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  Gegeen Khan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gegeen Khan (Classical Mongolian: Gegegen qaɤan; Khalkha Mongolian: Гэгээн хаан gegeen haan), born Shidibala (from Sanskrit Siddhipāla) and served as Emperor Yingzong of Yuan China, was the ninth grand-khan of the Mongol Empire (Dai-ön Ulus/Yuan Dynasty).
He was the eldest son of Ayurbarwada Buyantu Khan and Radnashiri (from Sanskrit Ratnashri) of the Khunggirad clan.
Shidibala's powerful grandmother Dagi installed Shidibala as Crown Prince, and then as Khan, since he was mothered by a Khunggirad khatun.
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 Khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Khan was born in World War II he served as a captain and later as a major.
Kubla Khan Kubla Khan is a poem by hallucination.
Sardar Mohammad Hashim Khan Sardar Mohammad Hashim Khan was a Afghanistan.
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 Encyclopedia: Mongol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Khan's initial plan of conquest if people resisted was sacking all that was valuable, and then razing the city and killing the resistance, leaving only artists and human shields (for future campaigns) to survive.
Genghis Khan himself was extremely supportive to people that were loyal to him and even to his enemies.
Genghis Khan to chase the enemy leader until he was killed, so that he couldn't be a rallying point for his armies.
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 MONGOLS - Encyclopedia Britannica - MONGOLS - JCSM's Study Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
How this dominion was extended under the rule of Jenghiz Khan is shown in the article JENGHIZ KHAN, and when that great conqueror was laid to rest in the valley of Kilien in 1227 he left to his sons an empire which stretched from the China Sea to the banks of the Dnieper.
Early in the 17th century the Russians sent an embassy to the court of the Golden Khan with the object of persuading the Mongol khan to acknowledge allegiance to the tsar.
In an engagement with a neighbouring Tatar tribe their khan was captured and sent as a propitiatory present to the Kin emperor, who put him to death by nailing him on a wooden ass.
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 Mongols   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Temujin Genghis Khan had Merkit ties: his mother was the wife of Chiledu, abducted from him by Genghis' father, sparking a long-running feud.
Those that remained under the domination of Ismail Khan were united under the collective name of Greater Nogai Horde, and they recognised the domination of Ivan IV (1555-1557).
Subdued by Temujin Genghis Khan in the late 12th century, and merged with the Mongols therafter...
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 list of mongol khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
During the reign of Toghun Temür Khan, the Yuan Dynasty retreated from China.
The following Khad are successors of Dayan Khan and directly ruled Chakhar.
Lingdan Khan's son Ejei surrendered to Hong Taiji and the title of Grand Khan was succeeded by Manchu Emperors.
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Buyantu Khan (Ayurparibhadra) (1285 - 1320) he was ruler of the Mongol Empire from 1311 to 1320.
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 MONGOLS - Online Information article about MONGOLS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Khan, who was eighth in descent from Budantsar, made his authority See also:
His nephew and successor, Buyantu (Chinese Yen-tsung), was a man of considerable culture, and substantially patronized Chinese literature.
Among these were the Tumeds, one of whose chiefs, Altan Khan (Chinese Yen-ta), is famous in later Mongol history for the power he acquired.
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 BabelStone : 'Phags-pa Script : Overview
The future grand Khan and Emperor of China was a powerful figure to win over to Buddhism, and it was his patronage that set the course for the conversion of the Mongols to Tibetan Buddhism.
When Kublai Khan assumed leadership of the Mongol tribes in 1260 he conferred upon 'Phags-pa the additional title of "National Preceptor" (Chinese 國師), and commissioned him to create a new national script to replace the Uighur-based script devised sixty years earlier under the auspices of Genghis Khan.
It is probable that Kublai Khan hoped that the new 'Phags-pa script would overcome the problems associated with the old Uighur-based script, and be used throughout the Mongolian empire as a single unified script for writing all the disparate languages.
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Underneath the Great Khan are the nobles, or {\i Noyan, }who rule over the clans and tribes in peace, and act as officers during war.
The Khans word is law, and defiance of his law is punishable by torture and death of the offender and his family.
There may be up to half a dozen, lead by the {\i Great Khan}, the \tab greatest of Khan's, nominated by his predecessor.{\i \par }\pard \qj {\i kopchur-}taxes on nomads, herds, and cattle breeders.{\i \par }\pard \qj {\i kumiss}-an alcoholic drink made of fermented mare's milk.
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 The Alekseev Manuscript - Chapter VIII - Iron Age in Eurasia
Alexeev mentions two additional migrations, that of Jenghiz Khan in the beginning of the thirteenth century and in the seventeenth century a migration of Russians to Siberia, Alaska, and the west coast of California in the United States.
The ruins of Merv consist of the Bairam Ali Khan "kalah" (citadel) built by a son of Tamerlane and destroyed by the Bokharians and another "kalah", a walled enclosure, called Abdullah Khan.
