Karakhanids

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Yelü Dashi - Rise of The Kara-Khitans - Battle of Qatwan
... The Karakhanids were then vassal of the Seljuks, and Mahmud appealed to the Seljuk sultan Ahmad Sanjar for help ... interceding in a conflict between the Karakhanids and Karluks nomad, came into direct conflict with the Seljuks ... Kara-Khitans became the dominant force in Central Asia, and Khwarazm and Karakhanids became vassal states of his empire ...
History - Medieval Taraz - The Karakhanids
... however were defeated by the Turkic Karakhanids who were a confederation of Karluks, Chigils, Yaghmas and other tribes ... The Karakhanids were the first Turkic groups to have converted to Islam en masse, and from the 10th to 12th century Taraz was ruled by the Kara-Khanid Khanate as a ... Taraz reached the climax of its development in 11th-12th century under the Karakhanids ...
Kashgar - History - The Karakhanids and Kara-Khitans
... or from the Yaghma." The Karluks, Yaghmas and other tribes such as the Chigils formed the Karakhanids ... The Karakhanid Sultan Satuq Bughra Khan converted to Islam in the 10th century and captured Kashgar ... During the late 10th century, the Muslim Karakhanids began a struggle against the Buddhist Kingdom of Khotan, and the Karakhanids of Kashgar under Yusuf Kadr Khan ...
Muhammad II Of Khwarezm - Reign
... at Khorasan region and with Western Karakhanids for Maveraünnehir ... He captured Samarkand (captured by Karakhanids in 1208) in 1207 from the Kara Khitay, Tabaristan in 1210 from Ghurids and Maveraünnehir from Western ... Tashkent and Fergana from Western Karakhanids and regions of Makran and Balochistan from Ghurids and Atabegs of Azerbaijan become his vassals in 1211 ...
Kara-Khanid Khanate - Conquest of Transoxiana
... At the final decade of the tenth century, the Karakhanids began a struggle against the Samanids for control of Transoxiana, with first a campaign led by d Satuk ... Between 990-992, the Karakhanids took Isfijab, Ferghana, Ilaq, Samarkand, and the Samanid capital Bukhara ... who gained Khorasan and Afghanistan, and the Karakhanids, who received Transoxiana the Oxus River thus became the boundary between the two rival empires ...