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Lecture course on history of Tatar people

Lecture 16

Military and politico - social history of Volga Bulgaria of the 12 c.
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<= 4. Index of military terms, titles, state offices    5. Index of geographical names, parts of the world    6. Index of Kazan Mosques =>

a - as a in arch, j - as j in jealousy, kh - as h in hug, ü - as u in munitions, y - as Y in York or as i in i

5. Index of geographical names, parts of the world

Ak East
Ak Balyn Northeast Rus
Ak Bulgar Jorty East Bulgaria
Alman Germany
Altyn Bash Rome, Italy
Anatysh Denmark
Artan Baltic, Lithuania
Balyn Northeast Russia
Bardjil Iran
Baylak Poland
Biste Sadum Sweden
Burdjan Danube Bulgaria. Its other name is Ulag-Bulgar
Djalda Crimea
Djir "Rostov land": until 964 AD belonged Itil Bulgaria. In 964 vizier Talib alloted Djir province to prince Svyatoslav (Barys Lachini, 945-972 -Translator's Note) on a condition of a payment of an annual tribute in the size equal to the tax paid by the inhabitants of Djir previously
Djurash Dagestan
Er Sadum Norway
Hin Northern China, Mongolia and Baikal area
Kara-Aral Ireland
Kara-Balyn Byelorussia
Kara-Sadum England
Kara-Ulag Romania
Khurasan Eastern Iran, Afghanistan and South of Central Asia.
Kortdjak (Kourt yagy) Until  964 AD a Bulgarian province with the center in fortress Balyn (present Suzdal). Province Kortdjak covered territory of modern Moscow, Vladimir and Ivanovo provinces of the present Russian Federation
Kresh Crete island
Kubar Cyprus island
Kurgash Arabia
Machin Southeast Asia
Malil Ancient Bulgarian name of Egypt
Maruba Czechia and Moravia
Modjar Hungary
Musha (Modja, Misha) Area between rivers Oka and Sura
Sadum Scandinavian peninsula
Saklan Territory of North Caucasia
Small Rum Imenian name for the Balkan peninsula
Tamiya Western part of North Caucasia
Tubdjak Northern Kazahstan and Southern Sibir province of the Itil Bulgar
Uchuly Carpathian Mountains
Ulag-Bulgar Danube Bulgaria. Its other name is Burdjan
Ulug-Kashan Moldova
Ulug Saklan Steppe from Altai to lower Danube name in antiquity. Later it began to be called Desht-i Kypchak
Farang River Rhein
Farang dingeze Atlantic ocean
Farangstan France, Western Europe

1. Index of cities, fortresses and stations
2. Index of rivers, lakes, seas, oceans
3. Index of ethnonyms
4. Index of military terms, titles, state offices
5. Index of geographical names, parts of the world
6. Index of Kazan Mosques

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Alans and Ases
Kipchaks
Djagfar Tarihi Contents

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Alan Dateline
Avar Dateline
Besenyo Dateline
Bulgar Dateline
Huns Dateline
Karluk Dateline
Kimak Dateline
Kipchak Dateline
Khazar Dateline
Kyrgyz Dateline
Sabir Dateline
Seyanto Dateline
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