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  AllRefer.com - Mongolia - Successors of Chinggis, 1228-59 - Ogedei and Continuing Conquests | Mongolian Information ...
Ogedei refused to divide the conquered region with the Song, which in 1234 attempted to seize part of the former Jin empire.
Ogedei committed the Mongols, whose total population could not have exceeded 1 million, to an offensive war against the most populous nation on earth, while other Mongol armies were invading Iran, Anatolia, Syria, and the steppes of western Siberia and Russia.
Ogedei and his progeny were awarded China and the other lands of East Asia.
reference.allrefer.com /country-guide-study/mongolia/mongolia23.html   (598 words)

  
 The Mongol Empire
When Ogedei was appointed to be the next Khan, the other sons of Genghis Khan benefited as well.
Ogedei not only conquered the Jin Dynasty, he also took control of Persia, Korea, Poland, Hungary, and most of Russia with the help of Batu Khan and Subedei.
The reason there was a gap from Ogedei’s death in 1241 till Guyuk was elected in 1246 was because various other princes stalled the process of selecting the khan in hopes of being picked themselves.
www.bol.ucla.edu /~justinng/importantfigures.html   (1071 words)

  
 Genghis Khan - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Before invasion of an opposition, Genghis and his generals made extensive preparation in Kurultai to decide how the upcoming war will be conducted and as well as which generals will participate in the campaign; meanwhile they would thoroughly accumulate intelligence from their opponents, which after then hostilities would be calculated.
Chagatai was next eldest son of Genghis, but he was considered a hothead, and so was given Central Asia and northern Iran.
Ogedei, third oldest was made Great Khan and given China.
open-encyclopedia.com /Temujin   (4219 words)

  
 Mongolwyr - Wicipedia
In 1227, Genghis Khan died, leaving the Empire to his son Ogedei Khan.
Ogedei Khan continued the expansion into Western Asia, also conquering Korea and Northern China.
The armies of the Mongols had reached Poland and Egypt by 1241, and looked poised to continue, when Ogedei Khan died, leaving no clear successor.
cy.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mongolwyr   (2178 words)

  
 Golden Horde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tolui, the youngest, was given the Mongol homeland.
In 1241, however, the Great Khan Ogedei died, and Batu turned back from his siege of Vienna to take part in disputing the succession.
In the same year, the Blue Horde split when Batu's younger brother Shayban left Batu's army to establish his own horde east of the Ural Mountains along the Ob and Irtysh Rivers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Golden_Horde   (938 words)

  
 Read about Mongols at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Mongols and learn about Mongols here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ogedei Khan was elected by the tribes to succeed him.
Ogedei Khan continued the expansion into North-Eastern Asia, conquering Korea and Northern China in the process.
When Ogedei Khan suddenly died, Mongol law required all descendants of Genghis to return and elect a new Khan.
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/Mongol   (1424 words)

  
 Ögedei Khan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was elected supreme khan in 1229, according to the kuriltai held after Genghis' death, although this was never really in doubt as it was Genghis' clear wish that he be succeeded by Ögedei.
Ogedei was a physically big man, jovial and charismatic, who seems mostly to have been interested in enjoying good times.
He did not inherit Genghis Khan's genius, but he was intelligent and steady in character, despite being an alcoholic.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ogedei_Khan   (365 words)

  
 l5r.co.uk - Return to City of Lies
Ogedei decides to visit the peasants in the village to obtain some sort of steed in order to help him to move about more easily outside.
Ogedei and Usuia go up to Yasuki Nori's private apartments to see if the old man is unharmed, but is disturbed to see no sign of Goshiro, the bodyguard.
Beneath the Temple of Harike, Iuchi Ogedei, his yojombo Shinjo Usuia, Kuni Akagi, Hida Hiroshi and his apprentice Hida Takashi have discovered a room containing a suit of armour emblazoned with the symbols of the Sun and the Moon upon its breastplate and a crystalline samurai statue.
l5r.co.uk /chronicles/city_of_lies.htm   (11534 words)

  
 l5r.co.uk - The Scorpion's Sting
Ogedei and Hiroshi persuade him not to end his life just yet as the Empire has need of loyal magistrates to fight against the Shoju and the treacherous Scorpion.
Ogedei reassures her that re-enforcements are arriving soon and that the Unicorn and Phoenix have forces arriving outside the city right now.
Ogedei is assigned to command the central taskforce of the Unicorn attack on Juramashi.
l5r.co.uk /chronicles/scorpionsting.htm   (10524 words)

