contemporary Astrakhan city is located.
The Khanate was a subject of numerous invasions.
Dervish Khan escaped to the castle of Azov.
www.centipedia.com /articles/Astrakhan_Khanate   (232 words)

  
 The Tatar Khanate of Crimea - All Empires
The Crimean Khanate was one of the many remnants of the Golden Horde, the north-western division of the seprated Mongol Empire.
Although the Kazan Khanate defended valiantly, the Tsar was able to seize the lands in the west side of the Volga, settled mostly by Chuvash and Cirmis (non-Tatar tribes).
In 1554 a Russian army seized Astrakhan practically without a fight and it placed the Tsar's ally Derwish Ali on the throne (ultimately, in 1566 Astrakhan was annexed to the state of Tsars).
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 Astrakhan
A year later, the Sultan renounced his claims to Astrakhan, thus opening the entire Volga River to Russian traffic.
For 17 months in 1670-71 Astrakhan was held by Stenka Razin and his Cossacks.
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
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 Astrakhan Khanate - Definition, explanation
The Astrakhan Khanate was a predominantly Turkic (Tatar) state which existed in the 15 and 16th centuries in the area adjacent to the mouth of the Volga river, where the contemporary city of Astrakhan is now located.
In 1552 Tsar Ivan IV of Russia, also known as Ivan the Terrible, captured Kazan, and dispatched soldiers to Astrakhan, establishing Darwish Khan as a vassal ruler of the Astrakhan Khanate in 1554.
The khanate's capital was destroyed in 1556 by Ivan IV.
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The final destruction happened after 1556 when Ivan IV of Russia conquered Astrakhan Khanate.
The khan's court, palaces, and courts, and mosques are all made of stone.
But now all these buildings are being dismantled and the stone is being taken to Astrakhan.
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 WHKMLA : Russian Conquest of Astrakhan, 1554-1556
In 1554 he launched the first expedition against the Khanate of Astrakhan, in which the Russians took control of the countryside.
The city of Astrakhan fell after a siege in 1556, and the Khanate also was annexed into the Russian Empire.
The city of Astrakhan herself was relocated from the right to the left bank of the Volga (so to facilitate easier defense against a future attack from Central Asia).
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 Rusintour.Com: Astrakhan
Astrakhan is sited in the Volga River delta on the northeastern shore of the Caspian Sea.
Astrakhan was founded by the Tatar Golden Horde in 1240-50, near the site of the earlier Khazar capital of Itil (7th-10th centuries).
It became an important trading centre and the capital of Astrakhan Khanate; in 1558 it was conquered by Ivan the Terrible, who built a large citadel (Kremlin) on the left bank of the Volga, around which a new city developed.
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 Ivan IV Vasilyevich biography - S9.com
It was during his reign that the first printing press was introduced to Russia.
1552 - Ivan was able to win Kazan Khanate, and annexed its territory.
1556 - Ivan was able to annexed Astrakhan Khanate and destroyed the largest slave market.
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 Astrakhan information - Search.com
Astrakhan coat of arms features the Khan's crown and a sabre
Astrakhan (Russian: А́страхань; Tatar: Ästerxan), a major city in southern European Russia and the administrative center of Astrakhan Oblast.
The ruins of this medieval settlement were found by archaeologists 12 km upstream from the modern-day city.
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 Russian Ivan IV, Ivan IV composer, Ivan IV the terrible, Ivan the IV, Ivan IV of Russia, czar Ivan IV on ...
Despite the domestic turmoil of Ivan's late period, Muscovy continued to wage wars and to expand.
Ivan defeated and annexed the Kazan' Khanate on the middle Volga in 1552 and later the Astrakhan' Khanate, where the Volga meets the Caspian Sea.
Yermak defeated the Siberian Khanate and claimed the territories west of the Ob' and Irtysh rivers for Muscovy (see fig.
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 Russia
2 Oct 1552 Kazan Khanate annexed by Russia.
2 Jun 1554 Astrakhan Khanate occupied, annexed 1557.
26 Oct 1582 Sibir Khanate (near Tobolsk) occupied.
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