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1100-1249 AD
DATELINE
Time Events
1100 Kipchaks are subdivided into hordes: Dniepr, Don, Lower Itil (Kipchak-Saksin), Eastern (Kipchak)
1103 Established settlement Uchel (Kazan)
1103 W. Kipchaks are raided and defeated on river Suten (Molochnaya) by Voldemir Monomakh and Svyatopolk Izyaslavich of Kiev. 20 Kipchak princes died. Kipchaks retreat from Bug
1109 Don Kipchaks are invaded and defeated by Rus Knyazes
1110 Kipchaks stone monuments spread in Dniepr basin, Crimea, N.Azov, Don, itil, N Caucasus
1111 Don Kipchaks are again invaded and defeated by Rus Knyazes
1116 Don Kipchaks are again invaded and defeated by Rus Knyazes. Cities Sharukhan, Sugrov and Balin with Alano-Bulgar populations are taken
1116 (1116-1236) End of Russo-Kipchak wars. Kipchaks ally with Rus Principalities and join in in Rus intestine wars. In 120 years Kipchaks participate in 16 Russo-Russo wars, with only 6 Russo-Kipchak invasions and 6 Kipchak-Russo invasions
1117 Kipchaks under Khan Otrok retreat to N Caucasus steppes. Kipchak Khan Syrchan remains in Don Steppes. Kipchaks under Khan Otrok on way to N Caucasus destroy Sarkel, last known as Itil Bulgarian domain. Its inhabitants with Besenyos (Bedjenek) and Oguz Tür
1118 Itil Bulgaria Khan Adam (1076-1118) died, Shamgun (Sain) becomes Khan (1118-1135)
1118 Old capital city Bulgar becomes capital of Itil Bulgaria instead of city Bilyar
1118 Kipchaks make peace with Alans. Khan Otrak has 40K army and is allied with Georgian King David IV the Builder and participates in war with Seljuks. A number of Kipchaks settle in Georgia
1120 Capital of Itil Bulgaria is again transferred from city Bulgar to city Bilyar
1122 As-Tarkhan established settlement As-Tarkhan (Astrakhan)
1122 Ruses defeat Cumans
1123 Scyths/Besenyos (Bedjenek) reported as really wiped out by Byzantine Emperor John II in 1123
1124 Formation of Kara Kitai Empire in Transoxania
1130 1130-1150 Kipchaks participate in intercine wars of Rus principalities.
1135 Itil Bulgaria Khan Shamgun (Sain) (1118-1135) died, Khisam Anbal becomes Khan (1135-1164)
1136 Khan Khisam Anbal established station Omek (Omsk)
1137 Khan Khisam Anbal established station Kazgyn (Novosibirsk)
1201 Tatars join anti-Wamg-Khan an Chingiz Khan coalition that included 8 Mongol clans, and Türkic Markit, Oirat, Naiman
1202 Kipchak Khan Kotyan's reign (1202-1240 ) over territories in N. Pontic and Hungary
1202 After subjugating Mongolian clan Tayichi'ut, Chingiz Khan turns to Chaghan Tatars and Alchi Tatars. Tatars vanquished and were massacred and were distributed among Mongol tribes. Chingiz Khan choosed two beautiful Tatar women, Yesui and Yesugan
1202 Further east, Solons, of river Nonni, acknowledge Chingiz Khan as tributaries
1203 Chingiz Khan is in control of eastern Mongolia. Naimans under Khan Tayang remain in control of western Mongolia
1203 Türkic tribes Markit, Oirat, Tatars, with rebel Mongolian clans, unite against Chingiz Khan, but he is warned about war by Ongut-Türks' Alaqush-tegin, invited into alliance to outflank Chingiz Khan
1203 Chingiz Khan calls quriltai and starts a war against Naimans and allies
1206 Chingiz Khan calls quriltai and is proclaimed Khagan of all Turco-Mongol peoples
1206 Khazar Jews are reported to use a form of Cyrillic script.
1209 Uighurs, under Barchuq, submit to Mongol rule
1212 End of KARAHANID Empire
932 1212A.D
Founder - Saltuk Bugra Han
Area - All Trans-Oxus area including area between Issyk and Balkash Lakes
1218 Chingiz Khan starts western campaign
1219 Chingiz Khan grants Muyten Bey yarlik for Bashkir? Kipchak? Ulus from Yaik and Agizel (Belaya), tributary of Kama, to Irtish
1220 Chingiz Khan conquest of Bukhara, Samarkand, Tirmidh and Gurganj
1220 Uchel (Kazan) renamed Gazan
1220 Rus Knyaz George II of Vladimir raids Itil Bulgars, captures Oshel and other cities along Kama. Bilyar city was saved by paying rich ransome
1221 Chingiz Khan conquest of Balkh, Merv, Heart and Nishapur
1222 Defeat of Alans and Kipchaks in first fight against Mongol-Tatars. Mongol-Tatars seizing capital of Alania Magas (Meget)
1223 Itil Bulgaria Khan Gabdulla Chelbir makes a deal with Juchi to help him in taking Khwarezm, Persia and Caucasus in exchange of not attacking Itil Bulgaria
1223 An important Russo-Kipchak force was defeated on , at battle of Kalka
