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 A Short History of the  Lipka Tatars  of the  White Horde
The first Khan, Orda was the second son of Jochi, the eldest son of Czyngyz Khan.
The Khanate of the White Horde of Siberia was one of the successor states to the Mongol Empire created after the death of Czyngyz Khan.
The White Horde of Siberia occupied the steppe from the east of the Urals and the Caspian Sea to Mongolia.
www.angelfire.com /jazz/ntstar/history.htm   (6770 words)

  
 Golden Horde -
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, briefly reestablishing the Golden Horde as a dominant regional power.
Jochi was the eldest, but he was already dead and his paternity was in doubt, so the westernmost lands trodden by the Mongol hoof, then southern Russia, were divided among his sons, Batu leader of the Blue Horde (East), and Orda, leader of the White Horde (West).
The Horde's supreme ruler was the khan, chosen by the kurultai among Batu Khan's descendants.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Golden_Horde   (1440 words)

  
 Golden Horde - China-related Topics GM-GP - China-Related Topics
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.
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.
famouschinese.com /virtual/Golden_Horde   (1007 words)

  
 Batu Khan
While Batu Khan dominated in the city of Saray, his brother, Orda governed the Eastern Kipchak regions.
Batu Khan had established a new administrative system that extended from the banks of Irtish River towards the basin of Kama and the entire Idyll including the northern regions of Aral Sea, the banks of Ozu and the regions of Turla (Dnestr) pursuant to his conquests.
Batu Khan resided in the city of Saray; however, he was submissive to his uncle, Ogeday (Oktay) who was the Great Khan that dwelled in Karakorum in legal aspects.
www.ozturkler.com /data_english/0003/0003_04_04.htm   (418 words)

  
 A timeline of the Mongols
: Genghis Khan dies and is succeeded by Ogodai, the empire is split among khanates (Batu's Blue Horde, Orda's White Horde, Chaghatay's khanate in Mughulistan) and Ogodai moves the capital to Karakorum
: Temujin (Genghis Khan) unifies all mongol and tatar tribes
: the turkic-speaking khanate of Boumin ("Khan of the blue Turks") crushed the Mongols and extended its empire from Manchuria to the Aral sea (Western and Eastern Khanate)
www.scaruffi.com /politics/mongols.html   (418 words)

  
 The Kazakhs
The consensus is that the Kazakh nation was formed in the mid-fifteenth century when Dzhanibek and Kirai (Girei), sons of Barak Khan of the White Horde of the Mongol empire, broke away from Abulkair, khan of the Uzbeks.
Eight successive khans tried unsuccessfully to gain complete autonomy for the White Horde, but it was not until 1364 that independence from the Golden Horde was achieved.
When Chingiz Khan's empire was distributed among his heirs, the territory of present Kazakstan was divided between his sons, Jochi and Chagatai.
www.geocities.com /CollegePark/Hall/5188/links/kazakhs.html   (418 words)

  
 Iranica.com - GOLDEN HORDE
Its core was the steppelands north of the Black Sea and the Caspian conquered in 1236-40 by an army under Jo±i's son Batu (Ba@tu), who ranks as its first khan and whose descendants reigned until about 1360; Batu's older brother Orda (Urda) reigned over the territories of the so-called White Horde to the north-east.
Despite launching a series of invasions south of the Caucasus (1261-63, 1265, 1266-67, 1279-80, 1288, 1290, 1301, 1319, 1335-36), the khans of the Golden Horde failed to make any real headway against the Il-khans for almost a century.
Batu's brother and succesor, Berke (Berka@y; 1257-1267), was a Muslim, as were all the khans from Özbeg (1312-1341) onwards.
www.bibliothecapersica.com /articles/v11f1/v11f1061.html   (418 words)

  
 Discoverers Web: The Medieval period
The khan received them cordially, and asked them to return to Europe to ask the pope to send a large embassy of "wise men" to China.
There he is in service of Kubilai Khan for 15 years, and visits India by land.
Kuyuk Khan did not make any promises, but Carpini made useful observations about the Mongols, their habits, country and history.
www.win.tue.nl /cs/fm/engels/discovery/medieval.html   (1381 words)

  
 janabel.html
The formation of the Kazakh Khanate in 1459,in the southeastern corner of modern Kazakhstan, was the culmination of a long standing political, economic, and ethnic evolution that began after the Mongols took over the Qipchaq steppe between 1223-1227.
Their co-tribes originally assigned to Sheiban, Juchi's fifth son, along with other newly admitted tribes, were united into "the Nomadic Uzbek State" by Abulkhair Khan (1429-1468).
He has kindly written this short historical commentary on the formation of the Kazakh Khanate after the Qipchaq (Kipchak) steppe in southeastern Kazakhstan was reorganized by the Mongol Batu Khan, grandson of Ghengis Khan.
www.csen.org /Articles_Reivews/janabel.html   (442 words)

