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 Nogai Khan - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Nogai Khan aka Kara Nogay (died 1299) was a Khan of the Golden Horde and a great-grandson of Genghis Khan.
Nogai first appears as a battle commander in the late 1250s, fighting in Poland and plundering Cracow.
His son by Euphrosyne, Chaka, became khan of Bulgaria and his name was borne by the Nogai Horde, who ruled east of the Ural river.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Nogai_Khan   (325 words)

  
 Nogais   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Nogais, also spelled Nogay, Noghai, and often called the Caucasian Mongols ("Caucasian" refers to their geographic position, in the Caucasus mountains, not to their ethnicity), are a Turkic people, and an important ethnic group in the Daghestan region who speak the Turkic Nogai language.
The Nogai are descendants of Kipchaks who mingled with their Mongol conquerors and formed the Nogai Horde (see that article for their khanate's history).
After the Russian annexation of Crimea, the Nogai pastoral land was occupied by the Slavic settlers, since the Nogais did not have permanent residence.
www.tocatch.info /en/Nogays.htm   (841 words)

  
 Mongols   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Presently this covers: the Golden Horde, the Jadirat, the Keraits, the Khalka, the Merkits, Mongolia, the Naimans, the Nogai, the Ordos, the Qaidu, Qara Khitai, the Sechen, Sibir (the White Horde), the Tatar, the Tumed, T'umen', and the Tushtietu.
The invasion of the Kalmucks forced several of the Nogai tribes to leave the steppes and withdraw to the foothills of the North Caucasus.
During the 1300's and 1400's the Nogai Horde lost cohesion and became wanderers in the Pontic steppe region.
www.hostkingdom.net /mongols.html   (1736 words)

  
 Khan - Free net encyclopedia
Khan was the title of the rulers of various break-away states later reintegrated in Iran, e.g.
The title Khan of Khans was among numerous titles used by the Sultans of the Ottoman empire as well as the rulers of the Golden Horde and its descendant states.
Khan Sahib Shri Babi was the complex title of the ruler of the Indian princely state of Bantva-Manavadar (state founded 1760; September 1947 acceded to Pakistan, but 15 February 1948 rescinded accession to Pakistan, to accede to India).
www.netipedia.com /index.php/Khan   (1641 words)

  
 Mongol invasion of Rus
In November 1237, Batu Khan sent his envoys to the court of Yuri II of Vladimir and demanded his submission.
Nogai Khan, half a century later, married a daughter of the Byzantine emperor, and gave his own daughter in marriage to a Russian prince, Theodor the Black.
The Golden Horde was succeeded by the Kazan, Astrakhan, Crimean, and Siberian khanates, as well as the Nogai Horde, which wreaked havoc in Muscovy in the course of the 15th and 16th centuries.
libraryoflibrary.com /E_n_c_p_d_Mongol_invasion_of_Russia.html   (2421 words)

  
 Khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Khan was also probably the title used by early Bulgar rulers, but is not attested in any inscriptions referring to them- the only similar title found so far, Kanasubigi, was used by only three of the Bulgarian rulers, namely Krum, Omurtag and Malamir, which were grandfather, son and a grandson, after them the title disappears.
The Nogays who transferred their allegiance to the Crimean khan when the Astrakhan Khanate collapsed in 1556, were an important element of the Crimean Khanate.
The rule of the last Crimean khan Sahin Giray was marked with increasing Russian influence and outbursts of violence from the side of the khan administration towards internal opposition.
libraryoflibrary.com /E_n_c_p_d_Khan.html   (4474 words)

  
 Staples, April 00
Nogai raids on Mennonite herds were a constant problem in the first two decades of settlement, and in 1811 four Mennonites were murdered by Nogais, leading the state to disarm all Nogais two years later.
Poor Nogais may have tried similar tactics, for in November 1846 Mennonite suppliers began requiring Nogai share-pasturers to provide written guarantees from village elders confirming their right to use the commons for contracted sheep, which implies that this right was in dispute.
In the ruling that rejected the Nogai petition, the Ministry of State Domains concluded that, although many of the murzas possessed legitimate proof of the noble status granted their ancestors by Catherine II in the eighteenth century, those ancestors were already long dead and claims based on their service had no significance.
www.goshen.edu /mqr/pastissues/apr00staples.html   (11431 words)

