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Huns 1766 BC-336 AD
Huns 337-439 AD
Huns 440-498 AD
Huns 500-552 AD
Huns 552-599 AD
Huns 600-649 AD
Huns 650-699 AD

Huns 700-749 AD
Huns 750-849 AD
Huns 850-949 AD
Huns 950-1099 AD
Huns 1100-1249 AD
Huns 1250-1349 AD
Huns 1350-1499 AD
Huns 1500-1922 AD

   
European Hun Empire
400 AD
European Huns
453 AD
Irnik Bulgars
460 AD
Djurash Masgut Bulgaria
460-500 AD
Jujans
AD 460 Tikhonov
Jujan Huns
480 AD
Jujans
500 AD
Jujans
500 AD
Hephtalite
Empire ca AD 500
Kushan-Hephtalite
Empire ca AD 500
Eastern Huns
550 AD
Kök Türks AD 552
with ethnical boundaries
per Gumilev

500-552 AD
DATELINE
Time Events
500 Earliest settlement on site of city of Bolgary dates to about AD 500
502 Altynoba's Djurash Masgut Kutigur Huns Bulgars plundered all of Thrace
504 Altynoba's Djurash Masgut Kutigur Huns raid Thrace, possibly with Slavs
505 Altynoba's Djurash Masgut (465-505) dies, Tatra (505-) becomes Bulgarian Baltazar subordinated to Avar overlordship.
505 Sabirs from Pannonia immigrate to North Caucasus and Itil valley
505 Sabirs created a powerful federation of akin tribes, "Kingdom of Huns". They were populous and had an army of 20,000 well equipped cavalrymen. They were masters of art of war and build siege machines unknown even to Persians and Byzantines.
505 Huns turn over control over Derbent Pass to Persians, in exchange for annual payment (rent) (Procopius of Caesarea, 1a. p. 116)
508 Teles (Teleutes) Khan Mivotu in vassalage to Ephtalites. Helps Empire Wei 's 3K army defeated Syanbinian Jujanes at lake Puley, after being paid 60 pieces of silk by Empire Wei. Futu dies in struggles. Mivotu is rewarded with musical instruments.
508 Cheunu (508-520) becomes Syanbinian Jujan Khan.
508 Invasion of Huns-Savirs to Cappadocia, Galatia and Pontus
510

In early 6th century a Hun Amvazuk (~ Ambazuk > Anbalan) was ruling Derbent and was a friend Emperor Anastasius, 491 - 518, Huns were Byzantine allies (Procopius of Caesarea, 1a. pp. 112-113). V.I.Abaev, in his interpretation of the Zelenchuk Inscription, classed Anbalan not attested, but sounding very Ossetic name, and the Türkic name absolutely not Türkic, citing that as proof that Scythians were Ossetian, and therefore Iranian-speaking

512 Emperor Anastasius constructs a "long wall" in Thrace 64 km (40 mi) west of Istanbul
513 Altynoba's Tatra Bolgarian raids against Byzantium become annual. Hunno-Bulgars aid in Vitalians Revolt (514 ).
513 Huns attack Persia
513 Buddhism penetrates to Syanbinian Jujanes. Khan Cheunu converts to Buddhism. Religious divisions in ruling clan
514 Vitalian the Goth or a "Scythian" (i.e. a Hun), "count of the foederati" barbarian soldiers serving in East Roman army, Vitalism revolt (513-515) against emperor Anastatsius with participation of Hun-Bulgars. This is first known revolt of monitheistic Monophysites against Christian trinity doctrine, precursor of Khudoyars, Bogomils, Arians, Cathars, and their heirs
515 515 (?) - Arrival of Bishop Karlost from Aguania/Albania to Huns (Savirs) in Caspian littoral Hunnic capital "Varachan"
515 515 or 516 - Attack of Huns-Savirs on Armenia and Asia Minor
516 Syanbinian Jujan Khan Cheunu attacks Tele's kingdom Gaogüy, captures Tele (Teleut) lord Mivota, Tele escape to Ephtalites.
516 Slavs raid Macedonia and Illiria
518 Cheunu sends an embassy to Empire Wei, received by emperor Syao-min-di, re-establishes vassalage to Wei.
518 Justin I repulsed Slav hordes beyond Danube
519 Syanbinian Jujan Khan Cheunu makes a treaty with Ephtalites, gives Eftalite lords his princesses as wives. Allies with Korea (Gao-Guyli) against Empire Wei, and together smash Manju tribe Dideugan.
519 Empire Wei recognized suzerainty of Turfan's Gaochan, and Syanbinian Jujanes continue to trade with them, receiving bread and cloth. Iron goods are provided to Syanbinian Jujans by their Türk (Türks-tuku) vassals in Altai.
520 Syanbinian Jujan Khan Cheunu (508-520) killed by his mother, installed her another son, Anahuan, replaced by Polomyn.
520 Bosporus kingdom submits to Byzantine power; Bosporus kingdom is surrounded by and was probably Onogur dependency
520