1223 War councel in Kiev: Kipchak Khan Kotyak Galicia Knyaz Mstislav Mstislavich Udaloy (Brave) Kiev Knyaz Mstislav Romanovich Chernigov Knyaz Mstislav Svyatoslavich Volyn Knyaz Daniil Kursk Knyaz Oleg Smolensk Knyaz Vladimir Former Novgorod Knyaz Vsevolod
1223 80K Russo-Kipchak force was defeated by 20K, 3 tumen force of Subetai on June 16, (May 31?) 1223, at battle of Kalka
1223 Gabdulla Chelbir collects 24K army, of 5K Kursybays, 3K militia of Dair Tetush, 6K Kazanchies, 10K Bashkorts. Staged at Kermek, NW of Mardan-Sember (Simbirsk), Left bank of Itil. Subetai had 20K Tataro-Mongols, and 50K Turkmen and Kumans
1223 Second son of Subetai Uran Kytai led a battle at Kermek and ordered a surrender to Gabdulla Chelbir of 38K surviving troops. Subetai lost 4K dead, and ransomed captured in exchange for sheep
1223 Chingiz Khan army penetration as far as Novgorod.
1225 Itil Bulgaria Khan Gabdulla Chelbir (1178-1225) dies, ?? becomes Khan (?)
1227 Juchi dies, Batu becomes Ulus Juchi (Kipchak) Khan (1227-1255)
1227 Cuman Khan west of the Dneiper Barc/Bortz/Bortch (Turk. "debt") and 15,000 of his people baptized as Catholics and swear allegiance to Hungary in Moldavia
1228 First bishopric of Cumania, with seat at Milkov in Moldavia, established in Transylvania and King Béla IV of Hungary assumed title king of Cumania
1229 Itil Bulgaria Khan ?? died, Gazi Baradj becomes Khan (1229-1246)
1229 Chingiz Khan dies in 1229, Ogodei becomes Khan (1229-1241).
1235 Eastern Desht-I Kipchak from Altai to Idel are included in Tataro-Mongol Empire Kipchak Kaganaate
1236 5 November 1236 Capital of Itil Bulgaria Bilyar is taken by Batu
1237 Capture of Bulgar city and Voronej by Batu Tataro-Mongols, and subjugation of Bulgar population
1237 Batu founded his capital, Sarai Batu, in city Saksin-Bolgar on lower stretch of Itil. Capital was later moved upstream to Sarai Berke, which at its peak held perhaps 600,000 inhabitants
1237 Batu Khan becomes ruler of Kipchak Kaganate (Altyn Urdu)
1237 Batu army invades Asses and Kipchaks in N.W. Caspian and N. Caucasus. Leading Kipchak warrior Bachman killed, Khan Kotyan retreat beyond Tanais. Batu starts encircling maneuver going through Burtases, Erzya, Moksha, and Rus
1237 KIPCHAK KHANATE (ALTYN URDU) (GOLDEN HORDE)
1224 - 1502 A.D
Founder - Batur Han
Area - Eastern Europe, Western Ural Area, Crimea and area to north of Itil
1238 Capture of Moscow, Vladimir and Suzdal.
1239 King Béla IV of Hungary granted asylum to Cumans and their prince Kuthen, who had earlier unsuccessfully tried organize Rus resistance to Mongols
1239 Assimilation of Alania into Ulus Juchi
1240 Batu Khan controls Kipchak, Bulgar, Rus Principalities
1240 Batu Khan sack and burn city of Kiev in 1241, and subjugate S.Slavic population
1240 Türkic tribes concentrated on animal husbandry in steppes, while their subject peoples, Russ, Mordvinians, Greeks, Georgians, and Armenians, contributed tribute
1240 Cumans' leader Kuthen, considered a dangerous alien, is murdered. Cumans left Hungary but resettled there by Béla IV in 1245
1241 Death of Ogodei (1229-1241), Shiramon becomes Khan (1241-1242), then Toragana (Regent) (1242-1246)
1241 Tataro-Mongols defeat of Hungarians and European knights. Invasion of Poland all the way to Silesia. Poles beaten in battle of Legnica and Henry the Pious of Silesia killed, yet Poland avoided fate befallen to Ruthenia conquered by Mongols
1241 Cumans exacted revenge upon the Hungarians by deserting them in their greatest time of need. They fled to the Balkans, ravaging as they went
1241 Mongols defeat Hungarians and European knights
1241 Cumans lose control of Moldova to Mongols (1241-1286 )
1242 End of Daghestani Khazar kingdom
1243 Great Prince Yaroslav II of Vladimir calls a meeting of Rus Knyazes, suggests recognizing Khan Batu as Tsar, and concluding a treaty with Bordjugins clan of Batu, to find a protection from conquering by Teutons and Lithuania
1243 City Saksin-Bolgar is renamed Sarai Batu
1243 MONGOL EMPIRE
1229 1405A.D
Founder - Chingiz Khan
Area From Mideterranian to Pacific, from Baltic to Indian Ocean
1246 Guük becomes Mongol Khan (1246-1248), then Oghul Ghaimish (Regent) (1248-1251)
1246 Itil Bulgaria Khan Gazi Baradj (1229-1246) died
1246 City Nur-Suvar destroyed (922-1246). Present name Tatarskiy (Sham-Suar)

1248

Appointment of metropolitan for Khanbalik (Peking)

1249 Establishment of Kipchak Türkic Mamluk dynasty in Egypt

1249

1249-1345 Date of inscriptions on Nestorian gravestones near Bishkek

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