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Grand Khan of the Mongol Empire

Yuan Dynasty

The Mongols under Kubilai who fully conquered China had theoretical suzerainty over the entire Mongol Empire, but this became nominal even during Kubilai's reign itself.

During the reign of Toghun Temür Khan, the Yuan Dynasty retreated from China.


Il Khanate

Golden Horde

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Successors to the Yüan in Mongolia

  • Biligtü Khan (Ayurshiridar)
  • Uskhal Khan (Tögüs Temür)
  • Jorightu Khan (Yesüder)
  • Engke Khan
  • Elbeg Nigülesügchi Khan
  • Gün Temür Khan
  • Örüg Temür Khan (Guilichi)
  • Öljei Temür Khan (Bunyashiri)
  • Delbeg Khan (Dalbag)
  • Oyiradai Khan
  • Adai Khan
  • Tayisung Khan (Toghtoa Bukha)
  • Esen Tayisi - the leader of the Oyirad
  • Markörgis (Ükegtü)
  • Mulan Khan
  • Manduulun Khan
  • Bolkhu Jinong (Bayan Möngke) (1487-1516)
  • Dayan Khan (Batu Möngke) (1487-1516)
  • Barsbolad Jinong (deputy)

The following Khad are successors of Dayan Khan and directly ruled Chakhar. They had suzerainty over other Mongol tümed, but was unable to exercise their authority over them.

  • Bodi Alagh Khan (1521?-154)
  • Darayisung Gödeng Khan (1547-1557)
  • Tümen Jasaghtu Khan (1557-1592)
  • Buyan Sechen Khan (1592-1603)
  • Lingdan Khutaghtu Khan (1604-1634)

Lingdan Khan's son Ejei surrendered to Hong Taiji and the title of Grand Khan was succeeded by Manchu Emperors.


Outer Mongolia

See also


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