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                          TURKEY TO EUROPE

LINE 1: TURKS, CHIEFS OF

00. Abtin (800BC), chief/king of the Hyrkanians [Scythians] in Central Asia, claimed descent from the semi-mythological Skhilti Dynasty of Scythia, which claimed descent from Targitaus, called "1st" King of Scythia, the ancestor-deity of the Scythians and mythological eponymous ancestor of the Turks, the son of the sky-god Zuisudra [Zeus] and a mortal-woman, the sis of Thoas, King of Scythia, &, dau of Borysthenes, King of Lemnos [note: another myth says the dynasty descended from one of the sons of the epic Greek hero Hercules begotten of the "monstrous" half-human/half-reptile Scythian queen, circa 1200BC]

00. Faridun, last chief/king of the Hyrkanians, settled in the Iranian province of Baluchestan

01. Tur, 1st King of Turan, bro of Salm & Erij [the father of Manuchehr, father of Nowzar], c. 750BC

02. Duraushasp, King of Turan

03. Spaenyasp, King of Turan 700BC

04. Turak, King of Turan

05. Zadsham, King of Turan, contemporary of Arianta, King of Scythia (650BC)

06. Pashang, King of Turan 600BC

07. Afrasiyab, last King of Turan, gave name to Turkish Royalty, which called itself the House of Afrasiyab; conquered by Cyrus "The Great", Shah of Persia [identified with Kei-Khusru of Persian saga], who annexed Turan to Persia, c. 550BC

08. Pharadas, first King of proto-Turks [were refugees from Turan on the move], 522BC, migrated and settled in Turkestan [modern Turkmenistan] in Central Asia

09. Scopasis, King of proto-Turks, 1st husband of Tomiris, Queen of Scythia

from whom descends: #s 10-25 generations, i.e., c. 16 generations

[vassals successively of the Persians (c 500-330BC), Greco-Macedonians (330-312BC), the Seleucids of Syria (312-256BC), and the Hellenic Kingdom of Bactria (256-58BC) until at length achieving independence]

26. Bonon, King of Margiana [Margush] [modern Merv region] located in Turkestan [modern Turkmenistan], 58-20BC

note: his grandmother [name] was the daughter of Skilur, King of Scythia (100BC)

see http://www.angelfire.com/ego/et_deo/barbarians.wps.htm

27. Spalyris, King of Margiana [Turkestan] 20-1BC

28. Ortagan, King of Margiana [Turkestan] 1BC-AD20

29. Gondophar, King of Margiana [Turkestan] AD20-50

30. Pacorus, King of Margiana [Turkestan] 50-60

31. Kanaban, King of Margiana [Turkestan] 60-80

from whom descends: #s 32-42, i.e., c. 11 generations

[vassals successively of the Kushans (80BC-AD240), Persians (240-350), and Chinese (350-406)]

43. Liu Tsugu, a Turkish prince (d398), whose parents migrated and settled in China's northern Liang province along with the other Turks; & were the parents of

01. ASHINA [Ashihna] [Assena], revolted against Chinese vassalage and broke free achieving independence for China's northern Liang province; duke of the Turks [or Liang] 398, chief/king 406 (d433), sometimes reck'd ancestor of Turkish royalty, eponym of the Assena clan

issue:

a. Apangpu [Tsugu-Pieng-Sun], descends chiefs/kings of the Turks, and, ancestor of Bumin Khan, their first king (552), who founded the Turkish Kingdom, centered at first in the Altai Mountains of Central Asia (below)

b. Ichichni Shihtu, ancestor of the chiefs/kings of the Uighurs, and, [?] father of Asyana Shad, father of Ay Uzhru, their first king (487), who founded the Uygur [Uighurite] Empire centered in Central Asia between the Mongols, Huns, and Chinese

c. Nothuliu, ancestor of the chiefs/kings of the Avars, and, [?] grandfather of Saroshu, Duke of Ukraine, grandfather of Kanadik, father of Bayar Khan, their first king (562), who founded the Avarite Khanite centered in the area between the Russia, Hungary, and Bessarabia, & the ancestor of [five generations intervening] Tudun, King of Avars 795-803, the father of three sons: (a) Zodan 803-5 [father of Theodore 805-814]; (b) Abraham 814-?; &, (c) Tutun (820)

02. Apangpu [Tsugu-Pieng-Sun], chief/king of the Turks 433-461, led migration of the Turks from China's northern Liang province to China's western Xinjiang province, and settled in Kan-suh, near the modern city of Shan-Tan, where the Turkish royal citadel was built on the near-by hill so-called "Turku", "Diirkii", or "T'u-chueh" for the tribe's national name, onetime the Turks' capital-city, and, ancestor state of the later Avarite Khanate (562-796) [vassals of the powerful Juan-Juan empire (c450-545)]

issue:

a. Hsien I , # 3

b. Pusun , # 4

c. Kulapan , # 5

d. Liangu, # 6

e. Wangu Sun, father of 3 sons: Ahingu, Benatru, & Wangu

f. Duku, father of Duku Tasi, father of Duku Ling, father of Dugu Hsin, father of 3 daus

