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  Turks - LoveToKnow 1911
It is derived from Uzbeg Khan of the Golden Horde (1312-1340), and was subsequently used at the beginning of the 16th century to designate the adherents of Shaibani Khan.
Boghra Khan, the ruler of this kingdom, was converted to Islam at the end of the 10th century, and it continued under various branches of Uighurs until 1120.
The chief opponent of the Uzbegs in their early days was Baber, who represented the house of Timur in the fifth generation, but he ultimately led his armies in another direction and invaded India (1526), where he founded the Mogul Empire, a far more important state than the principalities of the Oxus.
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  Uzbeg Khan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sultan Mohammed Öz-Beg, better known as Uzbeg (1282-1341, reign 1312-1341), was the longest-reigning khan of the Golden Horde, under whose rule the state reached its zenith.
His adoption of Islam as a state religion led to a conspiracy of shamanist princes, which was severely subdued.
In the long run, Islam enabled the khan to eliminate interfactional struggles in the Horde and to stabilize state institutions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Uzbeg_Khan   (266 words)

  
 Giovanni De Marignolli - LoveToKnow 1911
The pope replied to the letters, and appointed four ecclesiastics as his legates to the khan's court.
The khan entertained them hospitably during the winter of 1 3391 34 0 and then sent them across the steppes to Armalec, Almalig or Almaligh (Kulja), the northern seat of the house of Chaghatai, in what is now the province of Ili.
They were well received by the reigning khan, the last of the Mongol dynasty in China.
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 TURKS - LoveToKnow Article on TURKS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
It is derived from Uzbeg Khan of the Golden Horde (1312-1340), and was subsequently used at the beginning of the 16th century to designate the adherents of Shaibani Khan.
Boghra Khan, the ruler of this kingdom, was converted to Islam at the end of the loth century, and it continued under various branches of Uighurs until 1120.
The chief opponent of the Uzbegs in their early days was Baber, who represented the house of Timur in the fifth generation, but he ultimately led his armies in another direction and invaded India (1526), where he founded the Mogul Empire, a far more important state than the principalities of the Oxus.
4.1911encyclopedia.org /T/TU/TURKS.htm   (7144 words)

  
 Timur as army comander,
In 1318 Uzbeg Khan was lord of Desht Kapchak, and he introduced the religion of Mohammed into his dominions {The seventh in succession from Jojy.
On the death of Uzbeg Khan in 1342, his son, and afterwards his grandson, followed him, but in 1360 Urus Khan, descended from a younger son of Jojy, became sovereign of Kapchak.
Urus Khan led an army against Timur, and the hostile forces met on the plains beyond the River Jaxartes, but a terrible storm of snow and hail, accompanied by a hard frost, obliged Urus to retreat, and he died a few months afterwards.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Khan
In 1235 Batu was elected commander in chief of the western part of the Mongol empire and given responsibility for the invasion of Europe.
The battle was fought on a plain by the Don near the present village of Kurkino, Russia, SE of Tula.
It was founded by Agha Muhammad Khan, who brutally reunified Iran and reasserted Iranian rule over territories in Georgia and the Caucasus by defeating his rivals, including the last ruler of the Zand dynasty.
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 Afghanistan - History
As Mahommed Uzbeg Khan, the eponymus of the medley of Tartar tribes called Uzbegs, reigned in the 14th century A.D., this gives some possible light on the value of these so-called traditions.
The last owed success to Fatteh Khan, son of Payindah, a man of masterly ability in war and politics, the eldest of twenty-one brothers, a family of notable intelligence and force of character, and many of these he placed over the provinces.
The British outposts extended to Saighan, in the Oxus basin, and to Mullah Khan, in the plain of Seistan.
www.1902-encyclopedia.com /A/AFG/afghanistan-20.html   (3283 words)

