*  Buddhism in Mongolia - Wikipedia
Buddhism in Mongolia began with the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368) emperors conversion to Tibetan Buddhism. The Mongols returned to ... The emperors of the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368) in the 13th and 14th century converted to Tibetan Buddhism. Kublai Khan (reign ... Buddhism, furthermore played a role in Mongolia's foreign policy by linking Mongolia with the communist and the noncommunist ... established the Yuan-dynasty in 1271) invited lama Drogön Chögyal Phagpa of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism to spread ...
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*  History of the eastern steppe - Wikipedia
It split into four parts and China-based Mongols ruled China, Manchuria, Mongolia and Tibet as the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368). ... The core of the area is Mongolia, not only the Outer Mongolia that we see on maps but also Inner Mongolia and much of Gansu ... Mongolia or Tibet. The Mongols retreated to their homeland and formed the so-called Northern Yuan dynasty which was rather weak ... Mongolia was independent and south China remained under the Song dynasty. 982-1227: Tanguts: In Kitan and Jerchen times the ...
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*  Dzungar-Qing Wars - Wikipedia
The war resulted from a Dzungar attack on the Northern Yuan dynasty based in Outer Mongolia, who were heavily defeated in 1688 ... the remnants of the Northern Yuan dynasty, of eastern Mongolia. Upon assuming the throne after the death of his brother Sengge ... China's Mongol rulers withdrew to Mongolia and became known as the Northern Yuan dynasty. Over time, the Mongol state ... The Qing dynasty defeated the Inner Chahar Mongol leader Ligdan Khan and annexed Inner Mongolia. While the Eastern Mongols ( ...
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*  List of state leaders in 1368 - Wikipedia
Ming dynasty established; Mongol-led Yuan dynasty expelled to Mongolia and survives as Northern Yuan Yuan dynasty - Emperor ... Palaiologan dynasty) - John V, Emperor (1341-1391) Crown of Castile - Peter I (1350-1369) Kingdom of Denmark - Valdemar IV ( ... Emperor of Northern Yuan (1368-1370) Ming dynasty - Hongwu Emperor (1368-1398) Kingdom of Chūzan - Satto - (1355-1395) Kingdom ... This is a list of heads of state, government leaders, and other rulers in the year 1368. Ethiopian Empire - Newaya Krestos ( ...
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*  Mongols - Wikipedia
... the Mongols continued to rule the Northern Yuan dynasty in Mongolia homeland. However, the Oirads began to challenge the ... ruled eastern Mongolia, western Mongolia, the northern part of Inner Mongolia and northern Mongolia, the Khitan were ... By 1279, they conquered the Song dynasty and brought all of China under control of the Yuan dynasty. With the breakup of the ... The Dongxiangs, Bonans, Yugur and Monguor people were invaded by Chinese Ming dynasty. After the fall of the Yuan dynasty in ...
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*  List of Northern Yuan khans - Wikipedia
... based in Mongolia, after the overthrow of the Yuan dynasty by the Ming dynasty of China in 1368. List of emperors of the Yuan ... The following is a list of Khans or Khagans of the Northern Yuan dynasty (1368-1635) ... dynasty Yuan dynasty family tree List of Mongol rulers List of Mongol khatuns. ...
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*  Ejei Khan - Wikipedia
The Northern Yuan dynasty, existed as remnants of the Yuan dynasty retreating north to Mongolia homeland after 1368, had ... List of khans of the Northern Yuan dynasty. ... The Qing dynasty's punishment of the rebellion was very harsh: ... Weighing their options, Ejei and his mother decided to surrender and was said to give the imperial seal of the Yuan rulers to ... Borni (布尔尼) was careful to not show any sign of disrespecting the Qing dynasty, but finally in 1675, he suddenly rebelled along ...
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*  List of Mongol rulers - Wikipedia
Suurgatmish 1370-1388 Sultan Mahmud (Mohammed II) 1388-1402 Khans or Khagans of the Mongolia-based Northern Yuan dynasty: ... and administrative system History of Mongolia Yuan dynasty family tree List of Mongol states List of heads of state of Mongolia ... With the establishment of the Yuan dynasty in 1271, the Kublaids became Yuan emperors, who were considered as Khagan for the ... The list of states is chronological but follows the development of different dynasties. Khabul Khan Ambaghai Khan Hotula Khan ...
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*  Catholic Church in Mongolia - Wikipedia
John of Montecorvino was a key missionary to Mongol-controlled China during the Yuan Dynasty, translating the New Testament and ... Morris Rossabi (28 November 2014). From Yuan to Modern China and Mongolia: The Writings of Morris Rossabi. BRILL. pp. 670-. ... In 1883, a vicariate for Inner Mongolia was created, and then a mission was created for Outer Mongolia in 1922. Freedom of ... A mission was founded for Outer Mongolia, giving Mongolia its first Roman Catholic jurisdiction, but all work ceased within a ...