03. Hsien I, chief/king of the Turks 461-490

issue:

a. Hsien II, # 7

b. Mengen Kaghan, # 8

c. Lilipan (dau), wife of Khuganye XIV, Hunnish Emperor of Asia

04. Pusun, chief/king of the Turks 490-491

05. Kulapan, chief/king of the Turks 491-496

06. Liangu, chief/king of the Turks 496-511

07. Hsien II, chief/king of the Turks 511-521

08. Mengen Kaghan, chief/king of the Turks 521-523

issue:

a. Tuwu Tayehu , # 9

09. Tuwu Tayehu [Tsugu T'u-u Mengen], chief/king of the Turks 523-545

issue:

a. BUMIN, chief 545/king 552 of the Turks, # 1(below)

b. Istemi (d573), # 4

c. Tardu, (d576), # 6B

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LINE 2: TURKEY, KINGS/KHANS

regnal-list

[dates are approximate: there are variations of this genealogy, each of which give a different chronology]

01. BUMIN [T'u-min] KHAN, tribal chief of the Turks 545, reck'd 1st King of Turks; revolts versus the Juan-Juan empire and migrates westwards; repulsing attacks by the [H]Ephthalies [Picts] upon the Turks migrating through the Russian steppes; made an astonishing advance; and establishes another settlement in Turkestan, founding [another] Turkish state [the Tu-Kiu kingdom] in Central Asia, Year 552 (d553), changed family-name from "Tsugu" to "Assena

= Chang-Lo[-Kung-Cho], dau of Xi-Wei Wen-Ti, Emperor of China [N Wei] 535-552, & wife, dau of Anahuai [Anakai], King of Juan-Juan

issue:

a. Kholo [Kara Khan], # 2

b. Kushu Mugan, # 3

c. Toubo [Tapo Khan], # 6A

02. Kholo Kagan [Kara Khan] [Qara Issyk Khan] [Kokh-Khan], King 553

issue:

a. Yandu Muchu Kagan, # 5

b. Yshbar Khan, # 11A

c. Shetu Efu Yabgu [Shapolo I], # 11B

d. Kur Bagha [Bagha Khan], # 13A

e. [K]Hulagu [Chulo Khan], # 13B

f. Kiuli Tegin [Mohotou]

g. [Y]Angsu Tegin [Yang-Su Tu-Liu] [Anghis Yabghu] (d590)

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note: issue of "Prince" Kiuli [Mohotou] Tegin (above), the son of Kholo Kagan, was:

a. Assena Yabghu, father of Yasir Bulsa Kapan, father of Chuja Yabgu (d644), father of Khuli Chuja, ancestor of Li-Chin Chung (d808), father of Khehi (d847), father of Shih-Hsin [Li-Kwoh Chang] (d878), father of Kieh Yong, "Blon" of East Turks 878, Prince of Ch'in [China] 894 (d908), father of Husang Tsung, 109th Emperor of China 923-6

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note: issue of "Prince" [Y]Angsu Tegin (above), the son of Kholo Kagan, was:

a. Nivar Kagan [Neri Khan], # 15A

b. Zhangar, # 16A

c. Basyu Tegin [Boshir Teghin], # 18A

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03. Kushu Mugan Kagan [Mukan; Mogan] [Djigin], King 553-572

issue:

a. Apa Qagan, # 9

b. Kayen (dau), 3rd wife of Khusru I [Khosroe], Shah of Persia (d579)

c. [name] (dau), wife of Pei-Chou Wu-Ti, Emperor of China [N Chou] (d578)

04. Istemi [Iski Khan] [Irksi Kagan] [Shetimi] [Stembis] [Silzibul], King (553)/572-573

issue:

a. Taspar Arslan Khan, # 8

b. Tardu[sh] [II], # 15B

c. [name] (dau), 1st wife of Khusru I [Khosroe], Shah of Persia (d579)

05. Yandu Muchu Kagan, King 573

6A. Toubo [Tapo Khan] [Thopo Kagan] [To-Pei], King 573-576

issue:

a. Amrak Jotan Kagan, # 7

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6B. Tardu [Sukhaili] [Dardo], King 573-6

issue:

a. Turruk Khan, # 11C

b. Togrul Khan, # 14C

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07. Amrak Jotan Kagan, King 576

