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  1. Toqta - Wikipedia

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    Tokhta (Toqta, Tokhtai, Tochtu or Tokhtogha) (died c. 1312) was a khan of the Golden Horde, son of Mengu-Timur and great grandson of Batu Khan.. His name "Tokhtokh" means "hold/holding" in the Mongolian language

    • 1291–1312
    • Olju Khatun Khongirad
  2. Category:Toqta - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jun 01, 2018 · Media in category "Toqta" This category contains only the following file. Temür Chabar Toqta Öldjeïtu.jpeg 1,908 × 1,181; 317 KB.

    • 13th century (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
    • Khan
    • Mengu-Timur
    • Khan (1290–1312)
  3. Toqta Khan (c1270-1312) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Toqta Khan was born 1270 to Mengu-Timur Khan (c1245-1280) and died 1312 of unspecified causes. He married Maria Palaiologina (1297-c1340) . Tokhta (Toqta, Tokhtai, Tochtu or Tokhtogha) (died c. 1312) was a khan of the Golden Horde, son of Mengu-Timur Khan and great grandson of Batu Khan. His name "Tokhtokh" means "hold/holding" in the Mongolian language. In 1288, Toqta was ousted by his ...

    • 1270
    • Mengu-Timur Khan (c1245-1280)
    • 1312
    • Maria Palaiologina (1297-c1340)
  4. The Golden Horde

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    Toqta now weakened the White Horde economy by picking a fight with the Genoese colonies in the Crimea. Concerned by the continuing export of Qipchaq slaves for the Mamluk army, Toqta arrested the Genoese residents of Saray in 1307 and then besieged the port of Caffa.

  5. Tokhta (Toqta, Tokhtai, Tochtu or Tokhtogha) (died c. 1312) was a khan of the Golden Horde, son of Mengu-Timur and great grandson of Batu Khan.

  6. Tokhta (Toqta, Tokhtai,or Tokhtogha) (Тохтога, Тохтох) (died ...

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    Tokhta (Toqta, Tokhtai,or Tokhtogha) (Тохтога, Тохтох) (died c. 1312) was a khan of the golden horde, son of Mengu-Timur and great grandson of Batu Khan.. His name "Tokhtokh" means "hold/holding" in the Mongolian language.

  7. Tokhta (Toqta, Tokhtai, Tochtu or Tokhtogha) (died c. 1312) was a khan of the Golden Horde, son of Mengu-Timur and great grandson of Batu Khan. File:Tokhtogha coin.jpg Obverse: "Just the Khan Tokhta" with the tamgha (imperial seal) of the House of Batu

  8. Jambylda jezóksheler men jeńgetaılar anyqtaldy

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    Sep 17, 2020 · «Toqta, trafık!» jedel-aldyn alý is-sharasynyń negizgi maqsaty – adam saýdasy, bas bostandyǵynan zańsyz aıyrý, jezókshelikpen aınalysýǵa tartý, prıtondar men jeńgetaılyq ...

  9. Golden Horde - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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    Oct 14, 2019 · The Golden Horde experienced many changes in the 14th century CE. For one, Islam came to stay. While Berke had been the first Mongol prince to convert to Islam, other rulers of the Golden Horde, including Toqta, continued to follow Tengrism (Mongol pagan beliefs) or Buddhism.

  10. Kingdoms of Central Asia - Blue Horde (Golden Horde)

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    Toqta Khan attempts to end the semi-independent rule of the Rus vassal princes by sending his brothers at the head of an army that devastates no less than fourteen towns. Toqta himself forces Grand Prince Demetrius of Vladimir to abdicate, which is an important victory in itself as he is an ally of Nogai Khan of the Nogai Horde.