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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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18) For Kasimov, Russian archives yield land documents and descriptions of the town and the fortifications--mostly for the 17th century, when the khanate fell under stricter regulation by Russian military governors.
In the application of justice, Morrison shows how leaders of khanates eager to centralize their own power employed civil law alongside Sharia (245-47).
Perhaps this is one of the reasons it was privy (secret) to only a few members of the ruling house in each khanate.
The Mongol invasion of the Rus' was followed by the dominance of Turkic-Muslim khanates over the Slavic principalities, a period that would be remembered as the 'Tatar yoke' (21) This exercise of remembering a period with charged language -that makes an ethnic distinction- has played a significant role in defining the image of Muslims in the minds of Russians.
Monuments of the Crimean Khanate and antiquity disappeared (400-13).
At the time of khanates divided political relations with Russia and Iran are willing to learn and trying to establish friendly relations between the Armenian fitn?
Due to the division of the ruling construction by the early fifteenth century, there occur a large group of Khanates most commonly includes Nogai Horde and Uzbek Khanate.
However, some scientists state that it a western boundary of Turkic Khanate and mountainous passage of Buzgala on the way from Balikh to Samarkand (Milliyoransky, 1899).
In the 13th century, the Crimean Tatars came from the east, creating a state, Crimean Khanate.
The site of an ancient settlement known as Bozok, it later became Akmola during the period of the Kazakh khanate.
Crimea was a Khanate (Crimean Khanate) under the Ottoman Empire and was conquered by the Russian Empire under Catherine the Great in 1783.
Qtlgh Turkan Khatun, Kerman Qara-Khitai Khanate Khatun, immediately after widowed received her dowry equal to ten thousand dinars.