08. Taspar Arslan, King 576-578

issue:

a. Amro Khan, # 10

09. Apa Qapan [Apoukia Kagan] [Dizabul], King 578-581 dep [note: his reign marks the first brilliant epoch of early Turkish history]

issue:

a. Danao Tegin (d638)

b. Assena Teguin, father of Assena Teguin, father of Assena Teguin, father of Ghora Jabgu [Shaporo VII], # 36A

10. Amro Khan, King 581

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581: kingdom split into halves, west and east [A & B]

[dates are approximate: there is another chronology that puts this event in Year 578 rather than Year 581; and the dates of the Turkish khans are adjusted to that year]

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great-kings [khans] of Eastern Turks

11A. Yshbar Khan, King 581-587

issue:

a. Rudan Kagan, # 12A

b. Tunga [Tuhan] Tegin, # 14A

12A. Rudan Kagan], King 587

13A. Kur Bagha, King 587-8

14A. Tunga [Tuhan] Tegin, King 588-590

issue:

a. Qimin Qagan [Koran Kagan], # 19A

15A. Nivar Kagan [Neri Khan], King 590-597

= [name], a Khazarite princess, desc from Karadach (450), desc from Khozarig, 1st Khazar King, c. 100BC

issue:

a. Pio-She Tegin, kld 589

b. Nikul Chula, # 17A

c. Shifkwi [II], # 21A

d. Tong Jabgu Khan, # 22A

e. Moho Shad

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note: issue of "Prince" Moho Shad (above), the son of Nivar Kagan [# 15A], was:

a. Yshbar Toli[s] Shad, # 25C

b. Shapolo [V] [Tongngo], # 26C

c. Nichu Kagan [Hilipi Khan], # 27C

d. Kian Shad, father of Pihotu Khan, # 29A, & Irbis Shegui Khan, # 33A

e. Kieyue Khan [Puli Shad], King of Khazars (640), father of Ashena Holo [Shapolo VI], # 34A, & Harbis [II], aka Khalge Kaghan, Khazar-King

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great-kings [khans] of Western Turks

11B. Shetu Efu Yabgu [Shapolo I], King 581-587

issue:

a. Buli Khan, # 12B

12B. Buli Khan, King 587

13B [K]Hulagu [Chulo-Khan; Tolos-Shad] [Tchu-lo-heu], King 587-588

issue:

a. Tulan [Dolan] Khan, # 14B

b. Tateu [Datou] Khan, # 16B

14B Tulan Kagan [Dolan] [Tidin] [Yong Yulu Khan] King 588-598

= Yang-Ling, dau of Sui-Wenti, Emperor of China 581-604

issue:

a. Shipi, # 18B

b. Chulo, # 19B

c. Xieli, # 20B

15B. Tardu[sh] [II], King 598-599

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great-kings [khans] of Third Turks

11C. Tarruk Khan, King 581-598

issue:

a. Shabolo II, # 12C

b. Saba (d598)

c. Shifkwi [I], # 13C

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note: issue of Saba (598) (above), son of Tarruk Khan, was:

a. Schehu Khan, # 22B

b. Telige Khan, # 24B

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12C. Shabolo II, King 598

13C. Shifkwi [I], King 598-599

14C. Togrul Khan, King 599-603

15C. Qara Khoran Turk, King 603

issue:

a. Nishu Kutlo, # 25B

b. Khilash Kagan, # 26W

c. Irbis Kagan [Huo Hsien Khan], # 27W

d. Bagadur II [Khu-Moe-Khe], # 26E

e. Ilviro Shaporo Khagan, # 27E

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16A. Zhangar, King 597-599

issue:

a. Bagatur [I] Kiuliuq, # 23A

17A. Nikul Chula [Nili Khan], King 599-603

issue:

a. Nipo Taman Khan, # 20A

b. Kiue Tatu, aka Kwoupe Kaghan, # 25A

18A. Basyu Tegin [Boshir Teguin], King 603

19A. Qimin Qagan [Koran Kagan], King 603-609

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16B Tateu Kagan [Datou] [Tatu Khan] [Bogiu Tardush Kagan] [Puchi], King 599-603 dep

issue:

a. Duli I [Toli] Khan, # 17B

17B. Duli I [Toli] Khan, King 603-609

18B Shipi [Shih-Pi] [Dugi Shibir Khan] [Tujieli], King 609-619

issue:

a. Duli II [Toli], # 23B

b. Sirin (dau), wife of Khusru II [Khosroe] II, King of Persia (d627/8)

19B. Chulo [Tchu-Lo] [Hesan] Kagan, King 619-620

issue:

a. Oghuz [Osfoi] [Ochir] Ghuzz (below)