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*  List of state leaders in 1348 - Wikipedia
Mongolia - (Yuan dynasty) - Ukhaatu Khan (1333-1368) Kingdom of Nanzan - (Ozato Line) - Ofusato (1337-1396) Sukhothai Kingdom ... Yuan dynasty) - Emperor Huizong (1333-1370) Kingdom of Chūzan - (Eiso Line) - Seii (1337-1355) Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia - ( ... Sangama dynasty) - Harihara Raya I (1336-1356) Đại Việt (Trần dynasty) - Trần Dụ Tông (1341-1369) Andorra - Co-Prince - Nicola ... Solomonic dynasty) - Newaya Krestos (1344-1372) Ifat (Walashma dynasty; tributary Ethiopian state) - Ali ibn Sabr ad-Din (1336/ ...
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*  Yuan dynasty in Inner Asia - Wikipedia
... a general of the Mongolia-based Northern Yuan dynasty who was originally a Yuan official. Ming conquest of Manchuria only ... The Yuan dynasty in Inner Asia was the domination of the Yuan dynasty in Inner Asia in the 13th and the 14th centuries. The ... After the establishment of the Yuan dynasty, Manchuria became a part of the Yuan. The Yuan founder Kublai Khan set up the ... which was directly governed by the Yuan dynasty. After the fall of the Yuan dynasty in 1368, the Kara Del khanate was founded ...
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*  Khagan - Wikipedia
... it continued to be used during the Northern Yuan dynasty in Mongolia homeland. Thus, the Yuan is sometimes referred to as the ... Since the division of the Mongol Empire, emperors of the Yuan dynasty held the title of Khagan and their successors in Mongolia ... until the Yuan dynasty fell in China (1368). After the breakdown of Mongol Empire and the fall of the Yuan dynasty in the mid- ... was still used by the emperors of the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368), who assumed the role of Emperor of China, and after the fall of ...
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*  Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368 AD) - Chinese History: Ancient China Facts
... portion of present Inner Mongolia and the Henan areas north of the Yellow River was consisted the Central region of the Yuan ... The dynasty territory in the Yuan period of China was apportioned in the Central Region and areas or localities controlled by ... The Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) saw a diversification and richness in cultural traditions. The development of a rich culture all ... The history of the country is long and great and the period of the Yuan rule can be considered as the most productive dynasty ...
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*  History of Tibetan Buddhism - Wikipedia
The Yuan dynasty based in China and Mongolia became the only division of the Mongol Empire not to embrace Islam, instead ... as in the Yuan dynasty. In the early days, the rulers of both khanates increasingly adopted Tibetan Buddhism, like the Yuan ... With the Mongol invasion of Tibet in the 13th century and the establishment of the Yuan dynasty, Tibetan Buddhism spread beyond ... For instance, Hangzhou, capital of the former Southern Song dynasty and the largest city in the Yuan realm, became an important ...
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*  Manchuria under Yuan rule - Wikipedia
... under Ming rule Manchuria under Qing rule Korea under Yuan rule Mongolia under Yuan rule Tibet under Yuan rule Yuan dynasty in ... Manchuria under Yuan rule refers to the Yuan dynasty's rule over Manchuria, including modern Northeast China and Outer ... It became a part of the Yuan dynasty, division of the Mongol Empire, when the dynasty was founded by the Mongol leader Kublai ... With the establishment of the Yuan dynasty in China by Mongol leader Kublai Khan, Manchuria became a part of the Yuan. Kublai ...
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*  Post-classical history - Wikipedia
The Genghisid rulers returned to Mongolia homeland and continued rule the Northern Yuan dynasty. The Postclassical Era of the ... In 1304, the three western khanates briefly accepted the nominal suzerainty of the Yuan dynasty, but it was later overthrown by ... A new powerful dynasty began to rise in the 580s, amidst the divided Six Dynasties period. This was started when an aristocrat ... Eventually the Liao Dynasty in the north was overthrown by the Jin dynasty ruled by the Jurchen people. The new Jin kingdom ...
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*  Chahar Province - Wikipedia
After the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), the area was only intermittently controlled by China. The Chahar had become the personal ... North: Xing'an North and West: Mongolia West and South : Suiyuan South: Shanxi and Hebei East: Rehe and Liaobei Zhangjiakou ... Yao, Xiguang Zhu (1908), 籌蒙芻議 [A Humble Suggestion on Planning of Mongolia], OCLC 32634034 Facsimile reprinted in 1965 in ... mostly covering territory in what is part of eastern Inner Mongolia. It was named after the Chahar Mongolians. Chahar Province ...