  
 Rus - Rulers
Mangu Temir, grandson of Batu is elected Khan of Kypchak Horde.
Nogai is assigned to command the Mongol armies in the Balkans.
Khan Mangu-Temir dies and his brother, Tuda-Mangu, is elected Khan of the Kypchak Horde.
www.xenophon-mil.org /rushistory/rulers/chron13cen.htm   (9747 words)

  
 swuklink: Searchable Time-Line     (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Death of the Byzantine emperor Nicephorus I in the Battle of Pliska, defeated by the Bulgar khan Krum; succeeded by Stauracius as Byzantine emperor
The grandson of Genghis Khan and the brother of Arik Boke, Mongke and Kublai Khan
Volga Bulgaria is conquered by Mongol khan Batu
www.swuklink.com /BAAAGDJA.php?srchstr=Khan   (3112 words)

  
 MONGOLS
QABUL Khan, son of TUMBINAI SECHEN Mongol Chieftain.  He led raids on the lands of the Tatars and attacked the Chinese, raising the political profile of the Mongols during the 11th century[3].  He put together a confederacy of Mongol tribes which fell apart after his death
JOCHI, son of JENGHIZ Khan ([1184]-1227).  He predeceased his father, whom he was destined to succeed in the western lands, collectively designated as the White Horde, which were divided between his sons on their grandfather's death in 1227. 
SALGHAN.  After Hulagu Khan's conquest of the Assassins in Persia, a number of the relatives of Grand Master Rukn ad-Din Khurshah were sent to her to exact vengeance for the murder of her father[58]. 
fmg.ac /Projects/MedLands/MONGOLS.htm   (3911 words)

  
 Khanate of the Golden Horde
Originally, however, it consisted of the lands Genghis Khan (1165-1227) bequeathed to his son Jochi (1184-1225): the territories west of the Irtysh River (modern Kazakhstan) and Khwarazm (consisting of parts of modern Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan).
During the reign of the successor of Genghis Khan, Ogodei Khan (d.1240/41), the Jochid Ulus or realm greatly expanded in size.
Despite an intense rivalry with Güyük Khan, Ogodei's son, Batu established the Golden Horde as a semi-independent part of the Mongol Empire.
www.accd.edu /sac/history/keller/Mongols/states3.html   (1075 words)

  
 IAUNRC - Kazakhstan
The present-day Kazaks became a recognizable group in the mid-fifteenth century, when clan leaders broke away from Abul Khayr, leader of the Uzbeks, to seek their own territory in the lands of Semirech'ye, between the Chu and Talas rivers in present-day southeastern Kazakstan.
The first mass uprising was led by Khan Kene (Kenisary Kasimov) of the Middle Horde, whose followers fought the Russians between 1836 and 1847.
Khan Kene is now considered a Kazak national hero.
www.indiana.edu /~iaunrc/regions/kazakhstan.html   (1435 words)

  
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Mongke Temur, Khan of the "Golden Horde" 1266-1280 [bro of (a) Tode Mongke, Khan 1280-87 abd, and (b) Bartu, the father of Tole Buqe, Khan 1287-1291]
Chuqi [Tshuke], Khan 1299-1300, bro of Turai [Buri], Khan 1300-1, and, bro of Zekireh Nogai, ancestor of the medieval Siberian khans
Taraghai Nuyan, Tartar Khan, and, governor/khan of the province of Transoxane in the Mongol empire (1350)
www.angelfire.com /ego/et_deo/asia2europe.wps.htm   (2816 words)

  
 Golden Horde - China-related Topics GM-GP - China-Related Topics
Jochi was the eldest, but he was already dead and his paternity was in doubt, so the most distant lands trodden by the Mongol hoof, then southern Ruthenia, were divided among his sons, Batu leader of the Blue Horde (East), and Orda KhanOrda, leader of the White Horde (West).
In 1357, the Khan Jani Beg was assassinationassassinated and the empire fell into a long civil war, averaging one new Khan per annum for the next few decades.
Mamai soon fell from power, and in 1378, Tokhtamysh, a descendant of Orda Khan and ruler of the White Horde, invaded and annexed the territory of the Blue Horde, establishing the Golden Horde.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Golden_Horde   (1007 words)

  
 The Red Kaganate - Bulgaria
At the end of the 6th century the Bulgars, a Turkic race, probably descended from the Huns, invaded under their Khan Asparukh and conquered the Slavs, adopting a position similar to the Norman overlords in England.
In 712 Khan Tervel helped depose Emperor Justinian II Rhinometos (so-called because his nose had been cut off) to regain his throne, though relations subsequently soured between the two.
He trapped and massacred their army in a mountain pass in 811, and had the skull of Emperor Nikephoros lined with silver to use as a drinking vessel.
www.geocities.com /kaganate/bulgaria.html   (2280 words)

