Dating uzbek hu
The right to the eastern part of these territories, covering western Siberia and Kazakhstan, was left to the older grandson Orda. He was elected Khan of all the Mongols in  and adopted the title JENGHIZ Khan.From these lands, the khanates of Turan, Khorezme, Samarkand, Siberia and Bukhara eventually evolved. Qatchoun, le quatrime Timouk et le cinquime Bilgoutai Outdjiguine as the sons of Yessouki-Bhadour TEMUCHIN, son of YESUGAI (River Onon, Mongolia -Liupan mountains, Kansu ). He made an alliance with the Chin emperor against the Tatars and subjected the latter to Mongol rule.Between 12, he captured and subjugated all the Rurikid principalities before crossing the Carpathian mountains into Hungary. Howorth says that, on the death of Ogodai in 1241, Temugu Utsuken the youngest brother of Jingis, as the last survivor of his generation, had some claims to the throne...[and] seems to have made a feeble effort to obtain it . Bar Hebrus records that "Djenguiz-Khan" captured Bokhara "le 4 de dou'l hiddja" in A. His armies defeated the combined armies of Kiev, Chernigov, Galich and the Kumans at the battle of Kalka river , but returned eastwards after this victory without pressing their advantage.Fortunately for western Europe, at that moment the Great Khan Ogodai died, and the Horde returned to Mongolia to attend the quriltai (assembly of Mongol military and princely dignitaries) to choose his successor. Howorth names Burta, who bore the Chinese title of Judjin...daughter of Dai Noyan chief of the tribe Kunkurat..mother of Juji, Jagatai, Ogotai, Tului and five daughters as the first of the wives of Jenghiz Khan who held superior rank, daughter of YEKE CHEREN of the Tatar. Yssoukane, toutes les deux filles dun homme de la tribu des Tatars as the fourth and fifth of the highest rank wives of Tchinguiz Khan, daughter of YEKE CHEREN of the Tatar. Yssoukane, toutes les deux filles dun homme de la tribu des Tatars as the fourth and fifth of the highest rank wives of Tchinguiz Khan, daughter of JAGAMBO of the Kerait.
The khanate of the Golden Horde disintegrated in the early 15th century, fragmenting into the khanates of Kazan, Astrakhan and Sibir. He captured Merv and Nishapur, with his brother-in-law Toghutshar, during the campaign in the Hindu Kush.
As a response, Barka and his successor entered into close relations with the Mameluks of Egypt.
After a period of hostility with Emperor Mikhail VIII, who initially favoured the Il-khan dynasty, more cordial relations between the Golden Horde and Byzantium were cemented by marriage ties (-killed in battle on the Bug 1299).
Although these sources are late, and should more strictly be categorised as secondary sources, earlier sources were used in their compilation. He predeceased his father, whom he was destined to succeed in the western lands, collectively designated as the White Horde, which were divided between his sons on their grandfather's death in 1227.
One difficulty with reconstructing Mongol genealogy from primary sources is the unavailability of accessible translations. Khondemir records that Jochi died six months before his father, daughter of JAGAMBO.