Sighnaq ( Kazakh: Сығанақ, romanized: Syğanaq; Uzbek: Sigʻnoq) was an ancient city in Central Asia (in modern Kazakhstan, Kyzylorda Region ), it was the capital of the Blue Horde (i.e., the White Horde of Persian sources), although the city is almost unknown. The region in which Sighnaq was situated was called Farab, it was located ...
WikiZero Özgür Ansiklopedi - Wikipedia Okumanın En Kolay Yolu . Sighnaq (Kazakh: Сығанақ, romanized: Syğanaq; Uzbek: Sigʻnoq) was an ancient city in Central Asia (in modern Kazakhstan, Kyzylorda Region), it was the capital of the Blue Horde (i.e., the White Horde of Persian sources), although the city is almost unknown.
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Tokhtamysh fled to Timur once more, and returned with an army to fight his enemies. However, he was defeated again, this time by Urus' son Toqtaqiya. Wounded, Tokhtamysh escaped by swimming across the Syr Darya and once more went to Timur's court, at Bukhara. Here he discovered that Urus was advancing in his pursuit, and soon Urus' envoys ...
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zarinaea, also referred to as Zaranya and Zarina (meaning "the golden") was a legendary Sacae woman ruler, the sister of Cyraedus, and the wife of Marmares, ruler of the Parthians. Zarina was the "czarina" of the city which was located on the shoreline of the river of Syr Darya, nearby the city of Sighnaq.
The Mongol conquest of Khorasan took place in 1220-21, during the Mongol conquest of the Khwarazmian Empire. As the Khwarazmian Empire disintegrated after the capture of the large cities of Samarkand and Bukhara by the Mongol Empire, Shah Muhammad II fled westwards in the hope of gathering an army. Genghis Khan ordered two of his foremost ...
The Kimek confederation, probably spearheaded by the Kipchaks, moved into Oghuz lands, and Sighnaq in Syr Darya became the Kipchak urban centre. Kipchak remnants remained in Siberia, while others pushed westwards in the Qun migration. As a result, three Kipchak groups emerged: Kipchaks of the Pontic–Caspian steppe.