1225 in International Relations: States and Territories Established in 1225, Tr N Dynasty, Chagatai Khanate, Prince-Bishopric of Osnabruck

 
9781155994970: 1225 in International Relations: States and Territories Established in 1225, Tr N Dynasty, Chagatai Khanate, Prince-Bishopric of Osnabruck
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Chapters: States and Territories Established in 1225, Trần Dynasty, Chagatai Khanate, Prince-Bishopric of Osnabrück, Rheinfelden. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 52. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: item Tsagadai Khan Uls Chagatai Khanate item Flag item The Chagatai Khanate (green), c. 1300. item Capital : Almalik , Qarshi item Language(s) : Mongol , Turkic item Religion : Tengerism , Buddhism , Christianity later Islam item Government : Semi-elective monarchy , later hereditary monarchy item Khan item - 1225 1242: Chagatai Khan item - 1388 1402: Sultan Mahmud item - 1681 1687: Muhammad Imin Khan item Legislature : Kurultai item Historical era : Late Middle Ages item - Chagatai Khan inherited part of Mongol Empire : 1225 item - Chagatai Khanate became virtually independent after the death of Mongke Khan : 1260 item - Made peace with Temur Khan of the Yuan Dynasty and other khanates of the Mongol Empire and acknowledged the Great khans' supremacy: 1304 item - Transoxiana captured by Tamerlane : 1370 item - Remaining domains fell to Apaq Khoja and Ak Tagh with help from Dzungars : 1687 item Area item - 1310, 1350 est.: 1,000,000 km (386,102 sq mi) item Currency : Coins (dirhams and Kebek coins) The Chagatai Khanate was a Mongol , and later linguistically Turkicized , khanate that comprised the lands ruled by Chagatai Khan (alternative spellings Chagata , Chugta , Chagta , Djagatai , Jagatai , Chaghtai ), second son of the Great Khan Genghis Khan , and his descendents and successors. Initially it was considered a part of the Mongol Empire , but it later became fully independent.At its height in the late 13th century, the Khanate extended from the Amu Darya south of the Aral Sea to the Altai Mountains in the border of modern-day Mongolia and China. The khanate lasted in one form or another from 1220s until the late 17t...

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