Daraisung Guden Khan
Daraisung Guden Khan (1520–1557) or Darayisung Gudeng Khan was the Mongol Khan of the Post-Imperial Mongolia. He was the eldest son of Bodi Alagh Khan, whom he succeeded as Khan.During his rule, Altan...
Daraisung Guden Khan - Wikipedia
Sangram Shah
Sangram Shah (1500–1542 CE) was a king of the Garha-Katanga Kingdom, now in the Narsinghpur district within the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Sangram Shah, who belongs to the Raj Gond dynasty in ce...
Ghiyasuddin Bahadur Shah II
Ghiyasuddin Bahadur Shah II (also Khizr Khan Suri, reigned: 1555-1561) was an independent ruler of Bengal. He was the son of Sultan Shamsuddin Mahmud Shah.
Bahadur Shah came to power after deposin...
Bodi Alagh Khan
Bodi Alagh Khan (1504–1547) was the Mongol Khan of the Post-Imperial Mongolia.Bodi Alagh Khan was Turbolad's eldest son and was handpicked by his grandfather Dayan Khan as his successor. However, afte...
Tümen Zasagt Khan
Tumen Zasagt Khaan (Tümen Jasagtu Khan) was a 16th-century Mongol Khagan of the Post-Imperial Mongolia who reigned from 1558 to 1592. He was the successor of Darayisung Gödeng Khan and had direct rul...
Tümen Zasagt Khan - Wikipedia
Mạc Đăng Dung
Mạc Đăng Dung (chữ Hán; 莫登庸; 1483?-1541) posthumous name Mạc Thái Tổ (莫太祖) was a king of Vietnam and the founder of the Mạc Dynasty. Previously a captain of the imperial guard (Praetorian Prefect equi...
Dayan Khan
Dayan Khan (Mongolian: Даян Хаан) (given name: Batumöngke; 1464–1517/1543) was a Mongol khan who reunited the Mongols under Chinggisid supremacy in the Post-Imperial Mongolia. His reigning title, ...
Hongzhi Emperor
The Hongzhi Emperor (Chinese: 弘治; pinyin: Hóngzhì) (30 July 1470 – 8 June 1505) was emperor of the Ming dynasty in China between 1487 and 1505. Born Zhu Youcheng (often mispronounced as "Zhu Y...
Hongzhi Emperor - Wikipedia
Babur
Zahir-ud-din Muhammad Babur (14 February 1483 – 26 December 1530; sometimes also spelt Baber or Babar) was a conqueror from Central Asia who, following a series of setbacks, finally suc...
Babur - Wikipedia
Jahangir IV
Jahangir IV (Persian: جهانگیر‎), was the last ruler of the Paduspanid branch of Kojur. He was the son and successor of Sultan Mohammad ibn Jahangir.
In 1593, Jahangir arrived to the court of...
Lê Tương Dực
Lê Tương Dực (chữ Hán: 黎襄翼; 1495–1516), reigned 1509-1516, was the ninth emperor-king of the later Lê dynasty of Vietnam. He usurped the throne after assassinating his ruthless and unpopular cousin.He...
Ethirimana Cinkam
Ethirimanna Cinkam (Tamil: எதிர்மன்னசிங்கம்) (died 1617) was the penultimate ruler of the Aryacakravarti line of Kings of the Jaffna Kingdom in northern Sri Lanka. He came to power due to the seco...
Injong of Joseon
King Injong of Joseon (10 March 1515 – 8 August 1545, r. 1544–1545) was the 12th king of the Joseon Dynasty of Korea. His father was King Jungjong, and his mother was Queen Janggyeong, who...
Salahuddin of Aceh
Sultan Salahuddin (died 25 November 1548) was the second sultan of Aceh, reigning from 1530 to c. 1537 or 1539. He was the eldest son of Sultan Ali Mughayat Syah, the founder of Aceh's power. He led a...
Cankili I
Cankili I (Tamil: சங்கிலியன்) (died 1565), also known as Segarasasekaram, is the most remembered Jaffna kingdom king in the Sri Lankan Tamil history. He was very active in resisting Portuguese col...
Cankili I - Wikipedia
Muhammad Adil Shah
Muhammad Adil Shah (reigned: 1554–1555) was the fourth ruler of the Sur dynasty, a late medieval Afghan dynasty of northern India.
He was the son of Nizam Khan, the younger brother of the Sultan S...
Muhammad Adil Shah - Wikipedia
Prince Jeongwon
Prince Jeongwon (정원군) or Great Prince Jeongwon (정원대원군, 2 August 1580–1619) was a Prince during the Joseon Dynasty. He was an illegitimate son of the Joseon Dynasty's 14th monarch, King Seonjo, and ha...
Maha Thammarachathirat
Thammarachathirat (Thai: มหาธรรมราชาธิราช) or Sanphet I (Thai: สรรเพชญ์ที่ 1) or formerly known as Khun Phiren Thorathep (Thai: ขุนพิเรนทรเทพ) was the first King of Ayutthaya kingdom of th...
Photisarath
Photisarath (also spelled Phothisarath, Phothisarat, or Potisarat) (1501–1547) son of King Visounnarat of Lanxang, is considered to be the most devout of the Lao kings, he banned spirit worship and bu...
Political factions in Joseon Dynasty
The Bungdang (Hangul: 붕당, Hanja: 朋黨) refers to political factionalism that was characteristic of Middle and Late Joseon Dynasty. Throughout the dynasty, various regional and ideological factions str...
Political factions in Joseon Dynasty - Wikipedia
Mahinthrathirat
Mahinthrathirat (Thai: มหินทราธิราช) (1539–1569) was the King of Ayutthaya kingdom 1564 to 1568 and again in 1569. Mahinthrathirat was the last monarch of the Suphannaphum Dynasty as the kingdom f...
Lê Hiến Tông
Lê Hiến Tông (chữ Hán: 黎憲宗;1461 – 1504) was the 6th monarch of Vietnam's Lê dynasty reigning over Đại Việt from 1497 to 1504.He promulgated the legal code of his father Lê Thánh Tông (1442–1497) in th...
Lê Hiến Tông - Wikipedia
Abbas I of Persia
Shāh Abbās the Great (or Shāh Abbās I) (Persian: شاه عَباس بُزُرگ‎) (27 January 1571 – 19 January 1629) was the 5th Safavid king (Shah) of Iran, and is generally considered the greatest ruler of...
Abbas I of Persia - Wikipedia
Wanli Emperor
The Wanli Emperor (Chinese: 萬曆; pinyin: Wànlì; 4 September 1563 – 18 August 1620) was the thirteenth emperor of the Ming Dynasty in China. His era name means "Ten thousand calendars". Born Zhu...
Wanli Emperor - Wikipedia
Min Sekkya
Min Sekkya (Burmese: မင်းစကြာ, [mɪ́ɴ sɛʔtɕà], [máɴ sɔʔkɹà]; 1536–1572) was king of Arakan from 1564 to 1572. He succeeded his elder half-brother King Min Saw Hla, who had chosen him to be the hei...