  
 At least 17 killed in gun battle in Russia's Caucasus region - Military Photos
A senior official from the Stavropol administration was quoted by Interfax news agency as saying the gunmen were fighters from a "Nogai battalion," which fought against Russian forces in the separatist wars in Chechnya.
The Nogai are a Turkic-speaking ethnic group who live mainly in Dagestan.
Those who remained under the domination of Ismail Khan were united under the collective name of the "Great Nogay Horde", and recognised the domination of Ivan IV (1555-1557).
www.militaryphotos.net /forums/showthread.php?t=72464   (1184 words)

  
 BERKE Articles from AMAZINES.COM - The Article Database and EZine Publishers Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
It was under the rule of Berke as Khan, that the Golden, or Kipchak, Horde came to the defense of the Holy Land, defeating their Mongol cousins in alliance with the Mamluks.
Berke was one of the sons of Jochi, the eldest son of Genghis Khan.
During his government, the Mongols made a second attack against Poland, led by general Nogai Khan (Lublin, Sandomierz, Krakow and Bytom were plundered) in 1259, primarily to provide funds for his wars against Hulagu Khan the his Il-Khanate, due to Hulagu's horrific actions in 1258 sacked Baghdad.
www.amazines.com /Berke_related.html   (677 words)

  
 LOTE13 Newsfax, Turn 4
The Khan of Tarhain decided that he, for one, would not be pushed around, and waged a guerrilla war against the invaders.
A lesser khan approached, and Uldin learned that a raid from Mediolanum had burned nearly all the pay records and, more important, killed fifteen scribes who had understood the details of those records and the administration of a far-flung empire.
Uldin was forced to accede to their demands, and on August 16 of 414 held a conclave of the khans, kings, and thiufans, at which he announced that he declared the Siege of Mediolanum to be at an end, and turned them loose immediately on Liguria.
www.xmission.com /~bob/lote13/PriorFax/FaxT004.html   (21793 words)

  
 Informat.io on 1265
A map of the Byzantine Empire and surrounding lands in 1265.
The Mamluk Bahri dynasty of Egypt captures several cities and towns from Crusader states in the Middle East, including the cities of Haifa, Arsuf, and Caesarea Palaestina; these events eventually precipitate the Eighth Crusade in 1267.
Kublai Khan sends a delegation to Japan, which loots islands along the way.
www.informat.io /?title=1265   (396 words)

  
 1260s - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In the Mongol Empire, Kublai Khan became the supreme leader and moved his capital to Beijing; while he fought the southern Chinese Song Dynasty, the empire saw its first significant military defeats — first in Palestine at the hands of the Mamluks of Egypt, and later in the Caucasus.
1263 - Hulagu Khan is defeated in an attempted invasion north of the Caucasus.
Kublai Khan sends the Polos back with a message requesting the pope dispatch western scholars to teach in the Mongol Empire; however, this request is largely ignored.
enc.qba73.com /link-1260s   (3218 words)

  
 Romania Folk Natioanl Ethnic Popular Costumes
Nogai Tatars consider themselves as descended of the people of the Golden Horde.
They take their name from Nogai Khan, the grandson of Genghis Khan.
In Dobrogea, a few Nogai Tatars settled around 1600.
www.romanianmuseum.com /Romania/RomaniaEthnoTURK.html   (131 words)

  
 Nogai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Nogai people are a Turkic people who live mostly in the northwestern part of the Russian republic of Dagestan.
This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title.
Seven decades later, he's still finding the soul of the homes' design.
www.governpub.com /Languages-N/Nogai.php   (139 words)

  
 History Forum > How Did The Byzantines Defend Against The Mongols?
Granted, the Rum Seljuks were defeated into submission, but by the time Genghis Khan came around the Seljuks were all but gone from Mesopotamia.
Apr 24 2005, 09:50 PM Actually, the Mongols did fight against the Byzantines, but that was not during their "conquests period." The Byzantines avoided the Mongol conquests because of their location.
However, the Nogai Horde, which was one of the "provincial" components of the Golden Horde, raided Thrace a few times.
www.simaqianstudio.com /forum/lofiversion/index.php?t3183.html   (1139 words)

  
 Tree: Juchi (Juji Jochi Dzoczi Djouchi Djudji) KHAN
First KHAN of the GOLDEN HORDE; (Although Genghis has hundreds of millions of biological descendants, it is interesting that the major documented lines are through Juchi, who was probably not Genghis' son.)
Children: Batu `the Splendid' (1st/2nd) KHAN of the GOLDEN HORDE ; Teval (KHAN) of SIBERIA ; Orda Itshen Khan
His (poss.) Great Grandchildren: Mongke Temur KHAN of the GOLDEN HORDE ; Theodora ; Nogai KHAN (of the GOLDEN HORDE) ; Saritja Kundjek
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~jamesdow/s008/f708766.htm   (82 words)

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