When Jenghiz Khan is laid to rest in 1227 he leaves to his sons an empire that extends from the China Sea to the banks of the Dnieper.
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 MONGOLIA - Online Information article about MONGOLIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Their internal or tribal affairs were in the hands of the princes, those which concerned a whole aimak being settled at gatherings of the princes under the eldest of them, named See also:
KHAN (from the Turki, hence Persian and Arabic Khan)
Outer Mongolia, the remainder of the territory, has 4 aimaks, three of which are under hereditary khans.
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 List of Mongol Khans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Genghis Khan (1167-1227), the great Mongol emperor whose grandson founded...
Great Khan of the Mongols, who passed away in Mongolia in December 1241...
The Mongols under Kubilai who fully conquered China had theoretical suzerainty over the entire Mongol Empire, but this became nominal even during Kubilai's reign itself.
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The enraged Khan ordered his unfaithful wife strangled but afterwards buried her with imperial honors and frequently came to her tomb to weep for his lost love." "And what happened to Damcharen?" I inquired.
The strongest impression was produced upon me by Karakorum, the place where the cruel and wise Jenghiz Khan lived and laid his gigantic plans for overrunning all the west with blood and for covering the east with a glory never before seen.
Two Karakorums were erected by Jenghiz Khan, one here near Tatsa Gol on the Caravan Road and the other in Pamir, where the sad warriors buried the greatest of human conquerors in the mausoleum built by five hundred captives who were sacrificed to the spirit of the deceased when their work was done.
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Aga Buryatia - Aymag - Aimak - Airag - Altai - Altaic languages - Altan Khan - Altan Khan of the Khalkha - Amur - Arhangay aymag - Asashoryu Akinori - Aymags of Mongolia
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Manchukuo - Marco Polo - Mausoleum of Genghis Khan - Mengjiang - Mengke Bateer - MIAT-Mongolian - Military of Mongolia - Möngke Khan
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 List of Mongol Khans -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Grand Khan of the (additional info and facts about Mongol Empire) Mongol Empire
The following Khad are successors of (additional info and facts about Dayan Khan) Dayan Khan and directly ruled (additional info and facts about Chakhar) Chakhar.
Lingdan Khan's son Ejei surrendered to (additional info and facts about Hong Taiji) Hong Taiji and the title of Grand Khan was succeeded by (The Tungusic language spoken by the Manchu people) Manchu Emperors.
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 Working Papers-National Questions and National Answers
After the fall of the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368), ruled by the Mongols, the ruling family, descended from Chinggis Khan, had continued to dominate the Mongolian plateau.
By the eighteenth century, however, authors within Mongolia's "country" historiographical tradition, well outside the court tradition of Beijing, had come to adopt the use of ulus to mean state or dynasty.
The Mongolians could simply transcribe the term, but khan', the transcription resulting from the standard rules, is the same as the Mongolian word from "friendly," which hardly describes the Mongolians' sentiments towards the Han.
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 Gegeen Khan -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
He was the eldest son of (additional info and facts about Ayurbarwada Buyantu Khan) Ayurbarwada Buyantu Khan and Radnashiri of the Khunggirad clan.
In return for his own crown princeship, Ayurbarwada promised his elder brother (additional info and facts about Khayishan) Khayishan to appoint Khayishan's son as Crown Prince after his succession.
(additional info and facts about Mongol Khan) Mongol Khan (Dai-ön/ (The basic unit of money in China) Yuan)
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 Beasts, Men and Gods by Ferdinand Ossendowski - Full Text Free Book (Part 3/5)
dilapidated gate of Kublai, the grandson of Jenghiz Khan.
successors, Ugadai Khan and Kublai in the thirteenth century.
Khan, one here near Tatsa Gol on the Caravan Road and the other in
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 China, Past and Present Rulers. Set your browser to Unicode UTF8
Kublai Khan names his dynasty "Yuan2 元" in 1271 and conquers Song4 宋 China in 1279
The Mongol Warriors - Genghis Khan, Kublai Khan, Hülegü, Tamerlane.
Some other pages of interest, especially regarding the Age of the Warlord.
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House of Commons 1992-- _1929-- Boqdo Gegen Khan last king of Urga 1874-1912; only king of Outer Mongolia 1912-1924 _1870-1924 Borah, William Edgar US Rep. polit.; Senator from Idaho 1907-1940; opposed US entrance into League of Nations _1865-1940 Borchard, Edwin US jurist _1884-1951 Borchgrevink, Carsten Egeberg Norw.
marshal _1864-1921 Bulugan regent of Mongol Empire 1307; wife of Temur Khan _12XX-1307 Bulwer, [William] Henry Lytton Earle Eng.
in S. Africa; gov-gen. of Union of S. Africa 1914-1920 _1853-1934 Buyantu Khan (Ayurparibhadra) ruler of Mongol Empire 1311-1320; brother of Kulug Khan _1285-1320 Buyoya, Pierre Burundian Tutsi army officer, polit., & reformer; overthrew Jean Baptiste Bagaza; pres.
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