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DJAGFAR TARIHI
ANNALS OF DJAGFAR

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Note

Page numbers refer to the respective book publication.

Djagfar Tarihi - Preface

Djagfar Tarihi - Volume 1 (page numbers refer to the Orenburg 1993 edition)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Few words about the collection 5

GAZI-BARADJ TARIHI
ANNALS OF GAZI-BARADJ

Chapter 1. Most ancient history of Bulgars 7
Chapter 2. Idel during reign of Hon's Kings 13
Chapter 3. The time of Bulgarian Baltavars 14
Chapter 4. Reign of Kara-Bulgarian Beks 21
Chapter 5: City of Bolgar becomes capital of Bulgaria 34
Chapter 6. Reign of Bat-Ugyr 43
Chapter 7. The beginning of reign of Almysh 48
Chapter 8. Arrival of Great Embassy 57
Chapter 9. Death of Salah-bi and his descendants 62
Chapter 10. Departure of the Great Ambassador 65
Chapter 11. Road Horys-Üly and road robberies 70
Chapter 12. Death of Kan Almysh Djafar and reign of his sons 73
Chapter 13. Reign of Kan Mohammed 82
Chapter 14. Time of Talib Mumin 94
Chapter 15. Reign of Timar 102
Chapter 16. Reign of Kans Masgut, Ibrahim, Baluk and Asgar 107
Chapter 17. War between Ahad and Adam and reign of Adam 113
Chapter 18. Bulgars during reign of Kolyn and Anbal 121
Chapter 19. Reign of Otyak 131
Chapter 20. Bulgars under authority of Gabdulla Chelbir 135
Chapter 21. Last campaign of Chelbir and reign of Mir-Gazi 163
Chapter 22. First reign of Altyn-bek 166
Chapter 23. Reign of Gazi-Baradj 168
Chapter 24. Second reign of Altyn-bek 170
Chapter 25. Gazi-Baradj again becomes emir of Bulgaria 175

BIOGRAPHY OF GAZI-BARADJ 186

RIGHTFUL WAY, OR PIOUS ACTS OF BULGARIAN SHEIKHS 189

BU-ÜRGAN KITABY (KAZAN TARIHI)
BOOK OF BU-ÜRGAN (KAZAN HISTORY)

Chapter 1. Relations of Bulgar and Kypchak during rise of Tatar Khans 201
Chapter 2. Time of Azan 210
Chapter 3. War of four Bahadirs 226
Chapter 4. Fall of Azanians' authority 231
Chapter 5. Bulgars during reign of Yabyk-Mohammed and gabdel-Mumin 237
Chapter 6. Reign of Seid-Emir Sain-Üsuf 248
Chapter 7. Murder of Kan Üsuf and enthronement of Kul-Ashraf 265
Chapter 8. Kul-Ashraf beginning of reign 269
Chapter 9. Rebelion of Mamet 274
Chapter 10. Ismaildan war and rebelion of Safa-Garai 277
Chapter 11. Suümbika helped Kan Kul-Ashraf 283

SHEIKH-GALI KITABY
BOOK OF SHEIKH-GALI

Chapter 1. Alats almost surrendered Kazan to infidels 296
Chapter 2. Alashi army decimated Kazan 299
Chapter 3. Hunting War 302
Chapter 4. Begining and end of reign of Sheikh-Gali 305

Fragments of texts of annals of the collection 309

Appendix 324

Brief dictionary of medieval Bulgarian placenames and terms in Djagfar Tarihi 348
Historical maps by I.M.-K. Nigmatullin based on data of Djagfar Tarihi and Genealogical Tree, prepared by F. Nurutdinov (insert)

Djagfar Tarihi - Volume 2 (page numbers refer to the Orenburg 1994 edition, 350 copies edition)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART 1. HISTORY of BULGAR (From most ancient times to the beginning of 13-th century)

Chapter 1. Beginning of a Bulgarian history

Life and superstitions of ancient people 7
Mythology of Bulgars' ancestors 8
Settlement of Bulgars 9

Chapter 2. An epoch of ancient Bulgarian kingdom Idel

Idel's attempt to conquer the south of Asia 10
Idel's wars with Persia and Greece 12
Hunnish period of Bulgarian history 13
Idel during fragmentation 14

Chapter 3. Bulgarian state during the Kara-Bulgarian period (7 - middle of 9 century)

Bulgaria and Khazars 18
Bulgarias in reign of tsar Aydar 20
Transfer of Bulgarian capital from Kiev to city of Bolgar 21

