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  1. Sorghaghtani Beki was a Christian, specifically a member of the Church of the East (often referred to as "Nestorian Christianity"). As a moving spirit behind the Mongol Empire, Sorghaghtani is responsible for much of the trade openings and intellectual exchange of the largest contiguous empire in world history. Contents 1 Life 2 Children 3 Legacy

    • Wasai
    • Jakha Gambhu, brother of Ong Khan
    • 1204–1252
    • Tolui
  2. Sorghaghtani Beki ook wel Sorghaghtani (overleden 1252 ), was de vrouw van Tolui, de jongste zoon van Genghis Khan. Ze was van Keiraïtische komaf, volgens Willem van Ruysbroeck de dochter van Ong Khan. De Keiraïten waren een Mongools nomadenvolk dat op dat moment rond het huidige Ulaanbaatar leefde.

  3. Sorghaghtani Beki eller Sorkaktani, född ca 1183, död 1252, var en drottning under Mongolväldet, maka till Tolui och mor till två khaner. Sorkaktani var kerait och nestorian. Hennes far Jakha Gambu var yngre bror till keraiternas khan Toghril, som var blodsbroder med Djingis khans far Yesugei.

    • kejsarinna
    • Tolui
  4. Agama. Kekristenan Nestorian. Sorghaghtani Beki atau Bekhi ( Bek (h)i adalah sebuah gelar), yang juga disebut Sorkaktani, Sorkhokhtani, Sorkhogtani, Siyurkuktiti (meninggal 1252; nama anumerta: Hanzi: 顯懿莊聖皇后; Pinyin: Xiǎnyì Zhuāngshèng Huánghòu) adalah seorang putri Kerait dan menantu Genghis Khan.

    • 1252
    • Gansu
    • Picture
    • Tolui's Death
    • Prester John
    • Reorganization
    • Jochi

    How come Sorghaghtani Beki looks exactly like a 19th/early 20th century Khalkha woman? Yaan 11:23, 23 May 2007 (UTC)[reply] 1. I removed the picture. The women shown wore a dress and hairdress typical for only one group of Mongolians. I have seen no sourced pictures of Sorghaghtani Beki, (nor any contemporarian wearing the same dress as in the pict...

    The Secret History portrays Tolui's death as a sacrifice to Ögödei: Ögödei fell ill, and Tolui decided it would be better if he died rather than Ögödei. The shamans then made a drink that somehow made the spirits take away Tolui's soul rather than Ögödei's (or so). I wonder what Weatherfords sources are? Yaan 10:49, 3 July 2007 (UTC)[reply] 1. Surp...

    I'm not sure it's accurate to say that the monarch in the image in this article was Prester John. --Elonka 21:05, 28 February 2008 (UTC)[reply] 1. No, that's definitively not accurate. Prester John was/is a legend, and Toghrul is only one of the people brought into connection with it. Since it has no real connection to the rest of this article anyw...

    I would recommend reorganizing the article: 1. Reducing the lead to an actual summary, per WP:LEAD 2. List the birthdates of Sorghaghtani's children 3. Put the "Prester John" information in a separate section, since I don't think it deserves primary placement in the article. She was important for a lot of things, not just "being related to Prester ...

    The girl that Genghis Khan asked to marry with Jochi was not Sorkhagtani. --Enerelt (talk) 08:07, 1 December 2008 (UTC)[reply] 1. Do you have a source? --Elonka 16:23, 1 December 2008 (UTC)[reply] The Secret History of the Mongols, Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern world and more --Enerelt (talk) 00:44, 2 December 2008 (UTC)[reply] After To...

  5. Sorghaghtani Beki was a Christian, specifically a member of the Church of the East (often referred to as "Nestorian Christianity"). As a moving spirit behind the Mongol Empire, Sorghaghtani is responsible for much of the trade openings and intellectual exchange of the largest contiguous empire in world history. Life

  6. Sorghaghtani Beki (1190-1252): Religious Tolerance and Literacy During the period of the Pax Mongolica, approximately 1250-1350 C.E, links from the Mediterranean along the Silk Routes to China were forged again. The Mongol encouragement of trade and merchants was primary, but their tolerant attitude toward diverse religions was important as well.

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