  
 A timeline of the Mongols
: Genghis Khan dies and is succeeded by Ogodai who rules over Chaghatay's khanate in West Turkestan, Tolui's Eastern Mongolia, Batu's Blue Horde in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, and Orda's White Horde in Kazakhstan and Ogodai moves the capital to Karakorum
: the turkic-speaking khanate of Boumin or Kok ("Khan of the blue Turks") defeats the Mongols and extends its empire from Manchuria to the Aral sea (Western and Eastern Khanate)
: Temujin (Genghis Khan) conquers the kingdom of the Jin/Jurchen
www.scaruffi.com /politics/mongols.html   (1433 words)

  
 La Mongolia (Soyombo - La Mongolia in Rete)
Berke fratello di Batu diviene Khan dell’Orda d’oro.
Morte di Cinghiz Khan durante una nuova campagna contro i Tangut.
Altan Khan dei Mongoli orientali Tümed marcia su Pechino.
www.soyombo.it /mong/mong3.htm   (1433 words)

  
 Tolui Khan
1218 vom Vater Dschingis Khan zum Ratgeber Bruders Ugedai Khan und zum Orda-Odchigin (dem Bewahrer der Lager und der bestimmt war der Vater von Möngke Khan Kublai Khan Hülägü und Arigkbugha.
Tolui Khan vierter Sohn von Dschingis Khan (* 1191 † 1232).
www.uni-protokolle.de /Lexikon/Tolui.html   (1433 words)

  
 A timeline of the Mongols
: Genghis Khan dies and is succeeded by Ogodai who rules over Chaghatay's khanate in West Turkestan, Tolui's Eastern Mongolia, Batu's Blue Horde in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, and Orda's White Horde in Kazakhstan and Ogodai moves the capital to Karakorum
: the turkic-speaking khanate of Boumin ("Khan of the blue Turks") crushed the Mongols and extended its empire from Manchuria to the Aral sea (Western and Eastern Khanate)
: Temujin (Genghis Khan) conquers the kingdom of the Jin/Jurchen
www.scaruffi.com /politics/mongols.html   (1433 words)

  
 RULERS UZBEKISTAN
il nome deriva dal Khan Uzbek uno dei capi del Canato dell' Orda d'Oro che nel medio evo devastò le terre slave.
Khan Muhammad Khudayar Khan (I) Khan Muhammad Malla Beg Khan
Muhammad Sultan Khan (I) Muhammad Khudayar Khan (III)
www.atlaswords.com /UZBEKISTAN.htm   (454 words)

  
 m1399.xml
Napoleon Bonaparte; Chingis Khan; Ivan the Terrible; William Shakespeare; Spiridon Drozhzhin.
poems "Revet sudilishcha orda...", "O vechnom", "Pominal'noe", "Nirvana", "Bezdna".
An annotated galley copy of the poem with numerous handwritten notes on the other side, 1 page.
www-sul.stanford.edu /depts/spc/xml/m1399.xml   (8203 words)

  
 The Mongol Khâns & the Oghullar of Rum
Genghis Khan (Chingiz or Chinngis, Khân or Khagan) believed that he had been given the dominion of the whole world.
Jochi, the eldest son had, however, already died; so his sector was actually divided between his own sons, Batu (the Blue Horde), Orda (the White Horde), and Shiban, later united into the Golden Horde, the most durable of the Mongol regimes.
Map shows the conquests of Chingiz Khân as divided at his death among his four sons.
www.friesian.com /mongol.htm   (8203 words)

  
 Welcome to tatarworld.com !
Batu Khan, another grandson, led the Golden Horde in the conquest of Hungary, Bulgaria, and Russia in the west as well as Central Asia.
Batu Khan’s invasion of Hungary and Germany in 1240 constituted the last of the Mongolian invasions.
Batu Khan established the Golden Horde Khanate with its capital at Sarai, on lower Volga, under the suzerainty of Great Khan in Karakorum.
tatarworld.com /history.htm   (1470 words)

  
 Tokhtamysh Family
Joined troops of Vytautas, Tokhtamysh's Mongols and the Knights of Prussia met those of Temr Kutlugh and Edig (khan and emir of Golden Orda, appointed by Timur khan).
Khan Tokhtamysh is known to the History as the one of the last successful khans of Golden Horde.
As his power grew, however, Tokhtamysh was drawn into a struggle with his former ally Timur Khan.
adighastory.tripod.com /khan   (421 words)

  
 Region of Astrakhan
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.
Astrakhan Khanate was founded in the city of Astrahan where the Idyll (Volga) River flowed into the Caspian Sea.
www.ozturkler.com /data_english/0003/0003_08_01.htm   (610 words)

  
 IVAN I DI RUSSIA
Il maggior successo di Ivan rimane l'aver convinto il Khan dell'Orda, che risiede a Saray, di permettere che i suoi figli gli succedano anche nel titolo di Gran Principe di Vladimir, accrescendo così enormemente l'importanza della casa regnante di Mosca.
Dopo la defezione della città di Tver alla Lituania il Khan dell'Orda d'Oro è obbligato a fare affidamento su Ivan come suo vassallo di maggior importanza.
- 1341) Principe di Mosca (dal 1325), Gran Principe di Vladimir (dal 1328), figlio di Daniil Aleksandrovich (Principe di Mosca).
www.24pm-affiliation.com /encyclopedia/I/Ivan_I_di_Russia   (180 words)

