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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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Daughter-in-law Toregene became the ruling empress (Khatun) of the eastern Mongol-Chinese Khanate upon the death of her husband, Ogedei.
Its monuments are a reminder of the successes and failures of the khanate and the tsardom.
And yet, contradictions are sweeping across the Khanate like a raging storm.
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.
Even before Mongol suzerainty formally ended, Muscovy incorporated its own client khanate at Kasimov, which meant that Tatars--Muslims as well as Christian converts--were familiar figures at court.
In a meeting that took place on June 12, the parties discussed preparations for the cultural events dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Constitution of Kazakhstan, 550th anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate, 170th anniversary of the great Kazakh thinker and poet Abai, and 110th anniversary of Chinese composer Xian Xinghai.
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 Russian Empire conquered Crimea only in 1783, and in 1954 the very same Moscow gave Crimea back to Ukraine.
The site of an ancient settlement known as Bozok, it later became Akmola during the period of the Kazakh khanate. This name was Russified to Akmolinsk during the Russian Empire.
Qtlgh Turkan Khatun, Kerman Qara-Khitai Khanate Khatun, immediately after widowed received her dowry equal to ten thousand dinars.
Not to mention half of Africa, and Indonesia, and southwestern Siberia (which was once ruled by the Sibir Khanate for a century or so).
Less than a century ago the Khanate of Kalat was a thriving confederacy of tribes spread across much of what is now western Pakistan, southern Afghanistan and southeastern Iran.