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1250-1349 AD

DATELINE
Time Events
1250 City Bolgary became most important trade and craft center of Kipchak Khanate
1250 Kipchaks spoke a Türkic language whose most important surviving record is Codex Cumanicus, a late 13th-century dictionary of words in Kipchak, Latin, and Persian, compiled by Christian missionaries
1250 Presence in Egypt of Kipchak-speaking Mamluks also stimulated compilation of Kipchak-Arabic dictionaries and grammars written in Egypt and Syria
1250 Béla IV's son, future Stephen V, married Cuman princess, and, under rule of their son (Ladislas IV [László]; 127290), Cuman influence in Hungarian affairs was great
1250 Cumans did not completely assimilated into Hungarian society for centuries
1250 Bulgars had their own scientists and poets. Poem by Kul-Gali "Tale about Yusuf" (13-th century) was well known far from Bulgaria and greatly influenced development of Bulgarian and Tatar literature
1251 Alexander Nevsky comes to Sarai Batu, befriended and bebrothered Sartaq, become his anda, and an adopted son of Khan Batu. Aleksnder returns with Tatar army that defeats Teutons. Aleksander receives yarlyk for Rus' Great Prince, in vassalage of Kipchak Khanate
1251 Rus is allied with Kipchak Khanate as an autonomous vassal without loss of culture or religion. Rus' principalities refusing protection of Tatars are eventually captured by Lithuania
1251 Vassalagetax paid by Rus is 5,000 R a year to XV c and 7,000 R after XV c, or 1.6 kg of grain per person in a country of 5 mln.
1251 Mongke becomes Mongol Khan (1251-1258)
1255 Hulegu recaptures Samarkand
1255 First Buddhist-Taoist debate in Karakorum
1255 Kipchak Khan Batu dies (1227-1255), Sartaq the Christian becomes Khan (1255-1257), then Ulagchi the Child (1257-1257)
1257 Kipchak Khan Ulagchi the Child dies (1257-1257), Berke the Moslem becomes Khan (1257-1266)
1258 After Mongke (1251-1258) Ariq-Buqa (1258-1260) becomes Mongol Khan
1258 Second Buddhist-Taoist debate in Karakorum.
1259 Crusader offensive by Ariq-Buqa Khan on Jerusalem. In Ain-Djalud battle noyon Kit-Buga is defeated by Mamluk army
1260 After Ariq-Buqa (1258-1260) Kublai becomes Mongol Khan (1260-1294)
1261 Kipchak Khan Berke exchanges ambassadors with Mamluk Egypt
1262 First war between Kipchak Kaganate and Il Khans
1263 Kipchak Khan Berke alliance with Mamluk Egypt
1263 Kipchak Khanate carried on an extensive trade with Mediterranean peoples, particularly their allies in Mamluk Egypt and Genoese
