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  1. Kököchin - Wikipedia

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    Kököchin, also Kökejin, Kūkājīn, Cocacin or Cozotine (Mn: Хөхөхчин, Ch: traditional Chinese: 闊闊真; simplified Chinese: 阔阔真), was a 13th-century Mongol princess from the Yuan dynasty of the Mongol Empire, belonging to the Mongol tribe of the Bayaut (Ch: 巴牙惕).

  2. Kököchin - en-academic.com

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    Kököchin, also Kökechin, Kokachin or Cocacin (Ch: 阔阔真), was a 13th century Mongol princess from the Yuan dynasty in China, belonging to the Mongol tribe of the Bayaut (Ch: 伯牙吾). In 1291, she was betrothed to the Ilkhanate khan Arghun by the Mongol Great Khan Kublai.

  3. Kokochin of the Mongol Bayat tribe (b. - 1296) - Genealogy

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    Mar 19, 2021 · Kököchin, also Kökechin, Kokachin or Cocacin (Ch: 阔阔真), was a 13th-century Mongol princess from the Yuan dynasty in China, belonging to the Mongol tribe of the Bayaut (Ch: 伯牙吾). In 1291, she was betrothed to the Ilkhanate khan Arghun by the Mongol Great Khan Kublai.

    • estimated between 1241 and 1295
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    • June 1296
  4. Kököchin – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Kököchin. Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Kököchin, também Kökechin, Kokachin ou Cocacin (em chinês: 阔阔真) foi uma princesa mongol do século XIII da dinastia Yuan na China, pertencente ao clã do império mongol Baída (Ch: 伯牙吾). Em 1291, ficou noiva de Argum Cã, o quarto governante do Ilcanato a mando do Grande ...

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    • 1274
  5. Kököchin - YouTube

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  6. Kököchin Drawstring Bag | Etsy

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    Kököchin Drawstring Bag This blue linen, reversible drawstring bag is approximately 6.5 across, 4.5 deep and stands 7 tall. Lightweight interfacing is used on the base to help it stand alone. Machine washable on gentle in a delicates bag or pillowcase, tumble dry low. Iron as needed. The colors

  7. The Beauty Of Dungeons and Dragons – NERDGEIST

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    Feb 22, 2019 · Kököchin (The name I borrowed from Mongolian history for the women sometimes dubbed the Blue Princess) is a Tiefling whose family was brutally murdered by a tribe of barbarians. As she was only a baby the barbarians took her in and decided to raise her as one of their own.

  8. User-submitted name Kokachin - Behind the Name

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    Meaning & History. Kokachin was a 13th-century Mongol princess from the Yuan dynasty in China, belonging to the Mongol tribe of the Bayaut.

  9. Marco Polo's ever-controversial travels · Dubious History

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    Jun 30, 2021 · Francis Woodman Cleaves noted in 1970s that Polo’s account of the voyage of the princess Kököchin from China to Persia to marry the Īl-khān in 1293 has been confirmed by a passage in the 15th century Chinese work Yongle Encyclopedia, and by the Persian historian Rashid-al-Din Hamadani in his Jami’ al-tawarikh.

  10. Walking in the Footsteps of Marco Polo — China 1271–1292

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    Mar 18, 2021 · Quanzhou was the departure point for Marco Polo's escorting of the Mongol princess bride Kököchin who was to marry Persian Ilkhanate. It is rich in culture and ancient architecture. Some of the places to visit include Kaiyuan Temple. You will find the Quanzhou Bay Exhibition Hall of Ancient Ships at Kaiyuan Temple, a ship used by fisherman ...

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