Pseudo-Zacharias: Christian mission from Caucasian Albania to Caucasian Huns, headed by bishop Kardost, issued a Holy Scripture written in Hunnic language (Alt date - 522, 544). Scriptue was probably written in Syriac script  Pigulevskaya Syrian sources

521 King of Western Huns "Ziligd"  (521 falls on interregnum ruled by Ilchibek "Gostun" "Kushtan" (Eng. Custodian ~ Regent), r. 527-528, likely maternal uncle of minor "Bolokh" Bulyak-Bolgar Djilki, r. 520-522, after death of Banja-Tatra Banant, r. 505-520), opposed by Ilchibika Boyarkyz ("Boarix"), r. 520-535, widow of Western Huns King "Bolokh" Bulyak-Bolgar Djilki, r. 520-522 ("Bolah"). "Ziligd" = Ilchibek ?  "Ziligd" = Saba Urgan "Zabergan" Katrag?
521 Teles rebel and defeat remaining Syanbinian Jujanes under Polomyn, and Polomyn moves to Empire Wei with remains of his Horde. Anakhuan escaped to Empire Wei in 520, so both branches of Syanbinian Jujan horde ended up in Empire Wei.
521 Polomyn's horde is resettled within Empire Wei by lake Kukunor, and Sinifa, brother of Anakhuan, is resettled beyond border, north of Dunkhuan.
522 Embassy of Patrician Prov to Sea of Azov Huns. Prov meeting with Bishop Kardost
525 Anahuan leads Empire Wei expedition against rebel fortress Bo-ye and defeats rebels. Receives rewards and absolution from Empire Wei.
525 Togon's Syanbinian prince Kualüy pronounces himself Khan.
527 Procopius Caesariensis: Hephthalites are people from Unn tribe, but they do not mix with them they are not nomads like other Unn tribes, but live since ancient times in a fruitful country Among all other Unns they are the only ones with white bodies and not repulsive faces
527 Procopius: Chosroes sent army of Huns into Roman Armenia, to create a diversion there, they fall into hands of Valerian and his Romans, and Huns had been badly beaten in battle, and most of them killed
528 Boyarkyz Ilchibika ("Gostun" (Eng. Custodian ~ Regent)) ("Boarix"), r. 520-535, widow of Western Huns King "Bolokh" Bulyak-Bolgar Djilki, r. 520-522 ("Bolah") - an ally of Byzantine. Baptism of Hun Prince Grod. Savir mercenary troops in Persian army invading Armenia
528 528-533 Western Huns overthrow of "Grod" and seize Bosphorus, Kepa, and Phanagoria (Hunnic capital Banja)  "Grod" = Ilchibek ?  "Grod" = Saba Urgan "Zabergan" Katrag?
528 Defeat of (South-Center) Huns by two Jat rulers under leadership of Yasodharman is mentioned in 5th century grammar treatise by Chandra, in phrase अजय जर्टो हुणान ajaya jarto Hunan ( story)
529 529 (?) Aguanian Bishop Kardost is replaced at Caspian Huns by Bishop Makar
530 Procopius gives first historical accounts about invasions of Slavic tribes across Danube. These invasions started during first half of 6th century during Roman emperors Justinian (527-565) to Heraklios (610-641)
530 Migrations of Slavs were frequently led by Türks, shown by archaeological finds (oldest pieces of Slavic pottery and metal art objects are borrowed from Türkic peoples), and by numerous Türkic loanwords concerning state organization and cultural life
530 Second army of Romans in Caucasus consists of Saracens (sary chechle - yellow haired, or Kipchaks) under Arethas, ruler of Saracens
530 Bulgars led by two Khans invade Byzantine European provinces
531 Gao-Khuan revolted, defeated Tobases and split Empire Wei into East Empire Wei and West Empire Wei, both controlled by Chinese military leaders under a nominal Syanbian Emperors.
531 With split of Empire Wei Syanbinian Togon became free.
531 Khazarian khalifa loses rule over Georgia and Abania in S. Caucasus to Persian Sasanid Chosroes I (531-578)
531 Procopius Caesariensis: "Huns and Ants, Sklavens already crossed Danube many times and caused unrecoverable damage to Romans". Attack of Altynoba's Tatra Huns and Slavs on Byzantium. After next raid Justinian appoints Ant (Slav) Khvalibud a Roman commander on Danube
