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12/22/2008 9/9/2013

12/22/2008 9/9/2013

Buli-shad, Khagan of the Khazars (deceased)

"/Harbis/"

12/22/2008 9/9/2013

T'ung Yabghu Ziebal, Khagan of the Khazars (b. - c.630)

"Khazar Tun Yabyu / (Ziebel) /"

KAGAN ZIEBEL AND THE BYZANTINES The Byzantines and the Khazars had a long period of relations, starting in the seventh century. The Byzantine emperor Heraclius formed a military alliance with the...

12/22/2008 9/9/2013

Khagan Irbis of the Khazars (deceased)

"Khazar"

Irbis is the name of the first khagan to rule over a unified Khazar Khaganate in the middle of the seventh century. Irbis is described as a scion of the Göktürk royal house, the Ashina, a...

12/22/2008 9/8/2013

General Pesakh (c.905 - d.)

"Baliqchi", "Fish-Lord"

A Khazar Jewish general mentioned in the Schechter Letter. Pesakh was military commander of the region around the Strait of Kerch who defeated the armies of the Rus' prince "HLGW" (most likely Oleg of ...

7/19/2012 11/25/2012

Menasseh II ben Zebulon, Khagan of Khazaria (deceased)

"Moshe or Moses"

Menasseh ben Zebulun was a Turkic Jewish ruler of the Khazars mentioned in some extant editions of the Khazar Correspondence (but not others). In some versions he is called Moshe or Moses, but this may...

12/26/2011 11/25/2012

Marot, Prince of the Bihar Khazars MP (c.874 - c.906)

"Marot", "Menmarót", "Menumoru", "of Khazaria", "of the Bikar Khazars", "von Bihar"

From The Medieval Hungarian Historians: A Critical and Analytical Guide by C. A. Macartney, Cambridge University Press, 1953 (pp. 78-79) Anonymi Gesta Hungarorum Menumorout's ancestor, Marot, is sa...

12/28/2007 11/25/2012

JEWISH KINGDOM OF KHAZARIA Khazaria accepted Judaism c.740CE [KHAJ341] King Nisi of Khazaria m. ? . [KHAJ351] King Aaron I of Khazaria m. ? *. . [KHAJ361] King Menahem of Khazaria m. . ...

12/29/2011 11/18/2012

Judah ben Samuel ha-Levi MP (1075 - 1141)

"יהודה בן שמואל הלוי", "Judah HaLevi", "Yehuda Ha Levi", "יהודה הלוי", "Judah HaLevi Abulafia"

Judah Halevi (also Yehuda Halevi; Hebrew: יהודה הלוי; Arabic: يهوذا هالي&#x...

10/31/2011 11/18/2012

Aaron ll Wikipedia Aaron II A Khazar ruler during the early 10th century CE, Aaron ben Benjamin was the son of the Khazar king Benjamin. Whether Aaron, like the rest of the Bulanids, was a Khagan...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Chart of the Kingdom of Khazaria JEWISH KINGDOM OF KHAZARIA Khazaria accepted Judaism c.740CE [KHAJ341] King Nisi of Khazaria m. ? . [KHAJ351] King Aaron I of Khazaria m. ? . . [KHAJ361]...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Menachem I, Khagan of Khazaria MP (deceased)

"Menahem"

) Menahem (Khazar) Menahem ben Aaron was a Khazar ruler of the late 800s CE. He was the son of Aaron I and the father of Benjamin.

7/17/2012 11/18/2012

Aaron l Wikipedia Aaron I Aaron ben Nisi was a Turkic Jewish ruler of the Khazars mentioned in the Khazar Correspondence. He reigned around the year 900 CE. Little is known about his reign. As wi...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Nisi ben Menasseh or Nisi ben Moses Nisi ben Menasseh or Nisi ben Moses was a Jewish Turkic ruler of the Khazars mentioned in the Khazar Correspondence. He probably reigned in the mid to late 9th c...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Zebulun ben Isaac, Khagan of Khazaria MP (deceased)

"Zevulun", "Zebulon"

) Zebulun (Khazar) Zebulun or Zevulun ben Isaac was a Jewish Turkic ruler of the Khazars mentioned in the Khazar Correspondence. He probably reigned in the late ninth century CE. Little is known ab...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

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12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Hanukkah ben Obadiah was a Khazar ruler who probably reigned during the mid to late ninth century CE. Hanukkah was the son of Obadiah and succeeded his nephew Menasseh I to the throne. No contemporar...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Obadiah(Khazar) (Heb. עבדיה) was the name of a Khazar ruler of the late eighth or early ninth century. He is described as coming from among "the sons of the sons" of ...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Bulan "Sabriel" al-Khazari MP (c.720 - d.)

"Bulan", "Bolčan. King Bulan", "King of Khazaria", "Khazar"

Bulan was a Khazar king who led the conversion of the Khazars to Judaism. His name means "elk" in Old Turkic. The date of his reign is unknown, as the date of the conversion is hotly disputed, though i...

12/26/2011 11/18/2012

Barjik al-Khazari MP (c.690 - c.731)

Barjik (died 731) was a Khazar prince who flourished in the late 720s. He is described by al-Tabari as "the son of the Khagan"; his exact status and position is unknown though he may have been the Bek....

10/19/2012 11/18/2012

Sviatoslav I MP (c.927 - 972)

Sviatoslav l of Kiev , Sviatoslav I of Kiev Prince of Rus' Sviatoslav the Brave Sviatoslav Reign 945–972 Coronation 964 Predecessor Igor Successor Yaropolk I Issue: Yaropolk I Oleg W...

5/8/2007 11/18/2012

Abu Hasdai Yitzhak ben Ezra ibn Shaprut MP (c.880 - c.975)

"Isaac ben Ezra", "Isaac ibn Shaprut"

Hasdai (Abu Yusuf ben Yitzhak ben Ezra) ibn Shaprut (Hebrew: חסדאי אבן שפרוט) born about 915 at Jaén; d...

7/8/2012 11/18/2012