Volga Bulgaria
Volga Bulgaria, or Volga–Kama Bulghar, was a historic Islamic Bulgar Turkic state that existed between the seventh and thirteenth centuries around the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers, in wh...
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Mongol invasion of Volga Bulgaria
The Mongol invasion of Volga Bulgaria lasted from 1223 to 1236. The Bulgar State, centered in lower Volga and Kama, was the center of the fur trade in Eurasia throughout most of its history. Before th...
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Cäğfär Taríxı
The Cäğfär Taríxı (Tatar Cyrillic: Җәгъфәр тарихы, pronounced [ʑæɣˈfær tʌrɯɪˈxɯ]; Russian: Джагфар Тарихы, in English generally Djagfar Tarikhy, via the Russian transliteration of the Tatar name; Tata...
Siege of Bilär
The siege of Bilär was a battle for the capital city of the Volga Bulgaria between the Volga Bulgars and the Mongols. It took place in autumn 1236 and lasted for 45 days. It ended with the total destr...
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Aşlı
Ashli or Aşlı (Tatar: Ашлы; pronounced [ʌʃˈlɯ]) was a mysterious medieval Volga Bulgarian town. In Russian chronicles it is known as Oshel (Russian: Ошель).Whereas archaeologic excavations pr...
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Qashan
Qashan (Tatar Cyrillic: Кашан, Latin: Qaşan) was a medieval city in Volga Bulgaria, on the right bank of Kama river from the 12th to the 15th century.In the 12th and 13th centuries it was one of the a...
Almış
Almış iltäbär (Almysh Elteber, Almish Yiltawar, [ʌlˈmɯʃ], fl. end of 9th century – beginning of 10th) was the first Muslim ruler (emir) of Volga Bulgaria.Almış was a son of Şilki ([ʃilˈki]). He ...
Ghabdula Chelbir
Ghabdula Chelbir (or only Chelbir) was ruler of Volga Bulgaria from 1178 to 1225. He is son of Otak. During the reign of Chelbir Volga Bulgaria strengthens economic, military, and the state extends fr...
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Esegel
Esegels (aka Izgil (), Äsägel, Askel, Askil, Ishkil, pinyin Asijie, Sijie) were a, possibly,Turkic dynastic tribe that in the Middle Ages joined the Itil Bulgaria state and were assimilated to Bulgar...
Barsils
Barsils / Barsilts, Chinese Baysi (Karachay-Balkar: Bars El - People of Bars, barsilli, pl. barsille), were a semi-nomadic Eurasian tribe of Turkic linguistic affiliation, which in turn evolved in...
Qol Ghali
Qol Ghali (Tatar Cyrillic: Кол Гали, Latin: Qol Ğäli, Bashkir: Ҡол Fәли, Chuvash: Кул Али, Russian: Кул Гали, Kul Gali; circa 1183-1236) was a famous Muslim Volga Bulgar poet, the founder ...
Qashan Principality
Qashan Duchy was a Bolghar Duchy in today Tatarstan. After the Mongol invasion to Bolghar in the 13th century it became independent on Volga Bulgaria. It was a vassal of Golden Horde.The capital was Q...
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List of Volga Bulgaria kings
This is a list of Volga Bulgaria baltawars, iltäbärs and emirs (kings).
Ahmad ibn Fadlan
Ahmad ibn Fadlān ibn al-Abbās ibn Rāšid ibn Hammād (Arabic: أحمد بن فضلان بن العباس بن راشد بن حماد‎) was a 10th-century Arab traveler, famous for his account of his travels as a member of a...
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Bolghar
Bolghar (Tatar Cyrillic: Болгар, Latin: Bulgar, Bolgar, Bolğar, Chuvash: Пăлхар) was intermittently capital of Volga Bulgaria from the 8th to the 15th centuries, along with Bilyar and Nur-Suvar. I...
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Şilki
Şilki (pronounced [ʃilˈki]) or Shilki (Islamized as Abdallah; mid 9th - beginning of the 10th century) grandson of Tat-Ugek (descendant of Attila and his son Irnik, through Kubrat and his son Bat-Baya...
Cükätaw
Cükätaw (pronounced [ʑykæˈtɑʊ]; Tatar Cyrillic: Җүкәтау) or Juketau (called Zhukotin in Russian chronicles) was a medieval Bolgar city during the 10th to 15th centuries CE. The city was situated on th...
Friar Julian
Friar Julian (Hungarian: Julianus barát) was one of a group of Hungarian Dominican friars who, in 1235, left Hungary in order to find those Magyars who — according to the chronicles — ...
Suar
Suar (Suwar or Suvar) was a medieval (9th - 14th century) Volga Bulgarian city, the capital of Suar Duchy in 948-975.It was situated at Volga's left tributary Ütäk river's upper stream. In the 10th ce...
Elteber
Elteber (Old Turkic: , elteber) was the client king of an autonomous but tributary tribe or polity in the hierarchy of the Turkic khaganates and Khazar Khaganate.In the case of the Khazar Khaganate, t...
Bilär
50°23′52″E / 54.9852722322°N 50.3977194544°E / 54.9852722322; 50.3977194544Bilär (Tatar Cyrillic: Биләр; also Bilyar, Bülär, Бүләр) was a medieval city in Volga Bulgaria and i...
Battle of Samara Bend
The Battle of Samara Bend or the Battle of Kernek was the first battle between Volga Bulgaria and the Mongols, probably one of the first skirmishes or battles the Mongols lost. It took place in autum...
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