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note: issue of "Prince" Oghuz [Osfoi] [Ochir] Ghuzz (above)

a. Wen Tchuen Assete, # 01 (below)

b. Nichofu, # 02

c. Baz Kagan, # 04

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20A. Nipo Taman Khan, aka Hsien III, King 609-615 dep, d618

21A. Shifkwi [II] [Shih Kuei] [Che-Kuei], King 615-618

22A. Tong Yabghu Khan, King 618-627 [identified with Ziebel, 1st King of the Khazars], whose followers broke away from the main-body of Turks to become the Khazars [who later converted to Judaism]

issue:

a. Ilvi Khan [Tili Tegin] [Ipipolo], aka Shaporo IV, # 24A

b. Tatu Shad, father of Yiwu Khan, # 27A

c. Harbis [I] [Irbis], King of Khazars (630), who, by his wife, Epiphania [dau of Heraclius, Byzantine Emperor], begot Anastasia (dau), wife of Khalge Kaghan [Harbis II]

d. Tien Kiue

e. Yasu

23A. Bagatur I Kiuliug, King 627

issue:

a. Ilvi Shifkwi Khan, # 35A

24A. Ilvi Khan [Tili Tegin] [Ipipolo], aka Shaporo IV, King 627-632

issue:

a. Symo Khan, # 26A

25A. Kiue Tatu, aka Kwoupe Khagan, King 632-639

26A. Symo Khan, King 639

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20B. Kieli Khan [Xieli Khan] [Hsieh-Li] [Kat il-Khan Tugbir], King 620-629 dep, d633

issue:

a. Tupi Khan, # 21B

b. Bilghe Khan, # 32B

c. Hopo Khan, # 35B

21B. Tupi Khan, King 629

issue:

a. Kuli Ili Khan, # 27B

22B. Schehu Khan, King 629-630

23B. Duli II [Toli], King 630-1

issue:

a. Dudu Ghologur Khan, # 26B

24B. Telige Khan, King 631-633

issue:

a. Kari Khan, # 28B

b. Aldo Yabghu Khan (d645), father of Buchin [3rd] King of Tu'chueh 697-?, father of Khusere Khan, [4th] King ?-703

c. Kayi, father of Ochir, father of Wuchile [Utuhele] Khan, [5th] King 703-706, father of Sokho, [6th] King 706-711, & Mecho [Mochuo], [7th] King 711-716, father of Sughlu, [8th] King 716-738, who, by wife, Jeba Dron-Malod, a Tibetan princess, begot Tu-Ho Khan, [9th] King 738-9, & Mo-Ho Khan, [10th] King 739-744 deposed by Chinese

25B. Nishu Kutlo, King 633

26B. Dudu Ghologur Khan, King 633-639 dep

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26W. Khilash Kagan, King 633-639

27W. Irbis Kagan [Huo Hsien Khan], King 639-641

issue:

a. Torak [Turug] Han, # 30

26E. Bagadur II [Khu-Moe-Khe], King 633-639

27E. Ilviro Shaporo Khagan, King 639-641

issue:

a. Sirba Kagan, # 29B

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27A. Yiwu Khan, King 639-640

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27B. Kuli Ili Khan, King 639

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25C. Yashbar Toli[s] Shad, King 632-9

26C. Shapolo V [Tongngo], King 639

issue:

a. Ikilishe Khan, # 28A

27C. Nichu Kagan [Hilipi Khan], King 639-640 dep, d653

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28A. Ikilishe [Mohotou] Khan, King 640

issue:

a. Shifkwi III, # 31A

29A. Pihotu Khan, King 640-641

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28B. Kari Khan, King 639, father of Mizif, [1st] King of Tu'chueh 657-679, father of Yuan Ching Khan [Husehelo], [2nd] King 679-697, father of Tui-Tzu [Tun Yabghu] (d707), father of Khatun (dau), wife of Dus-Srong, King of Tibet, father of Mesag-Tshoms, King of Tibet 704-754/5, father of Jeba Dron-Malod (dau), wife of Sughlu, [8th] King of Tu'chueh

29B. Sirba Kagan, King 639-641

issue:

a. Buzhe, # 36B

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30. Torak [Turug] Han, King 641-644 dep (d656)

issue:

a. Ay Kutluq, # 31

31. Ay Kutluq, King 644 dep (d685)

issue:

a. Qimin Tor, # 37B

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32A. Shifkwi III [Shekwei] Khan, King 644

33A. Irbis Shegui Khan, King 644-647

34A. Ashena Holo [Shapolo VI], King 647-651

issue:

a. Tiyub Shehu, # 38A

b. Kaban Kagan (670)