  
 Mongolia
He selected his son Ogedei as his successor and established the method of selection of subsequent khans, specifying that they should come from his direct descendants.
Between 1242 and 1246, Ogedei's widow, Teregene, held power as regent in preparation for the selection of her son, Kuyuk, as the new khan.
He executed several of Ogedei's sons who had opposed his election and quickly restored to Mongol rule the vigor that had been lacking since the death of Chinggis.
www.shsu.edu /~his_ncp/Mongolia.html   (9631 words)

  
 Mongolia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ogedei, the son of Genghis Khan did this when he overran Russia.
Ogedei even got his father Genghis Khan to come back with his army of destruction.
It is said that when Ogedei was killed, he took with him the Seat of a Thousand Heroes to the afterlife.
mythus.horde.org /aerth/Mongolia.html   (588 words)

  
 L5R.co.uk - Imperial City campaign
Ogedei spends the morning resting after his marathon efforts through the night to notify the chief magistrates of all the districts of the threat of Togashi Okkio.
Ogedei decides to cast an “Oni Warding” spell on Akagi who is transformed into a the shape of a tiger headed man and held fixed to the ground.
Ogedei replies that this is indeed the case and that only he possesses the spell.
l5r.co.uk /chronicles/imperialcity.htm   (11310 words)

  
 Secret History by Saunders
According to this theory, the History was originally no more than a biography of Chingis and ended with the statement that 'he ascended to Tengri (heaven)', the mention of his death being taboo.
Years afterwards, certainly not before 1241, a short life of Ogedei was tacked on to it; this life is pro-Tolui in tone and tendency, and represents Ogedei as a weak man dominated by Chagatai, so it could hardly have been published in his lifetime.
The Altan Tobchi, a Mongol chronicle of the late seventeenth century, incorporates the greater part of the text of the Secret History: it is noteworthy, as confirming the theory that the life of Ogedei was a later addition, that it reproduces none of the passages relating to him.
home.tiscali.nl /~t543201/web-mongol/mongol-secrethistory-saunders.htm   (748 words)

  
 Mongolians - Research Into Origins Of Huns, Uygurs, Mongols And Tibetans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ogedei built several palaces in different places and indulged himself in his 6 empresses and over 100 concubines.
(Ogedei Khan was responsible for establishing postal relay system, and Luo Xianglin claimed that Southern Song Chinese had commerce with Mongols from Lianshuijun Garrison in Yangtze-Huai river areas to Karakorum via coastal Shandong Province.) Against the advice of Yelu Chucai (Yeh-lu Chu'tsai), Ogedei went hunting and died in some ranch.
Later, Tului sons exterminated the ruling of Ogedei descendants and diminished the domain of Ogedei descendants, and Chagadai domain was curtailed; Hulegu was given the territories beyond the Oxus River and the Hindu Kush.
www.uglychinese.org /mongol.htm   (9731 words)

  
 Definition of Mongols - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
In 1227, Genghis Khan died; his third son Ogedei Khan was elected by the tribes to succeed him.
The armies of the Mongols had reached Poland, Hungary, and Egypt by 1241, and were poised to continue.
Nearly a decade later, Mongka Khan, grandson of Genghis and nephew of Ogedei, took the throne, through the assistance of his mother Sorghaghtani Beki.
biocrawler.com /biowiki/Mongol   (1807 words)

  
 The Iron Maiden Bulletin Board - Just something I was compelled to write.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The seven weary companions followed Ogedei into the giant barbarian encampment and into an uncertain future.
Ogedei lead the whole party into the tent still armed.
The Mongolian warriors all exited and Ogedei said something about informing his father about the events that transpired today.
www.ironmaiden.org /showthread.php?p=1145451   (2521 words)

  
 Galileo Educational Network Association
Finally, news of the hapless couples found its way to the court of the great Ogedei Khan far away.
Ogedei laughed at the story of their rivalry and ordered a scout to investigate and bring back more information that he may show his great wisdom by settling the matter.
If you get stuck, the cartographer's solution can be found here, but Ogedei is keeping his secret.
www.galileo.org /math/puzzles/Mongol.htm   (436 words)

  
 Jurchen Jin Dynasty -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ogedei further devized tax laws and pursuded the Mongols into less killing for sake of more tax revenue collection from people conquered.
Ogedei declined Jurchen Jin's tributes for condoling Genghis Khan's death and declined again Jurchen Jin's tributes for congratulating Ogedei on the enthronement.
Ogedei sent an emissary to Song Emperor Lizong, promising the land south of Yellow River in exchange for the Song Chinese cooperation in attacking Jurchens together.
www.uglychinese.org /jurchen.htm   (5870 words)