  
 Uzbeks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One view holds that it is eponymously named after Uzbeg Khan, although the nomadic Uzbeks were never entirely subject to him.
What drastically changed the demographics of Central Asia was the invasion of the Mongols led by Genghis Khan in the 13th century.
The Russian Empire eventually infiltrated Central Asia and the khanates were annexed to the empire during the mid to late 19th century.
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 Khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Khan was also 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.
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.
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 Persian Literature in Translation - The History of the Moghuls, Tarikh-i-Rashidi: section 101
In the meanwhile the Uzbeg Sultáns had delivered a simul­taneous attack on the fort of Kásán, had made breaches on all sides and applied the scaling ladders.
Such was the violence of their assault that those within the fort, giving up all hope of being able to defend it, made their escape by the gateway on the side removed from the river.
All the Uzbeg army had dismounted and were on foot; they had not thought of the garrison taking flight, and before they had time to get back to their horses and mount, the fugitives had gone a great distance.
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 SAN DIEGO MUSEUM of ART | The Binney Collection: South Asian Miniature Paintings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Abdullah Khan Uzbeg was a powerful ruler of Transoxiana, the lands north of the Oxus River.
The Uzbegs has displaced the Timurids in Transoxiana; it was their capture of Ferghana that had sent Babur, the founder of the Mughal dynasty, south in search of a kingdom.
This portrait of Abdullah Khan Uzbeg, along with several others commissioned by Jahangir, was probably stimulated by the visit to the Mughal court in 1618 by an old Mullah, Amiri, who claimed to have been in the service of the dramatic Central Asian ruler.
www.sdmart.org /exhibition-binney-mughals-jahangir5.html   (265 words)

  
 Alexander I, Grand Prince of Tver at AllExperts
The thoughtless enthusiasm of the dwellers of Tver was used by Ivan Kalita of Moscow, brother of Yury of Moscow who had been murdered by Dmitry the Terrible Eyes.
The angered khan gave to Ivan an army force of 50,000 soldiers for the punishment of Tver.
Uzbeg Khan forgave his old enemy and returned him to Tver.
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 Golden Horde -
The Horde's supreme ruler was the khan, chosen by the kurultai among Batu Khan's descendants.
In the early 14th century, the capital was moved considerably upstream to Sarai Berqe, which became one of the largest cities of the medieval world, with a population estimated by the 2004 Britannica at 600,000.
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.
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 Mikhail Yaroslavich - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
As a result of a long struggle, Mikhail Yaroslavich became the Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1305 and the first among Russian princes to have the title of the Grand Prince of all Rus.
In 1317, Uzbeg Khan of the Golden Horde gave the title of the Grand Prince of Vladimir to Yuri Danilovich, Prince of Moscow, and sent his army to help Yuri in his struggle with Mikhail Yaroslavich.
Later on, Mikhail was summoned by the Khan and had to go to the Horde to "explain" himself.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Mikhail_of_Tver   (237 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Horde
Known as Surkhat or Solkhat from the 13th to the 15th cent., it was the residence of the vice regents of the khans of the Golden Horde.
It was a major caravan center on the route to the ancient Russian duchies, the Volga region, and Central...
On GENGHIS KHAN's death in 1227 his empire was divided into four parts, each ruled by one of his descendants.
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 Golden Horde Summary
In 1241, Ogodei Khan died and the Mongol armies withdrew to elect a new khan.
The Horde's supreme ruler was the khan, chosen by the kurultai among Batu Khan's descendants.
In the early 14th century, the capital was moved considerably upstream to Sarai Berqe, which became one of the largest cities of the medieval world, with a population estimated by the 2004 Britannica at 600,000.
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 swuklink: Searchable Time-Line     (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
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
Uzbeg Khan of the Golden Horde is succeeded (-d.
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 TURKS - Online Information article about TURKS
KHAN (from the Turki, hence Persian and Arabic Khan)
Horde (1312-1340), and was subsequently used at the beginning of the 16th century to designate the adherents of Shaibani Khan.
Islam at the end of the loth century, and it continued under various branches of Uighurs until 1120.
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 Chapter 1<BR>Herat and the Formation of Persia and Afghanistan<BR>1500-1800
Four years later the Uzbegs were pushed aside by Shah Ismail Safavi, the founder of a revitalized Persian empire, and Herat, along with the cities of Mashad, Merv, and Kandahar became one of the Governor-generalships of the eastern Safavid province of Khorasan.
Safavid Persia coexisted with the Mogul empire of India, the Uzbeg Khanate of Bukhara, the Ottoman empire, and the emerging empire of Russia.
Aga Mohammed Khan took advantage of this situation to lead his Kajar tribe to victory and although he was assassinated in 1797 he left a fairly stable throne in Persia to his successor.
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 02_17_namah
At this time Khan Zaman in his folly and wretchedness sent men to entice him, and he being without intrinsic goodness, and proud of his fleeting, un-substantial beauty, took this opportunity to be the making of his fortune and deserted....
Meanwhile, as the intoxication and evil nature of Ali Quli Khan became more and more manifest, the world-adorning mind determined that a number of brave men should be settled in his neighbourhood, so that he might be removed from his unique position and absolute power, and yet not have the veil of his honour rent.
Sultan Husain Khan marched out with his men to put him down, and as he was one of those associated with eternal fortune he was victorious in spite of the numbers of the enemy.
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 Uzbeg Khan - TheBestLinks.com - Islam, TheBestLinks.com:Find or fix a stub, 1341, 1312, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
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Under the rule of Uzbeg Khan (1312-1341) the Golden Horde reached its zenith.
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 CalendarHome.com - 1282 - Calendar Encyclopedia
Marguerite of France, daughter of Philip III of France and Queen consort of Edward I of England (died 1317)
Uzbeg Khan, ruler of Golden Horde (died 1341)
Abaqa Khan of the Mongol Empire (born 1234)
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 Publications.Old and New Sarai- Capital of the Golden Horde (New Look at Original Sources)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Now lives there the sultan Uzbeg, who constructed in it a place for worship.” The second passage has been repeatedly cited, therefore I produce only part of it, that which is important for this study.
The khans sojourned the majority of time as the headquarters of the Horde, followed with all the administration, which was not conducive to the great growth of a city.
By Uzbeg’s time, Saray was more quickly becoming a main commercial center and industrial trading center of the country than just a political center.
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 UZBEG KHAN Articles Sultan Mohammed Öz-Beg, better know
Sultan Mohammed Öz-Beg, better known as Uzbeg (1282–1341, reign 1312–1341), was the longest-reigning khan of the Golden Horde, under whose rule the state reached its zenith.
His adoption of Islam as a state religion led to a conspiracy of shamanist princes, which was severely subdued.
In the long run, Islam enabled the khan to eliminate interfactional struggles in the Horde and to stabilize state institutions.
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 Uzbeg Khan at AllExperts
Sultan Mohammed ×z-Beg, better known as Uzbeg (1282-1341, reign 1312-1341), was the longest-reigning khan of the Golden Horde, under whose rule the state reached its zenith.
His adoption of Islam as a state religion led to a conspiracy of shamanist princes, which was severely subdued.
In the long run, Islam enabled the khan to eliminate interfactional struggles in the Horde and to stabilize state institutions.
en.allexperts.com /e/u/uz/uzbeg_khan.htm   (326 words)