Chapter 4. The Bulgarian state during period of 1-st emirate (865 - 1236)

Struggle of Bulgaria with Khazarian horde for hegemony in the Eastern Europe 22
 Accession and politics of Almysh Djafar 25
Arrival of Great Embassy 26
Almysh's reforms 28
Increase of feudal exploitation during reign of weak Kans 30
Bulgaria during reign of Talib 33
Time of reign of three brothers 37
Beginning of struggle between Masgutes and Ashrafids 40
Kan Adam and his son Shamgun struggle with push of nomads to Bulgaria 42
Vezirian period of emir Kolyn 43
Feudal reaction during reign of Anbal and transfer of power to Otyak 45
Bulgaria in the beginning of reign of Gabdulla Chelbir 47
Attempt by Chelbir to break through to Near East and to India 48
Raise of Chelbir power inside Bulgar and in Northeast Rus 50
First encounter of Bulgars with Chingiz Khan Mongols 52
Bulgarian struggle against Mongolo-Tatar invasions and push by East Rus feudals 54

Chapter 5 Bulgarian Culture during 1-st emirate 56

PART 2. BOOK OF BULGARIAN NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

From a myth to holiday 58
Nardugan 76
Nauruz 81
Soren 80
Sabantuy 83
Shillyk 86
Chachak Bairamy 88
Subush 90
Djien 93
Yangyr botkasy 100
Chumar (Samar) botkasy 102
Kaz omese 106
Kaz kanatlaryn sydyru omese 108

PART 3. ARTICLES AND NOTES

and Bulgaria 109
Kul Gali on Gazan and sailings 110
Kul Gali on Bashtu and Barys 111
Kazan 112
Bulgaria and Mongols 113
Bulgarian Calendar 118
Bulgarian Metrology 123
Dictionary of Bulgarian words 125
Major Bulgar symbols and shields of arms of klans, cities and provinces 143
Kul Gali on events of 1183 151
Bulgarian chronist on Shakh-Gali 152
Kul Ashraf letter to Tturkish Sultan Sulejman Kanuni 153

Djagfar Tarihi - Volume 3 (page numbers refer to the Orenburg 1997 edition, 230 copies edition)

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Structure of "Nigmatullin's text"
Conclusion on reliability of records in the Bakhshi Iman's collection of annals "Djagfar Tarihi" about time of foundation of city of Kazan in view of Russian historical sources
Kul Gali. Hon Kitaby (Fragments from chapter "Few advices for travellers going to Tubjak")


1. General description of Tubjak
2. Tubjak's roads (Fragments from the chapter "Description of Saksin")
3. Hin Kerman
4. Djalda
5. Tamian and Durt-Su
6. Diau-Hondjak
7. Madjara Suba

Fragments from the text of "Djagfar Tarihi"

Abstract of some records about Bulgar-Kipchak relations from Kul Gali book "Hon Kitaby"

Legend on origin of the name "Kipchak"

Abstract of Bakhshi Iman records about Bulgarian vezirs.

Bakhshi Iman - On Akai
Bakhshi Iman - On Nogais (Nugais)
Bakhshi Iman - On Yabyk-Mohammed's law
Bakhshi Iman - On Seid Shah-Husain and on Bu-Ürgan book.

Data on Bulgarian Khans of all dynasties

1. The list of Bulgarian Khans of all dynasties
2. Family trees of Bulgarian Khans (fragments)
3. Records of Gazi-Baba on genealogy of Danube-Bulgarian Khans

Rei-khan Bulgari, "Flowers of Kipchak field"

Records of Gazi-Baba on some Bulgarian heraldic signs (concise record)

Bulgarian calendars Tore and Kam-Boyans

Abstract of records about a Tore ("Tengrianism"), preserved in "Nigmatullin's text"

1. Religious mythology
2. Rituals
3. The basic laws of Tore recorded by order of Kan-Sü-Big of Urus-Ügur Aydar, Tebir Shams in the city of Bashtu (records of Kul Gali and Gazi-Baba)

Gazi-Baba on alphabet of Danube Bulgars

Gazi-Baba on Batyr Djilan (abstract from "Nigmatullin's text")

Gazi-Baba about Kara-mats

The Ukrainian Troy

How and when a Czech coin of 10th century came to Kazan
Unknown Mohammedyar
Ancient history of trident
Abstract of some records from "Djagfar Tarihi"
Years of reign of Kans of Idel Bulgaria
Miniatures from the Bakhshi Iman collection of Bulgarian annals "Djagfar Tarihi" (1680)

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