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    Tolui Khan (c. 1191 – 1232) was a Mongol khan, the fourth son of Genghis Khan by his chief khatun, Börte.At his father's death in 1227, his ulus, or territorial inheritance, was the Mongol homelands on the Mongolian Plateau, and he also served as civil administrator until 1229, the time it took to confirm Ögedei as the second Great Khan of the Mongol Empire (1206–1368).

    • 25 August 1227 – 13 September 1229
    • Börte Ujin
  2. Tolui. Tolui Khan (c. 1191 – 1232) was a Mongol khan, the fourth son of Genghis Khan by his chief khatun, Börte. At his father's death in 1227, his ulus, or territorial inheritance, was the homelands in Mongolia, and he also served as civil administrator until 1229, the time it took to confirm Ögedei as second Great Khan of the Mongol Empire (1206–1368).

  3. Other articles where Tolui is discussed: Mongol: Rise of the Mongol empire: …Xinjiang and western Mongolia; and Tolui was awarded eastern Mongolia. Ögödei dominated his brothers and undertook further conquests. In the west the Golden Horde under Jochi’s successor, Batu, controlled Russia and terrorized eastern Europe; in the east advances were made into China. With Ögödei’s death in ...

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    During the rise of Genghis Khan, Tolui was too young to be involved in the battles. Tolui was almost killed by a Tatar when he was about five years of age. He was saved by his sister Altani and two companions of Genghis. In 1203, His father bestowed on Tolui as wife Sorghaghtani, the niece of Ong Khan. Their first son Möngke was born in 1209. He fi...

    When Genghis Khan was deciding who should succeed him, he had trouble choosing between his four sons. Tolui had amazing military skills and was very successful as a general, but Genghis Khan chose Ögodei, who was more capable politically. Genghis Khan felt that Tolui would be too cautious to be an effective leader. Tolui was with his father on camp...

    According to The Secret History of the Mongols, Tolui sacrificed himself in order to cure Ögödei from a very severe illness during a campaign in China. The shamans had determined that the root of Ögödei's illness were China's spirits of earth and water, who were upset that their subjects had been driven away and their land devastated. Offering land...

    Tolui had many concubines and wives. But the chief one was Sorghaghtani who was the mother of Tolui's four ruling sons. Tolui's sons included: 1. Möngke, the Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. 2. Jurikha 3. Qutughtu 4. Kublai, the Great Khan of the Mongols and the Emperor of the Yuan Dynasty. 5. Hulagu, the first Ilkhan of Mongol Persia. 6. Ariq Böke...

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    At the turn of the 12th century when he was 16, Jochi and his brother fought by their father's side, who was going by "Genghis Khan", to repel Darkseid's forces who were attempting to conquer Earth. Despite being defeated, Darkseid was impressed by their meta-abilities, which led to an alliance between their father and Darkseid to conquer the galax...

    Season 3 07. "Evolution" (flashback, no lines)

    Jochi (c. 1182–1227) and Tolui (c.1191–1232) were the first and fourth son of Genghis Khan, though neither would succeed him; the lordship was taken by the third son, Ögedei. In DC Comics, the name Jochi was also used for a son of the alien tyrant Mongul.

    ↑ 1.0 1.1 Vietti, Brandon (writer) & Berkeley, Christopher (director) (January 18, 2019). "Evolution". Young Justice. Season 3. Episode 7. DC Universe. ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Weisman, Greg (2021-10-25). Question #25183. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2021-10-28.

  4. May 18, 2019 · Tolui : biography. Tolui, (Classic Mongolian: ᠲᠥᠯᠦᠢ Toluy, Tului, (), Tolui Khan (meaning the Khan Tolui)) (1192–1232) was the youngest son of Genghis Khan by his chief khatun Börte. His ulus, or territorial inheritance, at his father’s death in 1227 was the homelands in Mongolia, and it was he who served as civil administrator ...

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