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Köchü - Wiki (Türkçe)

Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 07 Eyl 2019, 17:44

Köchü


Khüchü (or Köchü, Konchi, Konichi) was the Khan of the White Horde between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the Qongirat and a grandson of Orda Khan.

Marco Polo says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to Kublai Khan, and the Yuan dynasty rewarded him a large amount of grains and other valuable things of China in turn for his alliance. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the Ilkhanate, in Persia. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with Kaidu.

Köchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatayid Khans or the Ilkhan.[1] However, he proved his alliance and refused when Baraq, ruler of Chagatai Khanate, demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on Iran in 1269.

Since 1280, Orda's successor, Konchi or Köchü, had allied with the Yuan Dynasty and the Ilkhanate, in return, they rewarded him. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani's account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Kunchi possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatai Khanate or the Ilkhanate.[11] Kunchi warned the Ilkhan Abagha of the upcoming invasion of Baraq (Chagatai Khan) in 1268. However, when the Borjigin princes, who operated on the Kublai Khan's behalf in Central Asia and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Kunchi whose response is not clear.

Marco Polo describes the Horde as extremely cold area, saying:

"This king (Köchü) has neither city nor castle; he and his people live always either in the wide plains or among great mountains and valleys. They subsist on the milk and flesh of their cattle, and have no grain. The king has a vast number of people, but he carries on no war with anybody, and his people live in great tranquility. They have enormous numbers of cattle, camels, horses, oxen, sheep, and so forth."[12]

He was an influential khan. When the Borjigin princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in Central Asia and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. In c. 1302 he died because of he was overweight.


Genealogy

Genghis Khan
Jochi
Orda Khan
Sartaqtay
Köchü


See also

List of Khans of the Golden Horde


References

[1] Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[11] Stanley Lane-Poole The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[12] "Travels of Marco Polo". Shsu.edu. Retrieved 2014-03-07.


Köchü
House of Borjigin (1206-1635)
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Qun Quran Khan of the White Horde
1280-1302 Succeeded by
Bayan


Categories: Nomadic groups in EurasiaKhans of the White Horde13th-century monarchs in AsiaBorjigin13th-century Mongol rulers



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Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 07 Eyl 2019, 23:32

Köchü


Khüchü (or Köchü, Konchi, Konichi) was the Khan of the White Horde between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the Qongirat and a grandson of Orda Khan.

Marco Polo says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to Kublai Khan, and the Yuan dynasty rewarded him a large amount of grains and other valuable things of China in turn for his alliance. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the Ilkhanate, in Persia. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with Kaidu.

Köchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatayid Khans or the Ilkhan.[1] However, he proved his alliance and refused when Baraq, ruler of Chagatai Khanate, demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on Iran in 1269.

Since 1280, Orda's successor, Konchi or Köchü, had allied with the Yuan Dynasty and the Ilkhanate, in return, they rewarded him. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani's account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Kunchi possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatai Khanate or the Ilkhanate.[11] Kunchi warned the Ilkhan Abagha of the upcoming invasion of Baraq (Chagatai Khan) in 1268. However, when the Borjigin princes, who operated on the Kublai Khan's behalf in Central Asia and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Kunchi whose response is not clear.

Marco Polo’nun anlatımı

Ana madde: Marco Polo

Köchü döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin Marco Polo gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:

“ Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir. „
Marco Polo[3][4]

He was an influential khan. When the Borjigin princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in Central Asia and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. In c. 1302 he died because of he was overweight.


Genealogy

Genghis Khan
Jochi
Orda Khan
Sartaqtay
Köchü


See also

List of Khans of the Golden Horde


References

[1] Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[11] Stanley Lane-Poole The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[3] ^ Marco Polo'nun seyahatleri (İngilizce), 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde erişilmiştir
[4] ^ Bu anlatım Ak Orda Hanlığının geleneksel Moğol yaşam tarzı ve kültürüne sahip çıktığını göstermekte ve Möngke’nin ölümünden sonra Çin kültürünü savunan Kubilay Han’a karşı Arık Böke’nin neden Ak Orda asilleri tarafından savunulduğu daha iyi anlaşılmaktadır


Köchü
House of Borjigin (1206-1635)
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Qun Quran Khan of the White Horde
1280-1302 Succeeded by
Bayan


Categories: Nomadic groups in Eurasia - Khans of the White Horde - 13th-century monarchs in Asia - Borjigin - 13th-century Mongol rulers



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Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 07 Eyl 2019, 23:46

Köchü


Khüchü (or Köchü, Konchi, Konichi) was the Khan of the White Horde between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the Qongirat and a grandson of Orda Khan.