35A. Ilvi Shifki Khan, King 651-653

36A. Ghora Jabgu [Shapolo VII], King 653-657 dep

issue:

a. Mishe, # 37A

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32B. Bilghe Khan [Szelipi][Sayenda] [Li-Su-Mo], King 644-646

issue:

a. Hollyg Yshbar, # 33B

b. Jenchu Suibir, # 34B

33B. Hollyg Yshbar, King 646-648

34B. Jenchu Suibir, King 648-653

35B. Hopo Khan [Ho-Pei] [Khepi Kagan], King 653-664

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657/664: reunion of Turkish tribes

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37A. Mishe, anti-king [in exile] 657-664

issue:

a. Yong Khan, # 39A

38A. Tiyub Shehu, anti-king [in exile] 664-677

39A. Yong Khan, anti-king [in exile] 677-693

issue:

a. Suizi, # 40A

40A. Suizi, anti-king [in exile] 693-694 deposed by Chinese, ancestor of Huang Tsung, Emperor of China 923-926

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36B. Buzhe, anti-king [in exile] 664-667

issue:

a. Duzhi, # 38B

37B. Qimin Tor [Cemen Dur], anti-king [in exile] 667-671 dep, d724

issue:

a. Yasak [Isaaq] (d768), father of of Tok Temur (d810), father of (a) Gazi Neli Khan, (b) Bilge Kul, & (c) Kara Khan (835), father of Sungur (d865), father of Bulgai (d906), father of Turac Ortuk (d947), father of Bulshi Khan (d974), father of (a) Sharu "Kumen" (below) & (b) Sakur (d991), father of Kara Batur (d1012), father of Togrul Khan (d1058), father of Ay Kutluq (d1097), father of Baz Temur (d1165), father of Kizil Bughe (d1183), father of Qia-Alp (d1212), father of Suleyman Sah (d1236), father of Ertugrul (d1281), father of Osman (d1326), ancestor of Turkey's Ottoman Dynasty

38B. Duzhi, anti-king [in exile] 671-679

issue:

a. Hushelo, # 39B

39B. Hushelo, anti-king [in exile] 679-682

issue:

a. Kibu Chur, # 40B

40B. Kibu Chur, anti-king [in exile] 682-?

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Turkish Khanate [from Turkey to Turkestan]

01. Wen-Tchuen-Assete, King 657/664-679

issue:

a. Qutlugh Khan, # 07

b. Bakor Kapagan Kagan, # 08

c. Zieghu (683), father of Utibeg Assena Teghin, father of (a) Etimis Khan & (b) Basmil Khan, father of Ghora Kagan, # 21

02. Nichofu [Nishu-Beg], King 679-681

issue:

a. Funian, # 03

03. Funian, King 681-682

issue:

a. Pisutu (dau), queen, # 06

04. Baz Kagan, King 682

issue:

a. Toghu Che, # 05

05. Toghu Che, King 682 dep (d715/6)

06. Pisutu, queen 682

07. Qutlugh Khan [Kutluqh Il-Teres Khan] [Idat Khan], King 682-691

= Ilbilge

issue:

a. Bilghe Khan, # 10

b. Yollug Khan, # 12

b. Tengri Kul, # 13

08. Bakor Kapagan Kagan [Mercho], King 691-716

issue:

a. Fugiuy Bogiu, # 09

09. Fugiuy Bogiu [Kuchuk Khan] [Inal Khan], King 716 dep

10. Bilghe Khan [Mogilian], King 716-731

= Khatun

issue:

a. Igen Khan, # 11

b. Duzhi Khan, # 14

c. Koto Khan, # 15

d. Teih Shih [Kiethi Khan], # 16

e. Ozmis[h] Khan, # 17

f. Talo (dau), wife of ...

11. Igen Khan [I-Jan], King 731-735

12. Yollug Khan, King 735-739

13. Tengri Kul [Kull Khan], King 739-742

14. Duzhi Khan, King 742

issue:

a. Yuchu (dau), wife of Ghora Kagan, # 21

15. Koto [Ku-Tu] [Siuan] Khan, King 742-743

16. Teih Shih [Kiethi Khan], King 743

17. Ozmis[h] Khan, King 743-744

= Priset, queen-regent 744-745, dau of Hazer, King of the Beks

issue:

a. Pomei [Baimei] Khan, # 18

18. Pomei [Pei-Mei] [Baimei] Khan, King 744-745, dep

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745: the Turkish state was conquered by the Uighurs, who established an empire in Central Asia (487-1335)

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19. Etimis [Il-Itmish] Khan, anti-king [in exile] 745-748

