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    Tekuder. Tekuder leading his Mongol warriors. Ahmed Tekuder ( Mongolian: Tegülder, meaning “perfect”; Persian: تکودر) (c.1246 – 10 August 1284), also known as Sultan Ahmad (reigned 1282–1284), was the sultan of the Persian -based Ilkhanate, son of Hulegu and brother of Abaqa. He was eventually succeeded by his nephew Arghun Khan .

  2. Tekuder, Khan of the Mongol Ilkhanate Ahmed Tekuder (Mongolian: Tegülder, meaning “perfect”; Persian: تکودر) (c.1246 – 10 August 1284), also known as Sultan Ahmad (reigned 1282–1284), was the sultan of the Persian-based Ilkhanate, son of Hulegu and brother of Abaqa. He was eventually succeeded by his nephew Arghun Khan.

  3. Tekuder is the 1,995th most popular politician (up from 3,631st in 2019), the 76th most popular biography from Iran (up from 116th in 2019) and the 40th most popular Iranian Politician. Tekuder was a Turkish scholar and poet who wrote an epic poem about the life of the Prophet Muhammad.

  4. Tekuder was born Nicholas Tekuder Khan and had been baptized in his childhood as a Nestorian Christian; however, Tekuder later embraced Islam [1] and changed his name to Ahmed Tekuder. When Tekuder assumed the throne in 1282, he turned the Ilkhan empire into a sultanate. Tekudar zealously propagated his new faith and sternly required his ...

  5. Our man Tekuder was the son of Hulagu Khan, a grandson of Genghis Khan who exemplified pluralistic competence. The son of a Christian but an eventual convert to Buddhism, Hulagu Khan’s signal achievement in the religious arena was done by his sword-arm: he defeated and destroyed the Abbasid Caliphate.

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  7. Apr 09, 2019 · Tekuder was born Nikola (Nicholas - Nekodar) Tekuder Khan, and was baptized in his childhood as a Nestorian Christian. However, Tekuder later converted to Islam and changed his name to Ahmed. [Ahmad Takudar ( Naqudar Aghlan ) Текудер طرغان (Soltan Ahmad) r.1282-1284 - third ilkhan - 7th son of Hülegü, by Qūtūī Ḵātūn.