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Genghis Khan
Supremo nga Khan han mga Mongol
Paghadì Spring 1206 – August 1227
Pagkoronar Spring 1206 in khurultai at the Onon River, Mongolia
Nagsunod Ögedei Khan
Natawo probably 1162[1]
Khentii Mountains, Mongolia
Namatay August 1227[2] (aged 65)
Anak Jochi
Bug-os nga ngaran
Cinggis qagan.svg
Genghis Khan
Mongol: Чингис хаан
Chinggis Khaan
Mongol script (right):
Chinggis Khagan[note 1]
Panimalay Borjigin
Amay Yesügei
Iroy Oulen

Hi Genghis Khan (c. 1155/1162/1167 - Agosto 18, 1227) nga natawo ha ngaran nga Temujin usa nga makarit nga pinuno han militar nga ginurusa an mga Mongol nga tribu ngan hiya an nagtukod han Imperyo Mongol. An mga khan, nga nagsunod ha iya, ginhimo an Mongolia nga gidadako-i nga imperyo ha kalibutan.

Hi Genghis Khan amo an lolo ni Kublai Khan, nga naging siyahan nga emperador han Dinastiya Yuan han Tsina. Hasta yana waray maaram kun ngain ginlubong hi Genghis Khan.

Mga kasarigan[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  1. Tsinino: 成吉思汗; pinyin: Chéng Jí Sī Hán
    Birth name:
    Temujin /təˈmɪn/;
    Minonggol: Тэмүжин Temujin IPA[tʰemutʃiŋ];
    Middle Mongolian: [Temujin] error: [undefined] error: {{lang}}: no text (help): text has italic markup (help);[3]
    minat-an nga Tsinino: 鐵木真; ginyano nga Tsinino: 铁木真; pinyin: Tiě mù zhēn
  1. Rashid al-Din asserts that Genghis Khan was born in 1155, while the Yuanshi (元史, History of the Yuan dynasty records his year of birth as 1162. According to Ratchnevsky, accepting a birth in 1155 would render Genghis Khan a father at the age of 30 and would imply that he personally commanded the expedition against the Tanguts at the age of 72. Also, according to the Altan Tobci, Genghis Khan's sister, Temülin, was nine years younger than he; but the Secret History relates that Temülin was an infant during the attack by the Merkits, during which Genghis Khan would have been 18, had he been born in 1155. Zhao Hong reports in his travelogue that the Mongols he questioned did not know and had never known their ages.
  2. Ratchnevsky, Paul (1991). Genghis Khan: His Life and Legacy. Blackwell Publishing. p. 142. ISBN 0-631-16785-4. "It is possible, however, to say with certainty that Genghis Khan died in August 1227; only in specifying the actual day of his death do our sources disagree." 
  3. Central Asiatic Journal. O. Harrassowitz. 5: 239. 1959 Ginkuhà July 29, 2011. Missing or empty |title= (help)

Mga reperensya[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  • Ratchnevsky, Paul (1992, c1991). Genghis Khan: His Life and Legacy [Čingis-Khan: sein Leben und Wirken]. tr. & ed. Thomas Nivison Haining. Oxford, UK; Cambridge, Mass., US: B. Blackwell. ISBN 0-631-16785-4. 
  • Man, John (2004). Genghis Khan: Life, Death and Resurrection. Bantam Press, London. ISBN 978-0-553-81498-9.

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