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Menghu-Khan Borjigin dynasty, 4th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire

Russian: Менгу-Каан Borjigin dynasty, 4th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, Chinese: 蒙哥 孛兒只斤, 4th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, Tatar: Möngke Khan Borjigin dynasty, 4th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire
Also Known As: "Möngke Khan", "Mongke", "Mongka", "Möngka", "Mangu", "Mangku", "Мөнх хаан"
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Birthplace: Mongolia
Death: Died in Chongqing, Chongqing, China
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Son of Tolui Khan and Sorghaghtani Kaani Beki / Bek
Husband of <private> of the Oirats and <private> of the Oirats
Father of <private> (of the Oirats); <private> (of the Oirats); <private>; <private>; <private> and 1 other
Brother of Khubilai-Khan Borjigin dynasty, ruler of Mongol Empire & Emperor Shizu of Yuan China; Hulagu-Khan Borjigin dynasty and Arikh-Buka Borjigin dynasty, Khan
Half brother of Qutuqtu Kaani

Occupation: élu grâce a Batou, монголски владетел (1251-1258), Mongolvaltakunnan sulttaani 1251-1259
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About Menghu-Khan Borjigin dynasty, 4th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire

(January 11, 1209 – August 11, 1259 ), was the fourth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, ruling from July 1, 1251, to August 11, 1259. He was the first Great Khan from the Toluid line and made significant reforms to improve the administration of the Empire during his reign. Under Möngke, the Mongols conquered Iraq and Syria as well as the kingdom of Nanzhao.

Möngke married first Qutuqui of the Ikheres clan. Their children included 2 boys and 1 girl: Baltu Urendash the princess Baylun Möngke married Oghul-Khoimish (Oghul Teimish) of the Oirats. She bore two daughters: Shirin Bichike Möngke's youngest wife was Chubei (d.1259). There were the most favored two concubines among his many wives and concubines. Herein: Bayavchin of the Bayid clan: Shiregi Quitani of the Eljigin clan: Asutai, the prince who supported the election of Ariq Böke

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Menghu-Khan Borjigin dynasty, 4th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire's Timeline

1209
January 11, 1209
Mongolia
1259
August 11, 1259
Age 50
Chongqing, Chongqing, China
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