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- The Ilkhanate was based, originally, on Genghis Khan 's campaigns in the Khwarezmid Empire in 1219-1224, and founded by Genghis's grandson, Hulagu Khan.
- The Ilkhanate (also spelled Il-khanate or Il Khanate) was one of the four divisions within the Mongol Empire.
- After the Ilkhanate, the regional states established during the disintegration of the Il-khanate raised their own candidates as claimants.
- He gave Eljigidey the imperial seal and precious gifts and sent 3 Chingisid princes to Ilkhanate and Golden Horde.
- Baydu was considered easygoing and controllable, and under him, the Ilkhanate was divided among the co-conspirators.
- The Ilkhanate State helped to pave the way for the later Safavid dynastic state, and ultimately the modern country of Iran.
- The Mamluks were the most successful defense against the Mongol Ilkhanate of Persia and Iraq from entering Egypt.
- On the south, the Golden Horde's lands bordered on the Black Sea, the Caucasus Mountains, and the territories of the Mongol dynasty known as the Ilkhanate.
- With Islamization the shamans were no longer important as had been they in Golden Horde and Ilkhanate.
- Mamai, general and kingmaker of the Golden Horde Qutlugh Khwaja, launched several attacks on both Delhi Sultanate and Ilkhanate.
- Their rule continued with the Ilkhanate, and was extended further following the invasion of Timur (Timur Lang) who established the Timurid dynasty.
- Their rule continued with the Ilkhanate, and was extended further following the invasion of Timur (Timur-lang) who established the Timurid dynasty.
- The rule of Hulagu's great-grandson, Ghazan Khan (1295-1304) saw the establishment of Islam as the state religion of the Ilkhanate.
- When Ghazan took the throne of the Ilkhanate in 1295, he formally accepted Islam as his own religion.
- In 1295 however, the new Khan of the Ilkhanate, Ghazan converted to Islam and two decades later the Golden Horde followed suit.
- Baydu succeeded his cousin Gaykhatu as khan of Ilkhanate state in 1295.
- In 1293 or 1294 the Polos reached the Ilkhanate, ruled by Gaykhatu after the death of Arghun, and left Koekecin with the new Ilkhan.
- He was the great-grandson of the Ilkhanate founder Hulagu, son of Arghun, and brother and successor of Mahmud Ghazan on the throne of the Ilkhanate.
- In the west the Jalayirids and Chobanids had prevented Togha Temür from extending his rule across much of the Ilkhanate.
- During the breakup of the Ilkhanate following the death of Abu Sa'id in 1335, the Jalayirid Hasan Buzurg raised Muhammad Khan to the throne.
- The Muzaffarids (آل مظفر in Persian) were a Sunni family that came to power in Iran following the breakup of the Ilkhanate in the 14th century.
- The Golden Horde dispatched Nogai to invade the Ilkhanate but Hulegu forced him back in 1262.
- Nogai and Konchi, the khan of White Horde, established friendly relations with the Yuan and the Ilkhanate.
- Still, when he decided to attack the Ilkhanate in order to gain significant pasture, Kaidu agreed, as the Ilkhan Abaqa was an ally of Kublai.
- Islam has been the official religion of Iran since then, except short duration after Mongol raid and establishment of Ilkhanate.
- Iran became the Ilkhanate, a division of the vast Mongol Empire.
- Mahmud Ghazan (November 5, 1271 – May 11, 1304) was the seventh ruler of the Ilkhanate in Iran from 1295 to 1304.
- The Jalayirids were a Mongol dynasty which ruled over Iraq and western Persia after the breakup of the Mongol Khanate of Persia (or Ilkhanate) in the 1330's.
- Persia temporarily became the Ilkhanate, a division of the vast Mongol Empire.
- Two of the fragments, the Golden Horde in Russia and the Ilkhanate in Persia were themselves major West Eurasian powers.
- Their rule continued with the Ilkhanate s, and was extended further following the invasion of Timur Lang ("Tamerlane"), a ruler from Central Asia.
- Hulegu Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan founded the Ilkhanate in the southwestern part of the Mongol Empire.
- Kublai Khan's brother, Hulagu, conquered Persia and founded the Ilkhanate.
- With Arikboke defeated, the rulers of the Golden Horde, the Chagatai Khanate and the Ilkhanate acknowledged the reality of Kublai’s victory and rule.
- The Chagatai Khanate in Moghulistan and the Golden Horde threatened the Ilkhanate in the Caucasus and Transoxiana, preventing expansion westward.
- Much of Abaqa's reign was consumed with civil wars in the Mongol Empire, such as those between the Ilkhanate and the northern khanate of the Golden Horde.
- Even under Hulagu's reign, the Ilkhanate was engaged in open warfare in the Caucasus with the Mongols in the Russian steppes.
- The war between Golden Horde under Berke Khan and Ilkhanate under Hulagu Khan, the Berke-Hulagu war soon broke out in 1262.
- Abaqa was born in February 1234, son of the founder of the Ilkhanate, Hulagu Khan.
- The founder of the Ilkhanate dynasty was Hulagu Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan and brother of both Möngke Khan and Kublai Khan.
- A grandson of Genghis Khan and the brother of Arik Boke, Mongke and Kublai Khan, he became the first khan of the Ilkhanate of Persia.
- In Persia and surrounding areas, the Mongols established a division of the Mongol Empire known as Ilkhanate.
- The Berke-Hulagu war was fought between two Mongol leaders: Berke, khan of the Golden Horde, and Hulagu, khan of the Ilkhanate.
- Empires > Mongol Empire > Ilkhanate > Hulagu Khan
- World > Countries > Russia > Golden Horde
- Politics > Government > Empires > Mongol Empire
- Reference > Titles > Khans > Kublai Khan
- Countries > Russia > Golden Horde > Berke
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