20. Basmil Khan, anti-king [in exile] 745-748

issue:

a. Ghora Kagan, # 21

21. Ghora Kagan, anti-king [in exile] 748-770 dep

[note: Formhals says in his "Royal Race of Deuman" that Seljuk was his 6th great-grandson]

issue:

a. Elterish, Prince of the Basmils (775), Prince of Basmils [union of 24 Turkish tribes], migrated into northern and western Khwarazm, made the fortress at Enikert his residence

b. Kerekuci Hoci, Prince

22. Kerekuci Hoci, Prince

23. Toksurmu Ilci, Prince

24. Ukoko Kagan, aka Lokman Assena [1st gt-gdson], Prince

issue:

a. Bayindir Ertugrul Khan, Prince

25. Bayindir Ertugrul Khan, [2nd gt-gdson], Prince

issue:

a. Kamgu Kagan

b. Qiniq Qagan (below)

c. Kazan Yabgu

26. Qiniq Qagan [Khiniq Khagan] [3rd gt-gdson], Prince

27. Shaghri Beg [Tschaghri "Bek"] [4th gt-gdson], Prince, son

28. Duqaq [Dukak] [Tuquq] "Iron-Bow" (950) [5th gt-gdson], Prince, son, the father of, see Line 3 below

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Line 3: Seljuk Turks

29/01 SELJUK [son of above] [6th gt-gdson], Prince; founded the Seljuk Dynasty (985); in the "traditional pedigree" he is said to have been "X" number of generations from Afrasiyab, King of Turan (above), whom the Seljuk Dynasty apparently regarded as its "official ancestor". He converted to Islam. He begot

02. Arslan Israil, and his bros: Mikhail [father of Toghrul Beg & Chaghri Beg, father of Alp Arslan] & Yousef [father of 3 sons]

03. Qutalmish (d1063)

04. Suleyman I, Sultan of Rum [= Rome: the Turkish word for Byzantine Empire, to which the sultans of Rum [Turkey] claimed to be its successors] 1077-1085, whose reign was followed by an interim 1085-1092

05. Qilij-Arslan I [Kilich; Kilidy], Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1092-1107

= dau of Tzakbas, Emir of Smyrna

06. Masud I [Rakin-ad-din], Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1116-1156, yr bro of Malik-Shah I

= dau of Al-Ghazni

07/35. Qilij-Arslan II, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1156-1192

= dau of Qara-Arslan, Atabeg of Mosul 1144-45 & 1145-1167 [the Ortokides], son of Da'ud, Atabeg of Mosul 1128-1144, son of Sokman I, Atabeg of Mosul 1101-4, & [2nd] wife [name unsure], dau of David [V], Jewish anti-Exilarch 1081-1094, son of Daniel "Nasi" Jewish Patriarch of Palestine 1051-1062

08. Kai-Khosroe I, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1192-96 & 1204-1210, bro of Malik-Shah II & Suleyman II

= Angela Comnena, dau of Manuel Mavrozomes & Marie, nat. dau of Byzantine Emperor Manuel I 1143-1180

09. Kai-Qubad I [Kai-Kobad], Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1219-1236

= Khwand Khatun [Mah Peri], dau of Kir Vartan, Lord of Galanoros

10. Kai-Khosroe II, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1236-1245

= Ghazia Khatum, dau of Yusuf Al-Nasir, Sultan of Aleppo, son of Muhammed Al-Aziz, Sultan of Aleppo 1216-1237, son of Ghiyath-ed-din Al-Zahir, Sultan of Aleppos 1193-1216, son of Saladin "The Great", Sultan of Egypt 1169-1193; Damascus 1174-93; Aleppo, Syria 1183-83; Jerusalem 1187-1193.

11. Jihgda Khanum (d1252), sister of Kai Kaus II, Sultan of Rum 1245-55 & 1257-1261

= David VII "Ulu", K of Georgia 1249-1270

12. Jihgda Khanum

= Bekha II Jaqueli, Beg of Samatzkhe [3rd wife]

13. Jihgda-Khanum, aka Djiadjak

= Alexis II of Trebizond 1297-1330 [2nd wife]

14. Theodora Comnena

= Demetrius Palaelogus (d1343)

15. Eirene

= Matthias Asen Cantacuzene (d1391) [son of John VI, Byzantine Emperor, & Irene (d1363/79), dau of Andronicus Asen (d1355), son of Ivan Asen III, King of Bulgaria]

16. Johannes [Iohannes Kantakuzenos] [or his bro Demetrius]

= Anonyma, dau of Constantine Hypselantes & Eudoxia, dau of Manuel III of Trebizond & Gulkan, dau of David VI of Georgia & Sindukhtar, dau of Quarquare II, Prince of Samatzkhe & Anonyma, dau of Sharaf, Prince of Tabaristan

17. Theodore [Teodoros] Cantacuzene (d1410) [his bros were Demetrius, Despot of Morea (d1385/1420), & Iohannes, Despot of Peloponnese (d1380)]

