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Tulune (deceased)

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Holhur / Kholhur (deceased)

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Cáhula/Tzahula (deceased)

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Kadan (deceased)

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Uklakur/Кулэур (deceased)

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Csikule/Chikule/Чакулэ (deceased)

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Qibeisiqe nochen (deceased)

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Alaqibahe nochen (deceased)

Chaurkhan was appointed to be assistant of King Eljitai ( son of Chinggis Khan's younger brother Khajiun ) with his 2000 Oirad troop. King Eljitai's successors were executed for rebellion against Khubi...

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Eljitai (Alaqitai nochen) Элджидай-нойон (deceased)

In 1389, the Ming Dynasty formed three guards for Mongol chiefs on the eastern slopes of the Khinggan. The Uriankhai clan formed the Doyin Guard (Doyan in Chinese language) on the Chaor River. The co...

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Ältchïdaï (Le-Preneur) (deceased)

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Tuqu (Etendard) (deceased)

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Yäsünggä (Neuvet) (deceased)

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Yägü (Yegu) (deceased)

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Buka-Timur (deceased)

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Kush-Buka (deceased)

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Chichegen Daughter of Genghis Bilgi (deceased)

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Ariq Böke (b. - 1266)

Ariq Böke / Arigbugda Khan / Erik Böge / Arig Böke (died c.a.1266), was yongest son of Tolui (1193 Mongolia - 1232 Mongolia). (Wikipea).

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Maria Palaiologina MP (c.1246 - 1308)

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Haimash Khatun MP (deceased)

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Abaqa Khan MP (1234 - 1282)

Abaqa Khan (1234–1282), also Abaga (Mongolian: Абага, “paternal uncle”), Abaka or Abagha Khan, was the second Mongol ruler (Il-khan) of the Persi...

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Kelmish-Aqa Khatun (deceased)

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Saljudal Koregen Qonqirat (deceased)

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Kutuktai (deceased)

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Mengü Temür (deceased)

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Eldjeï (deceased)

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Taraghaï (deceased)

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Ahmad Teküder (Ilkhan 1282-1284) (deceased)

Ahmed Tekuder (Mongolian: Tögöldör/Төгөлдөр, meaning “perfect”), also known as Sultan Ahmad (reigned 1282&#x...

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Hulagu Khan MP (c.1217 - 1265)

Hulagu Khan, also known as Hülegü, Hulegu or Halaku (Mongolian: Хүлэгү, derived from the word for "surplus"[1]), Khülegü; Chagatai/...

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Sorghaghtani Beki (c.1198 - 1252)

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孛兒只斤·真金 Borjigin Zhenjin Crown Prince of Yuan (1243 - 1286)

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Namokhan (deceased)

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Mangala (deceased)

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Dordji (deceased)

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元世祖 忽必烈 Borjigin Kublai Emperor Shizu of Yuan and Sechen Khan of Mongol Empire (1215 - 1294)

Khubilaï (Grand Khan 1260-1294) petit-fils préféré de Gengis

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Charqi (deceased)

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Möngke Khan (1208 - 1259)

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Godan Khan (1206 - 1251)

Storkhan of Mongol Empire

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Kaidu (1230 - 1301)

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Khashi (deceased)

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Qada´an (Kadan) (deceased)

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Chiremon (deceased)

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Qutcha / Qughu (deceased)

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Baqu (deceased)

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Oghul Qaïmich (b. - 1251)

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Güyük Khan, Khagan of the Mongol Empire MP (c.1206 - 1248)

Wikipea: Güyük khan levde mellan 1206 och 1248 och var storkhan i Mongolväldet de sista två åren av sitt liv. Han var son till Ögedei, kusin till Khubilai khan...

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Töregene Khatun MP (deceased)

Töregene Khatun (also Turakina) (1244–1246) was the Great Khatun and regent of the Mongol Empire from the death of her husband Ögedei Khan in 1241 until the election of her eldest ...

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Alghu (deceased)

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Yesü Möngke (b. - 1252)

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Baraq, Khan of the Chagatai Khanate (deceased)

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Yesünto'a (deceased)

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Baidar (deceased)

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Belgechi (deceased)

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Qadan (deceased)

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Sarban (deceased)

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Nikkai Oghul (Khan 1271-1272) (deceased)

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Büri (b. - 1252)

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Orghana Qatun (Khan 1252-1261) (deceased)

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Alghu (Khan 1261-1266) (deceased)

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Orghana Qatun (Khan 1252-1261) (deceased)

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Qara Hülegü, Khan of the Chagatai Khanate (b. - 1252)

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Mutukan (Mö'etüken) (b. - 1221)

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Mochi Yebe (deceased)

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Tukan (Toqoqan) (c.1212 - c.1256)

Toqoqan / Togha Temür / Togoi Khan, was a member of the ruling family of Mongol Empire. He was a son of Batu Khan.