  
 Home of the Crane Clan - WEB OF LIES PREVIEWS UNICORN TEXT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ogedei’s Chi may not be reduced by effects from cards other players own.
Destroy Ogedei at the end of the Resolution Segment if there was an army opposing him there when it began and the battle was at a Province with no Regions.
Well, that makes Moto Ogedei’s blow-up ability a little less likely to happen now… and with all the Regions I will be packing, I think Shinjo Loruko will probably have 4-5F every time she hits the board.
www.thecraneclan.com /modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=32   (1798 words)

  
 Mahayana Buddhism: Mongolian Buddhism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Furthermore, the palace that was built by Ogedei Khan (1229-1241) in Karakorum, the Mongol capital, was constructed on the foundations of a former Buddhist temple; some of the murals from this temple have been preserved, Sources for this early Buddhist activity are rather scarce.
Contacts with the Sa-skya pandita Kun-dga'rgyal-mtshan (1182-1251) were established during Ogedei's reign, but Buddhism only gained influence with the Mongols after their expeditions into Tibet, which resulted in the sojourn of Tibetan monks as hostages at the Mongol court.
The activities there of the lama (Tib., bla ma) 'Phags pa (1235-1280) resulted in an increase in conversions to Buddhism, his invention, in 1269, of a block script led to the translation into Mongolian of great numbers of Buddhist religious literature, the translations often based on already existing Uighur translations.
www.buddhanet.net /e-learning/buddhistworld/mongol-txt.htm   (943 words)

  
 The Mongolian Hordes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Hoped for, because Genghis Khan's descendants, Hulegu Khan and his Christian son Mangku-Temur, led a powerful army against the Islamic nations of the Holy Land and were often thought to be Prester John's Christian army come to the aid of the beleaguered Western Crusaders.
Ogedei, Great Khan of the Mongols, died of alcohol poisoning and the European invasion came to an end as the princes and khans returned east to elect the next Great Khan.
Son of Ogedei, co-led the force sent to conquer the Sung Empire (c.1235).
members.cox.net /houseargent/mongols.html   (3998 words)

  
 SPCNET - View Single Post - How many Sung Emperors reigned during L/ROCH?
From http://www.agbank.mn/agbankger/index.shtml Ogedei (3rd son) is born in 1187 (Beginning of LOCH).
The first of the 4 emperors died in 1190, 3 years after Ogedei is born.
The uncertainty here is the age difference between GuoJing and Tuolei, and between Tuolei and Ogedei.
www.spcnet.tv /forums/showpost.php?p=195302&postcount=2   (84 words)

  
 famous-mongolians
However, the vast amount of money spent so far, which could be better used to assist regional development, and the fact that discovery of the grave is against the obvious wishes of Chinggis Khaan himself, also causes resentment among many Mongolians.
Power passed into the hands of Chinggis’ favourite son, Ogedei, who continued the programme of military conquest.
His generals pushed as far west as Hungary and were all set to invade Western Europe when Ogedei died.
danielroy.tripod.com /cgi-bin/alternate/mongolia/famous-mongolians.html   (2170 words)

  
 Sources on the Rise of Chinggis Qan
However, the book also discusses Ogedei's reign, so at the very least we can assume that it was supplemented later.
Other considerations make it likely that the existing text was also altered after Ogedei's death, and many have given the work as a whole a date several decades later than that.
These questions have been discussed for some time now without being resolved, and I think that it is best to conclude that a written text was indeed produced in 1228, but that it was significantly different than the present Secret History.
idiocentrism.com /turan.sources.htm   (1802 words)

  
 The Mongol Empire
Before Genghis could topple the Jin Dynasty, he passed away in 1227 and his successor, Ogedei would have to complete the invasion of China.
While the two armies fought, Subedei mobilized his force and flanked the Hungarian force to the South, surprising and surrounding the Hungarian Army.
In 1241, the death of Ogedei caused Batu to hold off the European campaign and was forced to return back home so he can contest the appointment of the new khan, Guyuk.
www.bol.ucla.edu /~justinng/conquests.html   (624 words)

  
 Black Isle Studios: Lionheart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Great Khan Ogedei cheats death and binds with the Fell Spirit Weichi, allowing Batu Khan to continue his Eastern European campaign.
The Great Khan Ogedei cheats death by binding with the fell spirit Weichi.
Since Ogedei did not die, Batu Khan would not be recalled from his European campaign as in normal history.
www.geocities.com /danielmarco_cabral_2_6/timeline.htm   (7613 words)

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