= Helene [Uros Comnena], sis of Teodoro Urosh, Sire of Kaponik (d1415), &, dau of Iovan Urosh [Ivan Uros], Despot of Thessaly (d1410), son of Simeon Urosh, Czar of Greeks, Serbs, & Albania 1356-1371, & wife, Tomassa, dau of Giovanni II Orsini, Despot of Epirus

18. Eirene [Irene] (d1457), she had a bro George (d1459) [the father of 4 sons & 5 daus] & a bro Thomas

= Djordje [George Brankovic], K of Serbia 1427-1456 (d1459) [his 3rd =]

he =1 Irene, dau of Demetrius I, Despot of Morea; =2 Irene Komneni, dau of Trebizonde Emperor Alexis IV 1417-1429, son of Manuel III, Emperor at Trebizonde 1390-1416, & wife, Gulkhan of Georgia

19. Stefan, co-regent 1458-9 (d1476/7), bro of Lazar III & Grugur

= Angelina (d1509), dau of George Arianiti & Maria Muzakini, dau of Memprett Muzakini &

20. Iovan (d1502), bro of Durad II

= Helene, dau of Istvan II Jaksic of Montenegro

21. Marie

= Ferdinand de Frangepan, Count of Veglia (d1527)

22. Catherine [Katalin] (d1561)

= Miklos V Subic, Count Zrinski, Ban of Croatia 1542-56, d1566

23. Catherine [Katalin] (d1585)

= Ferenc Thurzo, Bishop/Count of Nyitra, d1574/6

24. Anna

= George Perenyi de Nagy-Ida, d 1597

25. George [Jr], Baron Perenyi, d1630

26. Imre, Baron Perenyi, d1651

27. Catherine

= Simon, bro of John Kemeny, Voivode of Transylvania

28. Simon, Baron Kemeny de Magyar-Gyero-Monostor (alive 1704)

29. Christine

= Balthazar, Baron Banffy de Losoncz

30. Theresa

= Mihaly, Count Rhedey de Kis-Rhede, d1791

31. Laszlo, Count Rhedey de Kis-Rhede, d1805

= Agnes Inczedy de Nagy-Varad

32. Claudine (d1841)

= Alexander of Wurttemberg (d1885)

33. Francis, Duke of Teck, d1900

= Mary Adelaide (d1897), dau of Adolphus-Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, son of King George III

34. Mary of Teck

= George V, King of Britain, etc.

35. George VI Albert, King of Britain

= Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon

36. ELIZABETH II

= Philip, Prince of Greece

37. Charles, Prince of Wales

= Diana Spencer

38A&38B William & Harry [Henry]

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05. Qilij-Arslan I [Kilich; Kilidy], Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1092-1107 (above)

= dau of Tzakbas, Emir of Smyrna

06. Masud I [Rakin-ad-din], Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1116-1156, yr bro of Malik-Shah I, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1107-1116

= dau of Al-Ghazni Danishmend

07. Qilij-Arslan II, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1156-1192

= dau of Qara-Arslan, Atabeg of Mosul 1144-45 & 1145-1167 [the Ortokides], son of Da'ud, Atabeg of Mosul 1128-1144, son of Sokman I, Atabeg of Mosul 1101-4, & [2nd] wife [name unsure], dau of David [V], Jewish anti-Exilarch 1081-1094, son of Daniel "Nasi" Jewish Patriarch of Palestine 1051-1062 [see "Davidic Dynasty"]

08. Kai-Khosroe I, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1192-96 & 1204-1210, bro of Malik-Shah II, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1192 & Suleyman II, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1196-1204 [father of Qilij-Arslan III, Sultan 1204-5]

= Angela Comnena, dau of Manuel Mavrozomes & Marie, dau of Byzantine Emperor Manuel I 1143-1180

09. Kai-Qubad I [Kai-Kobad], Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1219-1236, yr bro of Kai-Kawus I, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1210-1219

= Khwand Khatun [Mah Peri], dau of Kir Vartan, Lord of Galanoros

10. Kai-Khosroe II, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1236-1245

= Ghazia Khatum, dau of Yusuf Al-Nasir, Sultan of Aleppo, son of Muhammed Al-Aziz, Sultan of Aleppo 1216-1237, son of Ghiyath-ed-din Al-Zahir, Sultan of Aleppos 1193-1216, son of Saladin "The Great", Sultan of Egypt 1169-1193; Damascus 1174-93; Aleppo, Syria 1183-83; Jerusalem 1187-1193.