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Mengü-Timur, Khan of the Golden Horde MP (c.1230 - c.1280)

Khan of Blue Horde and Golden Horde 1266-1280. Son of Toqoqan Khan and Buka Ujin of Oirat. Mengu-Timur or Möngke Temür (Mongolian language; Менхте...

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Kücük-hatun (deceased)

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Oljei khatun (deceased)

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Shiban (1211 - c.1266)

[ ] Fifth son of Jochi.

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Bäk Tutmïsh (deceased)

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2) Batu Khan MP (c.1207 - c.1255)

Batu Khan (Mongolian: Бат Хаан, Russian: Баты́й,Chinese: 拔都可汗 (c. 1205–1255...

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Borakchin khatun (b. - 1257)

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Buka Ujin of Oirat (deceased)

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Sartak Khan, Khan of the Golden Horde (b. - 1256)

Batu's son, wandered on the borders of Russia, called the brother of Alexander Nevsky, in 1252 he provided Mr. Vladimir Principality, rules on the Volga. In his court lived one of the Knights Templar b...

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1) Orda Khan (c.1204 - 1280)

Orda Ichen (Lord Orda, Орд эзэн ("Ord ezen")) was a Mongol Khan and military strategist who ruled eastern part of the Ulus of Jochi during the 13th cent...

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Kanitchi (r. 1280-1302) (b. - 1302)

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Qurumchi (deceased)

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Chaïbanides (deceased)

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6) Tangad Chingizid (c.1214 - d.)

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Sorghan (Sorqadu) of the Qonggïrat (deceased)

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Shingqur / Büri / Tangqut / Toqa-Tämur/ Shiban? (deceased)

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Saint Piotr, Tsarevich of the Golden Horde (+1290) (c.1218 - 1290)

Author of miracles. Nephew of Bärkä. in "Alexandre Nevsky - le chemin des tourments" p 436 A supposer, évidement , que ce fameux Tzarévitch Piotr, ait réellement ...

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Daughter of a notable Mongol from Rostov-Viélikii (deceased)

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Teval (Bo'al) MP (c.1216 - d.)

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Tatar MP (deceased)

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Nogai Khan MP (b. - c.1299)

Нога̀й (починал 1299 г.), наричан ощ�...

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Bälgütäi (Faste) Beigutai (deceased)

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Bäktär (Cuirasse) Bektor (deceased)

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Khaji'un (Hechuhegejen) (deceased)

Khachiun died in the battle against Naimans.

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Khasar Khasar (deceased)

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Temulin / Tämülün (Ferrure) Temulin (deceased)

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Temüge Temuga (1168 - 1246)

Temüge (1168–1246) was the youngest brother of Genghis Khan. As the youngest sibling...

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Gelejian (deceased)

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Tolui Khan (1193 - 1231)

Tolui, also rendered Toluy, Tului or Tolui Khan (Mongolian: Толуй хаан (1192–1232) was the youngest son of Genghis Khan by Bö...

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Ögedei Khan, Khagan of the Mongol Empire MP (1187 - 1241)

Ögedei Khan (Mongolian: Өгэдэй, Ögedei; also Ogotai or Oktay; Ogodei) (c. 1186 – December 11, 1241) was the third son of Genghis Khan and ...

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Chagatai Khan MP (1185 - 1242)

Chagatai Khan (Mongolian: Цагадай, Tsagadai; c. 1185–1241 or 1242) was the second son of Genghis Khan and first khan and origin of the names of t...

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Jochi (Züchi) Khan MP (c.1185 - 1227)

Jochi Khan (Mongolian: Зүчи, Züchi, Crimean Tatar: Cuçi; also spelled Jöchi and Juchi) (c. 1180–1227) was the eldest of the Mongol chieftain Geng...

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Yisugen / Yisui Yisui (c.1170 - d.)

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Khulan-khatun (1164 - 1215)

Khulan (c.1164 - c.1215) was an empress of Genghis Khan and head of the second Court of Genghis Khan. Her status in the Mongol Empire was second only to Grand Empress Borte. )

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Börte Üjin MP (c.1162 - c.1230)

Börte Üjin (Mongolian: Бөртэ үжин; born c. 1162) was the first wife of Genghis Khan, the founder of the Mongol Empire. B�...

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Hoelun Mère du Cinggis-Qahan (c.1140 - d.)

Hoelun (Mongolian: Өэлүн) was the mother of Genghis Khan and the wife of his father Yesugei, the chief of the Kiyad clan ___________________________________________...

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Yesügei, Baɡatur of Xamag Mongɡol (c.1120 - c.1176)

Grandson of Kabul Khan[6]. He conquered some of his neighbouring Tatar tribes. He helped Toghrul Khan of the Keraits secure his inheritance against his brothers. He was poisoned by Tatar nomads[7]. m (...

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