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Blue Horde

Culture of Andronov
Saks • Uşynder • Kanglar • Huns




Turkestan kaganate )
Karluk Khanate (756-940)
Kangaroo • Kimaks • Oghuzlar
Karakhanids • Karakhans • Kipchaks
Kazakhstan's Middle Ages
Mongolian Empire (1205-1291)
Jochi's son 1224-1481)
Chagatai the Great (1222-1370)
The Orda EZZEN UNION (1242-1446)
The Shaibani (1243 -?)
The White Horde (XIII-XV cc.) Blue Horde • Khanate of Abulkhair (1428-1480)
Nogai Orda (1440-1634)
Gypsy Khanate (1340-1379)
Moghulistan (1346-1706)
The Khanate of the Khanate (1501-1627)
The Kazakh Khanate and the Faces of the Kazakh Khanate (1465-1847) The Great Circle (1715 -1822)
The Middle Ages (1715-1822) The Small Junk (1715-1731) The Russian Empire The Bokeis Orda (1801-1872) The modern Alash autonomy 1917-1920) The Turkestan Autonomy (1917-1918) The Kirghiz ASSR (1920-1925) The Kazakh ASSR (1925-1936) The Kazakh SSR (1936) -1991)
Republic of Kazakhstan (1991-present)


Portal «Kazakhstan»
Category «History of Kazakhstan»
Kok Orda - The eastern part of the Golden Horde [1], located in modern Kazakhstan. The Horde was independent from Euzen. 1380 Kok-Orda khan Toktamys Batu khan's descendants remained on the threshold of the Golden Horde
Table of Contents
1 Remarks 2 Orda-Yeje Dynasty
3 Tokay Temir Dynasty
4 Shiban Dynasty
5
Remarks ↑ Genghis Khan, son of Jochi Khan, son of Jehoshi Khan, son of Ezheng Khan, Orda-Yejen Khan , 1251-1288
Konsay-Khan, son of Sartakty-Oglan, grandson of Orda Eze-khan, 1288-1302
Bayan-khan, son of Konsay-Khan, 1302-1309
Sishi Buka Khan, Bayan- Khan's son, 1309-1310
Erazen Khan, son of Buka Khan, 1310-1321 - Mubarak Khoja Khan, son of Erzhen Khan, 1321-1345
Shyty Khan, E son of Rzen Khan, 1345-1361 - Khimtay Khan, son of Sh.Thantai, 1361 - The Tokay Temir Dynasty
The Kok Orda Khanlar - Kara Noakhi - The Alpine Atuuchuk Khan, Sasi-Ogul Son, Toganshar the grandson of Bai Temir-Ogul, the grave of Temir-Ogul, the grave of Jochi, 1361-1363. Gogor's grave, 1363-1366, the son of Jochi, the son of the king, Badakul-son, his grandson Temir Kozha-his grandson, Ken Temir-his great-grandson, Toga Temir-marmos, Zhoshi, 1366-1378. , 1374-1375 Khan, the son of Jochi, son of the Russian Khan, 1378, Temir Malik Khan, son of the Russian Khan, 1378-1379., Barak Khan, Koyrchak-Oglan son, Sheikh Duk - grandson of Uranus, great-grandson of Russian khan, 1423-1428, 1423-1426 Khan of Jochi's son
Shiban dynasty
Kok-Orda khans: The son of Jopa-khan, the grandson of Baba-sultan, son of Suyjibek-sultan, the grave of Suyar Temir-sultan, the grandson of Mengu Temir Khan, Badakul - Dzhuchi Buga Oglan, Daniyal Bahadur-Oglan, Shiban-ogulan, Juchi-okgul, Khan Kok Ordi 1425-1428
Abu Liray Ubaydullah Uluda, critic Dauat Sheikh Oglana Ibrahim-sultana, concussion Pulada-sultana, concussion Mungu Timur-Hanna, sword Badaul-oglana, juchi Buga-ograna, swing Daniyal Bakhadur-oglana, jana Shiban-ogul, juna Juchi-okgul, Khan Kok Ord 1428-1468
Yaggar-khan, the son of Timur Sheikh-Sultan, the grandson of Toglu Hodzhiy-Sultan, the grandson of Arabshah-khan, the grunge of Pulad-Sultan, the mausoleum of Timur Khan, the later Bagan-oglan, Oglan, Daniyal Bahadur-oglan, Shiban-ogul, Dzhuchi-Ogul, 1458-1468
Berke-Khan, son of the Yaggar-Khan, 1468-1469
Ilak Khan, son of Yaggarhar, 1469-1484 > Imnac Khan, son of Yaggarhana, 1484 - Abu Ll Mansur Ilbars Khan, son of Berke Khan, 1511, Khoren Khan 1511-1538
Links by Uluis the First Dzhuchiyadov. The problem of the term Ak-Orda and Kok-Orda


The emergence of the Mongol Empire states
Mongolian empire
Golden Horde (Jochi's son)
west

The Great Orda
The Crimean Khanate
The Khan Khan

The Kingdom of the Russian Federation
The Khanate of the Russian Empire
The Kingdom of the Russian Federation The Astrakhan Khanate The Kingdom of the Russian Federation Crimean Khanate
Vassality with the Ottoman Empire → Independence under the protection of the Russian Empire → Empire of Russia
Khorezm (XIV century)
The Iron Dynasty
East part of the Siberian Khanate → Russian kingdom
Ala Horde
The Russian Empire - The Nogai Horde
The Greater Nogay-Kalmyk War


The Black Sea Migration to the Black Sea
The Gibraltar Khanate
The Golden Horde Khanate
The Khanate of Abul Khayir Bokeev Horde
Russian Empire
Middle Ages
The Dzhungar Khanate
The Russian Empire
The Great Circle

Russian Empire

Uzbek tribes
Yuan Empire
(Ugey Uluru)
Oirat Khanate
Migration to Volga's Mountains → Kalmyk Khanate in the Russian Empire
The Dzhungar Khanate
The Third Episode the Qing Empire was captured by the Qing Empire
Mongolian khanate
the Qing Empire
the Empire of Ming Empire of the Manchjur and conquered the Qing Empire
Chagatai Khanate (Chagatai Khanate)
Moghulistan
Moghël
The Dynasty of the Dzhungar Khanate

The Iron Dynasty

(The Founder of Amir Temir)
The Khywah Khanate Empire Protestant
Bukhara Khanate
Bukhara Emirate
Bukhara People's Republic of Kokand Kokand Khanate → Russian Empire
Great Mogul Empire
British Indian Ocean Territory
Hulagu Province




















State of the Union of Silahlar
Temir Dynasty → History of Independence → Black and White State
Karagandy State, br>







The Shaban state, the Black Sea coast, occupy the Black Sea state




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