List of Monarchs Who Lost Their Thrones in The 14th Century - White Horde

White Horde

  • Tokhtamysh Khan of the White Horde 1378–1380, title integrated into the Golden Horde.

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Golden Horde - Decline - Great Troubles (1359–1381)
... of their nominal suzerain Yuan Emperor Toghan Temür, the Golden Horde lost touch with Mongolia and China ... White Horde descendants of Orda and Tuqa-Timur carried on generally free from trouble until the late 1370s ... Urus Khan of the White Horde took Sarai and reunited most of the Horde from Khorazm to Desht-i-Kipchak in 1375 ...
Lipka Tatars - Lipkas in The Past - Timeline
... 1226 The Khanate of the White Horde was established as one of the successor states to the Mongol Empire of Genghis Khan ... The White Horde occupied the southern Siberian steppe from the east of the Urals and the Caspian Sea to Mongolia. 1380 Khan Tokhtamysh, the hereditary ruler of the White Horde, crossed west over the Urals and merged the White Horde with the Golden Horde whose first khan ...
Golden Horde - Name
... Further information Hordes of the Jochid Ulus The origin of the name Golden Horde is uncertain. 16th century did Russian chronicles begin explicitly using Golden Horde to designate this successor khanate of the Mongol Empire ... The term Golden Horde (Russian Золотая Орда) initially only designated the Ulus of Batu (Russian Улуса Батыя) centered on Sarai when the terminology first appeared ...

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