  
 A timeline of the Mongols
: Genghis Khan dies and is succeeded by Ogodai who rules over Chaghatay's khanate in West Turkestan, Tolui's Eastern Mongolia, Batu's Blue Horde in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, and Orda's White Horde in Kazakhstan and Ogodai moves the capital to Karakorum
: Tolui's son Mongke becomes the fourth grand khan
: Genghis Khan splits his empire into khanates ruled by his four sons Jochi (western part), Ogodei (southern Siberia and western Mongolia), Chaghatay (Transoxania and Kara-Khitai), Tolui (the traditional Mongol lands)
www.scaruffi.com /politics/mongols.html   (1432 words)

  
 Rug Notes Index - G Oriental rugs and carpets by Barry O'Connell,Spongobongo.com
Thus, while the Mongols referred to the camp of the khan as the "imperial camp" everyone else saw it as "Golden"; considering the riches of the Mongol Khans, no matter which Ulus, it was an apt description".
In the 19th century it flourished because the founder of the Qajar Dynasty Aga Muhammad Khan was born there.
Golden Horde Uzbek Khan 1282-1342 converts to Islam.
www.spongobongo.com /rwg.htm   (2901 words)

  
 General information
However, thanks to the courage of “batyrs” (knights), the decisiveness of the Kazakh leader Ablai-khan, the diplomatic activities of the Kazakh “Biys” (sages) Tole bi, Kazdausty Kazybek bi, Ayteke bi, as well as the self-sacrifice of the people, the Kazakhs escaped the total capture and physical annihilation of the population.
One of the measures taken by Chingyz-Khan regarding the Kazakhs, was an attempt to replace the gender-tribal division with territorial administration and to unite nomads as a ruling class under the supreme power of Chingyz-Khan himself, and his successors.
In 1917-1918 they formed a revolutionary party “Alash” and founded the government “Alash-Orda”, the aim of which was to liberate the Kazakh people from colonial oppression.
www.heritagenet.unesco.kz /kz/hn-english/history_en.htm   (2901 words)

  
 All Empires History Forum: Crimean Khanate
Mehmed and Shahin could count only on crimea orda, however there were also some supporters of old khan Dzanibeg among their members.
Mehmed (Mehmed III) ascended a throne and his brother Shahin became the kalga sultan (as well as the “main player” in foreign policy of Khanate).
Tsar Ivan IV twice (in 1545 and 1550) conducted expeditions against the Kazan Khanate.
www.allempires.com /forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=44&PN=1   (7730 words)

  
 VOLGA BULGARO
All'inizio del XV secolo l'Orda d'Oro si si dissolve in numerosi stati tra cui il Khanato di Kazan che comprende anche le terre originarie del Volga Bulgaro e che diviene importante dopo il 1430.
I dati storici indicano un primo formarsi del Volga Bulgaro intorno al 660 per opera di Kotrag Khan figlio di Kubrat Khan.
Nel 922 il Volga Bulgaro si converte all'Islam e i resoconti del missionario, proveniente da Baghdad, Ahmad ibn Fadlan dicono che questa venne adottata come religione ufficiale.
www.24pm-affiliation.com /encyclopedia/V/Volga_Bulgaro   (7730 words)

  
 Teach English in Kazakstan, Uzbekistan, or Kyrgyzstan
1227 AD Genghis Khan sons ruled Jochi's Sons-Batu and Orda- Moscow, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Golden Horde, Chaghatai: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan; Ogedei: divided by Chaghatai and Tolui; Tolui: formed the basis for his son Kublai Khan.
www.teachoverseas.org /places/casia/culture   (1048 words)

  
 Golden Horde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
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, leader of the White Horde (West).
The Khanate of the Crimea became a vassal state of the
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Golden_Horde   (1048 words)

  
 Central-Eurasia-L Archive - Publications - Page 42
Successors of Chingiz Khan Kubilai (Yuan) Empire of China Chagatai Khanate of Turkestan Ilkhanids of Persia The State of Golden Horde (Altyn Orda) 4.
Today this huge territory, which was united by Chingiz Khan in 13th century, became again important, especially after dissolution of the Soviet Union at the end of 1991 and military interference of the U.S. to Afghanistan in 2002.
The Last Chingizids in Central Asia Khanate of Bukhara (1599-1920) Khanate of Khiva (1512-1920) Khanate of Kokand (1710-1876) 7.
cesww.fas.harvard.edu /calarc/calarc_publ42.html   (5244 words)

  
 Golden Horde History Summary
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By the mid-fifteenth century, it had shattered into the Crimean khanate, the Astrakhan khanate, the Siberian khanate, the Kazan khanate, the Nogai Horde, and the Great Horde.
The Golden Horde is best known as that part of the Mongol empire that ruled the lands we now know as Russia from approximately 1237 to 1359.
www.bookrags.com /history/worldhistory/golden-horde-ema-02   (515 words)

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