  
 List of Mongol Khans: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
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 Golden Horde Empire of The: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Mongol state comprising most of Russia, given as an appanage to Jenghiz Khan's oldest son, Juchi, and actually conquered and founded in the mid-13th cent.
Until the disintegration of the Mongol empire (14th cent.) the khans themselves were under the suzerainty of the great khan at Karakorum.
The Il-khans of Iran and the khans of the Golden Horde in Russia owed allegiance to...
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 Afghanland.com Afghanistan King Babur of Kabul
His mother was a descendent of the greatest of the Mongol warriors, Ghengis Khan, while his father carried the blood of the legendary Timur Shah, who conquered and ruled the ancient city of Samarkand.
However, his worst enemy Shaibani Khan, the Uzbeg warlord and a descendent of Batu of the Golden Horde, captured his eldest sister Khanzada.
According to the Gazetteer of D G. Khan district, this road was completed in 1887, and was a fine piece of engineering work along the face of perpendicular cliffs.
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 Golden Horde - Golden Horde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
According to another version, the name was derived from a magnificent golden tent that Batu Khan established to mark a place of his future capital on the Volga.
The Horde's military clout peaked during the reign of Uzbeg (1312-41), whose army exceeded 300,000 warriors.
Their Russian policy was one of constantly switching alliances in an attempt to keep Russia weak and divided.
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