Batu Khan


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Ba•tu Khan

(ˈbɑ tu ˈkɑn)
n.
d. 1255, Mongol conqueror: grandson of Genghis Khan and leader of the Golden Horde.
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Mongol hordes also invited Tatarstan under Batu Khan.
On 20 September 1246, Mikhail Vsevolodovich, the prince of Chernigov (Chernihiv), and his boyar Fedor were killed in the Horde by the order of Batu Khan.
The range of trade is revealed by the archaeological finds made during works in and around the Kremlin, notably the wine trade that flourished with Trebizond in the century before the destruction of Moscow by the Mongol ruler Batu Khan and his armies in 1237-41.