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Chaghatay Khanate


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Chronology

Some dates are approximate; from 1334, cf. J. Aubin, Turcica, VIII:2 (1975), 16–60. For relationships, see S. A. Quinn, Central Asiatic Journal, XXXIII (1989), 229–53.

Names and titles

The original title was khan; converts to Islam, such as Tarmashirin, were styled sultan.

Biran, M., Qaidu and the Rise of the Independent Mongol State in Central Asia (Richmond, 1997).Jackson, P., “Chaghatayid Dynasty,” Encyclopaedia Iranica, V (1992), 343–7.

1227–1242

Chaghatay (son of Chingiz; received Turkestan and Transoxiana at partition of his father's territories)

1242–1246

Qara Hülegü (grandson; deposed, died 1252)

1246–1252

Yesü Möngke (son of Chaghatay)

1252–1261

Orghina (widow of Qara Hülegü; abdicated)

1261–1266

Alghu (grandson of Chaghatay)

1266

Mubārak Shāh (son of Orghina and Qara Hülegü; deposed, died 1271?)

1266–1271

Baraq (nephew of Qara Hülegü)

1271–1272

Negübei (grandson of Chaghatay)

1272–1282

Buqa Temür (grandnephew of Qara Hülegü)

1282–1307

Du'a (son of Baraq)

1307–1308

Könchek (son)

1308–1309

Taliqu (brother of Buqa Temür)

1309–1318

Esen Buqa (son of Du'a)

1318–1326

Kebek (brother)

1326

Eljigidei (brother)

1326

Du'a Temür (brother)

1326–1334

Tarmashirin (brother)

1334

Buzan (son of Du'a Temür)

1334–1337

Changshi (grandson of Du'a)

1337–1340

Yesün Temür (brother)

1340–1341

Muḥammad (grandson of Könchek)

1341–1343

Khalīl (descendant of Chingiz)

1343–1346

Qazan (great-grandson of Buqa Temür)

1346–1348

Danishmendji (descendant of Chingiz)

1348–1359

Buyan Quli (grandson of Du'a)

1359–1364

Tughluq Temür (grandson of Du'a)

1364–1370

‛Ādil Sulṭān (son of Muḥammad;; Tīmūrid rule of the western Chaghatayid territories 1370)

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