11. Kai Kaus II, Sultan of Rum 1245-55 & 1257-1261, his bros were Qilij-Arslan IV, Sultan of Rum 1261-1266 [father of Kai-Khosroe III, Sultan 1266-1282] & Kai-Qubadh II, Sultan of Rum 1255-1257, &, their sister was Jihgda Khanum [Jihda-Hatun], wife of David VII "Ulu", King of Georgia

= Anonyma, dau of Baraka, Mongol Khan 1257-1267

issue:

12. Faramurz, bro of Masud II, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1282-93, 1294-1301, 1301-7, the father of Taj-ad-Din, Emir of Sinope (d1357), who, by Eudokia of Byzantium, begot Ibrahim]; [their sister, (12B) Anonyma, married Siraj-ad-Din, Qadi of Qaisarie, and, was the mother of (13) Shams-ad-Din, Qadi of Qaisarie, the father of (14) Ahmed, the father of (15) Habiba Khatun, wife of Sulaiman Dulghadi Oghullary, the parents of (16) Bozurd Dulghadi Oghullary, the father of (17) Aisha Khatun, wife of Bayezid II [Ottoman] Sultan 1481-1512, &, mother of (18) Selim I, Sultan 1512-20, father of (19) Sulaiman [I] "The Magnificent", Sultan of Turkey 1520-1566]

13. Kai-Qubadh III, Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1293-1294 & 1301-1303

14. Anonyma, sister of Masud III, [last] Sultan of Rum [Turkey] 1307, was deposed by the Mongols, who overran the Turkish sultanate [his other sister married the Mongol khan]

= Shahriyar V, Prince of Tabaristan

15. Kai-Khosroe, Prince of Tabaristan 1314-1328

= Anonyma, dau of ...

16. Sharaf, Prince of Tabaristan 1328-1344

= Anonyma, dau of Iskender, a Mazandaran prince

17. Anonyma

= Quarquare II, Prince of Samatzkhe (d1361)

18. Sindukhtar (dau)

= David VI, King of Georgia (d1360)

19. Gulkhan (dau)

= Manuel III, Tyrant of Trebizonde 1390-1416

20. Eudoxia (dau)

= Constantine Hypselantes

21. Anonyma (dau)

= Johannes [Iohannes Kantakuzenos]

22. Theodore [Teodoros] Cantacuzene (d1410) [his bros were Demetrius, Despot of Morea (d1385/1420), & Iohannes, Despot of Peloponnese (d1380)]

= Helene [Uros Comnena], sis of Teodoro Urosh, Sire of Kaponik (d1415), &, dau of Iovan Urosh [Ivan Uros], Despot of Thessaly (d1410), son of Simeon Urosh, Czar of Greeks, Serbs, & Albania 1356-1371, & wife, Tomassa, dau of Giovanni II Orsini, Despot of Epirus

23. Eirene [Irene] (dau) (d1457), she had a bro George (d1459) [the father of 4 sons & 5 daus] & another bro Thomas

= Djordje [George Brankovic], K of Serbia 1427-1456 (d1459) [his 3rd =]

he =1 Irene, dau of Demetrius I, Despot of Morea; =2 Irene Komneni, dau of Trebizonde Emperor Alexis IV 1417-1429

24. Stefan, Prince of Serbia, co-regent 1458-9 (d1476/7), bro of Lazar III & Grugur

= Angelina (d1509), dau of George Arianiti & Maria Muzakini, see

25. Iovan (d1502), bro of Durad II

= Helene, dau of Istvan II Jaksic of Montenegro

26. Marie

= Ferdinand de Frangepan, Count of Veglia (d1527)

27. Catherine [Katalin] (d1561)

= Miklos V Subic, Count Zrinski, Ban of Croatia 1542-56, d1566

28. Catherine [Katalin] (d1585)

= Ferenc Thurzo, Bishop/Count of Nyitra, d1574/6

29. Anna

= George Perenyi de Nagy-Ida, d 1597

30. George [Jr], Baron Perenyi, d1630

31. Imre, Baron Perenyi, d1651

32. Catherine

= Simon, bro of John Kemeny, Voivode of Transylvania

33. Simon, Baron Kemeny de Magyar-Gyero-Monostor (alive 1704)

34. Christine

= Balthazar, Baron Banffy de Losoncz

35. Theresa

= Mihaly, Count Rhedey de Kis-Rhede, d1791

36. Laszlo, Count Rhedey de Kis-Rhede, d1805

= Agnes Inczedy de Nagy-Varad

37. Claudine (d1841)

= Alexander of Wurttemberg (d1885)

38. Francis, Duke of Teck, d1900

= Mary Adelaide (d1897), dau of Adolphus-Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, son of King George III

39. Mary of Teck

= George V, King of Britain, etc.

40. George VI Albert, King of Britain

= Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon

41. ELIZABETH II

= Philip, Prince of Greece

42. Charles, Prince of Wales

= Diana Spencer

43A&43B William & Harry [Henry]

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