531 3000 Savir Hun troops in Persian army. Kavad abdication
534 Anahuan with his horde attacks Tele's kingdom Gaogüy, defeats it. Tele's lord Ifu killed by his brother Üegüy, who continues resistance, is defeated, killed by Ifu's son Bidi.
535 The Hephthalite Huns learn to write, as a result of the work of Nestorian missionaries
536 Armenia is split into four parts
537 Goths siege of Rome. To help Belisarius came army of Altynoba's Tatra Bulgars (Hunno-Bulgars), leading Sklavens and Antes. Byzantine's Bulgar troops drive Goths from Rome with help of Belisarius (537-538). Byzantine commander Sittas defeats Bulgars on r. Yantra in N.Bulgaria
537 Return of captured Armenians from country of Caucasian Huns
539 Altynoba's Tatra Bulgar Huns raid to Thrace 539-540.  Byzantium runs 3 wars
540 Jujans defeat Tele kingdom Gaogüy under Bidi and Gaogüy stops existing.
540 Split of Empire Wei makes Syanbinian Jujan Khan Anakhuan a gegemon for both halves of Empire Wei.
540 Altynoba's Tatra Kutigur Bulgars take and plunder not only rural areas, but take forts (539-540). In Illyrium alone, in 540, Kutigur Bulgars seized 32 forts.
540 Syanbinian Khan Kualüy sends embassy to Gao-Khuan in Syanbinian Eastern Empire Wei, becoming an enemy of Syanbinian Western Empire Wei.
540 Togon occupied considerable territory, had cities (protected settlements), had organized government, maybe copied from Tobases, had extensive cattle growing economy, low in culture, and under strong dominance of Khans.
540 Türkic autonomy is recognized by Western Wei
540 Byzantine use of treacherous politics cause Utiguri and Kutriguri to unite against them
540 Savirs attack S.Caucasia
541 Persians seize Caucasus Black Sea coast. Byzantine captures Abazgs (Abkhazia)
545 Altynoba's Tatra (505-545) dies, Boyan Chelbir (545-590) becomes Baltavar subordinated to Avar overlordship
545 Syanbinian Jujan lord Anakhuan, allied with Syanbinian Eastern Wei, together with Eastern Wei's emperor Gao Khuan, and Togon's king Kualüy, attack Syanbinian Western Wei, but do not defeat Syanbinian Western Wei decisively.
545 Emperor of Syanbinian Western Wei Wen-di sends ambassador An Nopanto to Türk lord Bumyn (Tumen) (Chinese policy of playing Türks against Türks). Bumyn displays disloyalty to their suzerain Syanbinian Jujanes and sends a reciprocating embassy to Syanbinian Western Wei capital Chanan.
545 Türks under Khan Bumyn become allies of Syanbinian Western Wei and its successor Bey Chjou.
546 Bey Chjou dynasty was not of Chinese, but of Syanbinian roots and relied on assimilated Syanbinian elite.
546 Ashina Türks conquer Tele
546 Ephtalite embassy came to W. Wei
548 Procopius described trip of Scandinavia Herul Royal Family member, long after first arrival to Scandinavia (during Justinian times) to Illyria to replace dead family member from the Danube region, i.e. within Hun confederation.. In Scandinavia in 6th c. (548 AD) was Scandinavian royalty that was recognized member of Hunnic Royal Family whose roots are among migrants northward of previous century
549 Bishop consecrated for the Hephthalite Huns
550 Abazgs (Abkhazia) secedes from Byzantine
550 West Tele tribes revolt against Syanbinian Jujan dominance, and attack from western Djungaria toward Khalka in Syanbinian Jujan heartland.
550 West Tele tribes are intercepted on the march by Türkic army coming from valleys of Gobi Altai in lined formations, covered by armored plates, on well fed war horses. West Tele army, surprised by unintended enemy, pledged submission to Türkic Lord Bumyn.
550 Bumyn, by accepting West Tele tribes vassalage displays another unloyalty to Syanbinian Jujanian suzerainty.
550 Descendant of Gao-Khuan, Gao Yan, establishes his own dynasty in Syanbinian Eastern Wei named Bey-Tsi.
550 In 4th c. Andrei Caesarian tells that Gog and Magog are those northern Scythians "whom we call Hunnicu