1265 20,000 horsemen against Byzantium
1266 Kipchak Khan Berke the Moslem dies (1257-1266), Mangu Timur becomes Khan (1266-1280)
1269 50,000 horsemen to help Qaidu
1278 Mongol-Tatars and Rus allies seize Alanian town Dediakov.
1279 Kipchak Khanate Khan Mangu Timur installed Kipchak (Cuman) George Terter I Khan of Danube Bulgaria (1280-1292)
1280 Kipchak Khanate Khan Mangu Timur (1266-1280) dies, Tode Mangu the Moslem becomes Khan (1280-1287)
1281 War between Mamluks and Mongols. Destruction of Mongol fleet off Japanese coast
1286 Mongols lose control of Moldova to Lithuania (1241-1286 )
1287 Kipchak Khanate Khan Tode Mangu the Moslem (1280-1287) dies, Tole Buqa becomes Khan (1287-1290)
1290 Kipchak Khanate Khan Tole Buqa (1287-1290) dies, Tokhtaga becomes Kipchak Khan (1290-1312)
1295 Accession of Ghazan to Il Khanid throne. June 19: Public conversion of Ghazan to Islam.
1297 Adoption by Il Khanid Ghazan of Islamic state symbols.
1298 Hungarian-Cuman force fights in Battle of Gollheim with army of Albrecht I of Habsburg
1299 OTTOMAN EMPIRE
1299 - 1922 A.D
Founder - Osman Bey
Area - Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Arabia, Jordan, Israel, Syria, Iraq, Anatolia, Caucasia, Crimea, Bessarabia, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, SudanBlack Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea were for a time Türkish Lakes (Total Area - 20,000,000 Km 2)
1300 Descendants of Jewish Khazars in Eastern Europe adopt Yiddish language (1300-1500).
1300 Kipchaks live east of Itil and in southern Urals
1300 Kipchaks who settled from Itil to Lower Ilek rivers left modest earthen kurgans with rectangular burials facing east, with a hide or a mummy of harnessed and saddled horse.
1300 Kipchak men grave goods have bark quivers with cut arrows, knifes, flints, and women have bronze or silver earrings, rings, pendants, scissors, bronze mirrors and headdress ornaments (bark tubes "bokks")
1303 Mamluks stop last Mongolian invasion of Syria
1304 Khan Tokhtaga summons Rus Knyazes for meeting in Pereyaslavl to stop feudal infighting and swear allegiance to Kipchak Khan
1309 Hungarian Christian clergy edicts that Catholics cannot marry "Khazars"
1312 After Kipchak Khan Tokhtaga (1290-1312), his nephew Giazetdin-Sultan Mukhammed-Uzbek (Özbeg) (1312-1341) becomes Khan. He gives yarlyks to Rus Knyazes to collect taxes instead of former Tatar baskaks
1315 Kipchak Khan Uzbek summons Prince Yuri III (1303-1325) of Moscow to Sarai Berke. Yuri marries Usbek's sister Konchaka (Russ. Agrafia), becoming brother-in law of Khan Uzbek, and lives 2 years in Sarai Berke
1320 Kipchak Khan Uzbek gives princess (Tughay? D. 1348) to Mamluk Sultan al-Nasir Muhammad of Bahri Mamluk dynasty (1293-1341) as wife
1321 Lithuanian Duke Gedemin defeats coalition of Kipchak Rus vassal princes and captures Kiev, leaving his vassal prince as governor
1324 Lithuanian Duke Gedemin annexes all Black Rus (Ukraine) and Podlyakhia into his Lithuanian domains
1327 Kipchak Khan Uzbek sent 50,000 horsemen against Prince Ivan I Kalita (Moneybag) (1328-1340) of Moscow
1327 Ivan I Kalita with Tatar help subdued anti-Mongol uprising in Tver. Thousands of Tverians were sent to China to join Rus volunteer recruits, conscripts, and captured prisoners serving as special guards for Mongol Emperor
1328 Pope John XXII instructs Hungarian bishops not to collect tithes from Cumans
1330 King Charles Robert of Hungary unsuccessful campaign against Basarab, Voivode (warrior prince) of Wallachia
1334 Partition of Chagatai Khaganate
1335 End of UIGUR EMPIRE
740 - 1335 A.D
Founder - Kutlug Bilgekul Khan
Area - Central Asia and Northern Mongolia
1336 Birth of Timurlan
1339 Join campaign of Ivan I Kalita and Khan Uzbek to take Smolensk.
1339 Kipchak Khanate is gradually Islamized
1340 Grand Prince Ivan I Kalita with all Rus Knyazes called to gather in Sarai Berke. Khan Uzbeg approves Ivans son as next Rus Grand Prince
1341 After Kipchak Khan Uzbek (1312-1341), Tini Beg is murdered (1341-1341), Jani Beg I becomes Kipchak Khan (1341-1356)
1341 Dmitry (future Donskoi), Great Prince of Vladimir and Moscow, son of Ivan I Kalita, mints dengacoins with "Es-Soltan-El-Egzem" on one side and Seal Of Great Prince Dm on another side
1346 Black Death struck in 1346-47
1349 Black Death struck in 1349. Beetwen 1364 and 1425. Rus looses 1/3 of population
1349 Hungarian Jews, partly of Khazar origin, resettle in Poland and Austria.
1349 Hungarian Jews, partly of Khazar origin, resettle in Poland and Austria.
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