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Khan

In Cambodia, one of eight subdivisions of the capital, Phnom Penh. A khan is roughly equivalent to a district or neighborhood.
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41) Another group of Tatar historians emphasized the Tatars' Bulghar identity, which dates to the 10 (th) century Bulghar Khanate.
Historically, Central Asia, the most prominent state where Turks Khanate originated in the sixth century A.
The misunderstandings resulted also from linguistic difficulties: Benedict knew Slavic languages, such as Russian, so he could only communicate with Russian clerks who acted as interpreters in Tartar khanates.
And then there were suspicious sultanates and khanates, either Persian or Turkish, or no one's.
Central Asian Empire, over the centuries, turned into Khanates that Czarist Russia transformed into Near Abroad.
11) With the Central Asian khanates subdued, the Russians endeavored to solidify their border from the Caspian Sea to Afghanistan.
In 1876, the Russians dissolved the Khanate of Kokand, while allowing the Khanates of Khiva and Bukhara to remain as direct protectorates.
Military explorers, diplomats and adventurers on both sides attempted to gain sway over the khanates and kingdoms that made up this territory stretching from the Black Sea in the west to China in the east, as well as the vulnerable lands of the declining Persian Empire in the Caucasus and Caspian basin.
Following the decline of the Timurid dynasty, other cities in the area rose to prominence as the seats of independent khanates.
Afterward, a variety of relationships developed between Sufis and Inner Asian elites during the period of the Mongol Empire, in the successor khanates, and eventually in other Inner Asian kingdoms.
2) In contrast, Azerbaijani historiography--a very dynamic one today after having entered its golden age in the late 1980s--claims that the khanates of southern and northern Azerbaijan, and at times also the political units found on the territory of present-day Iran, were Turkic (i.
The camel caravans from Persia, China and the Central Asian khanates that traversed the Silk Road found their natural gateway to India through the Khyber.