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551 Türkic Khan Bumyn (1) provokes Syanbinian Jujanes to a war by asking for a Syanbinian Jujan princess as a wife. Anakhuan refuses, calling him slave-smelter daring for such an offer.
551 Boyan Chelbir Bulgars and Slavs led by Khagan Zabergan (558-582) cross Danube, loot Thrace and Macedonia, and attack Constantinople. Military losses, Byzantine bribes, and attack of Bulgar homeland by Avars causes Khagan Zabergan to withdraw his forces.
551 Boyan Chelbir Kutriguri Bulgars break through Antian border guard into Byzantine
551 Zachariah Ritor: Bulgars and Alans are mentioned once as settled populations with towns, and once as nomads. Bulgarians towns were in territory immediately next to Caspian gates, while nomads - in steppes north of Caucasus.
551 Zachariah Ritor: Thirteen peoples Avnagur (Onogur), Avgar, Sabir, Burgar, Alan, Kurtargar, Avar, Hasar, Dirmar, Sirurgur, Bagrasir, Kulas, Abdel and Hephtalit live in tents, earn their living on meat of livestock and fish, of wild animals and by their weapons."
551 Onogurs had towns - in earlier times they had built town of Bakat.
551 Boyan Chelbir Kutrigurs raid Thrace. Byzantium, with a skillful diplomacy, incite Uturgurs against Kutrigurs, and Uturgurs attack Kutugurs
552 Türkic Khan Bumyn executes Syanbinian Jujan's ambassador, and in winter of 552 attacks Syanbinian Jujanes and defeats them.
552 Bumyn Il Khan (1) dies in 552, his son Kolo Isigi (3) becomes Khan (552-552) under name of Kara Issyk Khan (3) , his uncle Istemi (2) remains Istemi-Yabguu.
552 Syanbinian Jujanes, defeated by Türks, elect Anakhuan's uncle Dynshuttsy Khan and continue fight. In a battle near mountain Lyanshan they are defeated by Kara Issyk Khan.
552 Anakhuan commits suicide, his son Yanlochen flees to Syanbinian Eastern Wei under dynasty of Bey-Tsi. Bumyn takes title of Il Khan, but dies in same 552
552 Huns and Syanbinians conquered from China western part of Shansy province. Local people were submitted to Hunnish Khan Mugan, who controlled Chesi area west of Ordos, between bends of Chuanche and Nanshan.
552 Kipchaks were members of Türkic Kaganate, Boma were not members of Türkic Kaganate
552 Kipchaks lived in Altai, valley of Chjelyan = Djilan = Snake, so Snake mountain and city Zmeinogorsk. Probably same as Boma of Dinlin Belonged to Türkic Kaganate, lived in Alashan, mixed with Kangals, became Koman/Kuman/Cuman Russ. Polovets)
552 Kara Issyk Khan (3) dies in 552, his younger brother Kushu (4) becomes Khan as Mugan Khan (553-572).
552 Huns and Syanbinians conquered from China western part of Shansy province. Local people were submitted to Hunnish Khan Mugan, who controlled Chesi area west of Ordos, between bend of Chuanche and Nanshan.
552 GOKTÜRK EMPIRE
552 - 743 A.D
Founder - Bumin Khan (Tumen)
Area - From Black Sea across Asia along northern borders of Mongolia and China almost to Pacific Ocean, and valleys of Altai Mountains (Ergenikon) (Total Area - 18,000,000 Km 2)
Capital - Khan always lives by Dugin mountain... 500 li (200 km) from Dugin is tall mountain Bodyn-inli, meaning spirit-protector of country (Altai)
552 During 6th c., formal documents of Eastern Türkic Kaganate were written either in Sogdian or Indian language (Prakit?/Brahmi?), like Bugut inscription. Türkic runiform script was never used there (B.Marshak, 2002)
552 End of WHITE HUN (EPHTALITE) EMPIRE
420 - 552 A.D
Founder - Aksuvar (Aksungur)
Area - Half of Northern India, Afghanistan, parts of Turkistan, Eastern Turkestan but also significant parts of Central Asia (Tokharistan, Chaganian, Samarkand, Bukhara, Kesh, Ferghana, Chach (Total Area - 3,500,000 Km2)
552 Ephtalite state divided between Türkic Kaganate and Persia  

 

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