According to Kocak, the historiography of the Golden Horde
rule over the Slavic principalities in 14th century, the mandated Islamic religious institutions and the Western influence constitute the primary sources of such narratives.
In the list of already familiar surnames, at the suggestion of the Department of Education and Science of the Kurgan Region, Evgeny Igorevich Sorogin, who has extensive experience working with young people, is the author of more than 20 scientific publications on the archeology and history of the Golden Horde
He believes that those who advance such notions employ biased sources, and he associates the Islamic conversion of the Kazakhs to the time of the Golden Horde
: "It is a reasonable proposition that the Kazakhs are Muslims because their origins are in the Golden Horde
, and the Golden Horde
had already converted to Islam before the Kazaks became a distinct ethnos" (Privatsky 2001:46).
From Mamluk chronicles, we learn instead about Segurano's relations with two Mamluk sultans and two khans of the Golden Horde
Then there's a load of acts you may never have heard of - from The Golden Horde
to Will DeBurca (to name just two that were new to me).
WHO were called the Golden Horde
due to the wealth they |gained by plunder?
I wrote in my piece: "Ebn Mohannyu [Jamyul-al-Din, dating back to around the early eighth century, probably in Khorasan], characterized the khans of the Golden Horde
and of the Crimea, as well as the Kazan Tatars, and wrote in Chagatai much of the time.
Kazakhstan, as one of the major heirs of the Golden Horde
, has a full right to hold the Games," said the President.
It contains evidence of the medieval city of Bolgar, an early settlement of the civilisation of Volga-Bolgars, which existed between the 7th and 15th centuries, and was the first capital of the Golden Horde
in the 13th century.
Khan had his Golden Horde
with him; Cope had three horses and a dog, his companions for his three-and-a-half-year trek.
Halperin, "Tsarev ulus: Russia in the Golden Horde
," Cahiers du monde russe et sovietique 23, 2 (1982): 257-653, repr.
It was conquered by the Mongols in the thirteenth century, and after the collapse of the Golden Horde
it became a khanate (at first independent, after an Ottoman vassal) that served as a continual threat to the Eastern Slavs who attempted to cultivate the fertile steppe to its north.