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Yuan Dynasty. The Yuan Dynasty , or Great Yuan Empire was a ruling dynasty founded by the Mongol leader Kublai Khan, who ruled ... most of present-day China, all of modern Mongolia and its surrounding areas, lasting officially from 1271 to 1368. It is ... Yuan-Cheng Fung. Yuan-Cheng "Bert" Fung is a scientist regarded as a founding figure of bioengineering, tissue engineering, and ... Yue Fei , style name Pengju, was a military general of the Southern Song Dynasty. His ancestral home was in Xiaoti, Yonghe ...
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*  Ming Great Wall - Wikipedia
... ousted the Mongol-led Yuan dynasty from China to inaugurate the Ming dynasty. The Mongols fled back to Mongolia, but even after ... He was succeeded by his son Hung Taiji, who worked to undermine Yuan Chonghuan by spreading rumours of Yuan's collaboration ... Yuan Chonghuan hastily sent an army to drive off the raiders from the walls of Beijing, but political damage had already been ... Yuan Chonghuan was accused of treason for letting this happen, and in 1630 he was executed by slow dismemberment while his ...
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*  Mongolia (disambiguation) - Wikipedia
Mongolia-based Northern Yuan dynasty (1368-1635) Mongolia under Qing rule (1635-1911) Mongolia (1911-24) Mongolian People's ... Mongolia may also refer to: Outer Mongolia, an outer region of the Qing dynasty, most of which are now covered by the Mongolian ... see Greater Mongolia (disambiguation) Historical periods or states: Mongolia under Yuan rule (1271-1368) ... Mongolia is a modern state in east-central Asia. ... state (1691-1911) Inner Mongolia, an autonomous region of China ...
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*  Borjigin - Wikipedia
... the Yuan dynasty was overthrown by the Ming dynasty in China but members of the family continued to rule over Mongolia homeland ... Giray Dynasty Crimean Khanate Astrakhan Khanate Chagatai Khanate Yuan dynasty Ilkhanate Northern Yuan dynasty Khaidu Khabul ... founded the Yuan dynasty in China in 1271. The dynasty was overthrown by the Ming dynasty during the reign of Toghaghan-Temür ... Asian dynasties descended from Genghis Khan included the Yuan dynasty of China, the Ilkhanids of Persia, the Jochids of the ...
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*  Chingissid - Wikipedia
... known as Northern Yuan dynasty continued to rule Mongolia. And also: All the golden family Mongol khans from 14 to 17th century ... Mongol Empire Timurid dynasty Turko-Mongol History of Central Asia Yuan dynasty family tree. ... Elite families of following empires, belonged to his royal line: Mongol Empire and its major subdivisions: Yuan dynasty ... Later Crimean Khanate, Astrakhan Khanate, Siberian khanate, Kazan khanate, Uzbek khan Mohammed Sheyban and Manghit dynasty may ...
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*  Chinese emperors family tree (late) - Wikipedia
... but it survived in Mongolia, known as the Northern Yuan dynasty; years of reign over the Northern Yuan dynasty (up to 1388) are ... founded the Yuan dynasty in China in 1271. The dynasty was overthrown by the Ming dynasty during the reign of Toghun Temür in ... The dynasty was originally titled the Later Jin dynasty, in reference to its origins in the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty (1115-1234 ... Legend: - Ming dynasty emperors - Southern Ming emperors The following is a simplified family tree for the Qing dynasty, which ...
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*  Northern Yuan dynasty - Wikipedia
The Yuan remnants retreated to Mongolia after the fall of Yingchang to the Ming dynasty in 1370, where the name Great Yuan was ... The Mongols held the name Dayan (Great Yuan, from Chinese Da Yuan) in the early period of this dynasty as in the earlier Yuan ... List of khans of the Northern Yuan dynasty List of Mongol states Mongol Empire Yuan dynasty William Elliott Butler-The ... 408 Memory of the Dai Yuan ulus (the Great Yuan dynasty) Ming shi, pp. 378 Gérard Chaliand-Nomadic empires: from Mongolia to ...
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*  History of the Great Wall of China - Wikipedia
... ousted the Mongol-led Yuan dynasty from China to inaugurate the Ming dynasty. The Mongols fled back to Mongolia, but even after ... With that, the Yuan dynasty, established by Genghis Khan's grandson Khublai Khan, became the first foreign dynasty to rule all ... Journal of Song-Yuan Studies. The Society for Song, Yuan, and Conquest Dynasty Studies. 38: 99-138. doi:10.1353/sys.0.0032. ... The Yuan dynasty faced challenges from rival claimants to the title of Great Khan and from rebellious Mongols in the north. ...
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