Marco Polo says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to Kublai Khan, and the Yuan dynasty rewarded him a large amount of grains and other valuable things of China in turn for his alliance. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the Ilkhanate, in Persia. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with Kaidu.

Köchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatayid Khans or the Ilkhan.[1] However, he proved his alliance and refused when Baraq, ruler of Chagatai Khanate, demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on Iran in 1269.

Since 1280, Orda's successor, Konchi or Köchü, had allied with the Yuan Dynasty and the Ilkhanate, in return, they rewarded him. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani's account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Kunchi possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatai Khanate or the Ilkhanate.[11] Kunchi warned the Ilkhan Abagha of the upcoming invasion of Baraq (Chagatai Khan) in 1268. However, when the Borjigin princes, who operated on the Kublai Khan's behalf in Central Asia and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Kunchi whose response is not clear.

Marco Polo’nun anlatımı

Ana madde: Marco Polo

Köchü döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin Marco Polo gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:

“ Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir. „
Marco Polo[3][4]

He was an influential khan. When the Borjigin princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in Central Asia and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. In c. 1302 he died because of he was overweight.


Genealogy

Genghis Khan
Jochi
Orda Khan
Sartaqtay
Köchü


See also

List of Khans of the Golden Horde


References

[1] Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[11] Stanley Lane-Poole The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[3] ^ Marco Polo'nun seyahatleri (İngilizce), 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde erişilmiştir
[4] ^ Bu anlatım Ak Orda Hanlığının geleneksel Moğol yaşam tarzı ve kültürüne sahip çıktığını göstermekte ve Möngke’nin ölümünden sonra Çin kültürünü savunan Kubilay Han’a karşı Arık Böke’nin neden Ak Orda asilleri tarafından savunulduğu daha iyi anlaşılmaktadır


Köchü
House of Borjigin (1206-1635)
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Qun Quran Khan of the White Horde
1280-1302 Succeeded by
Bayan


Categories: Nomadic groups in Eurasia - Khans of the White Horde - 13th-century monarchs in Asia - Borjigin - 13th-century Mongol rulers



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Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 07 Eyl 2019, 23:50

Köchü


Khüchü (or Köchü, Köichü, Köycü, Konchi, Konichi) was the Khan of the White Horde between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the Qongirat and a grandson of Orda Khan.

Marco Polo says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to Kublai Khan, and the Yuan dynasty rewarded him a large amount of grains and other valuable things of China in turn for his alliance. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the Ilkhanate, in Persia. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with Kaidu.

Köchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatayid Khans or the Ilkhan.[1] However, he proved his alliance and refused when Baraq, ruler of Chagatai Khanate, demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on Iran in 1269.

Since 1280, Orda's successor, Köycü or Köchü, had allied with the Yuan Dynasty and the Ilkhanate, in return, they rewarded him. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani's account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Küchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatai Khanate or the Ilkhanate.[11] Küchü warned the Ilkhan Abagha of the upcoming invasion of Baraq (Chagatai Khan) in 1268. However, when the Borjigin princes, who operated on the Kublai Khan's behalf in Central Asia and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Khüchü whose response is not clear.

Marco Polo’nun anlatımı

Ana madde: Marco Polo

Köchü döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin Marco Polo gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:

“ Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir. „
Marco Polo[3][4]

He was an influential khan. When the Borjigin princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in Central Asia and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. In c. 1302 he died because of he was overweight.


Genealogy

Genghis Khan
Jochi
Orda Khan
Sartaqtay
Köchü


See also

List of Khans of the Golden Horde


References

[1] Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[11] Stanley Lane-Poole The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[3] ^ Marco Polo'nun seyahatleri (İngilizce), 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde erişilmiştir
[4] ^ Bu anlatım Ak Orda Hanlığının geleneksel Moğol yaşam tarzı ve kültürüne sahip çıktığını göstermekte ve Möngke’nin ölümünden sonra Çin kültürünü savunan Kubilay Han’a karşı Arık Böke’nin neden Ak Orda asilleri tarafından savunulduğu daha iyi anlaşılmaktadır


Köchü
House of Borjigin (1206-1635)
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Qun Quran Khan of the White Horde
1280-1302 Succeeded by
Bayan


Categories: Nomadic groups in Eurasia - Khans of the White Horde - 13th-century monarchs in Asia - Borjigin - 13th-century Mongol rulers



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Re: Köchü - Wiki (Türkçe)

Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 07 Eyl 2019, 23:53

Köchü


Khüchü (or Köchü, Köichü, Köycü, Konchi, Konichi) was the Khan of the White Horde between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the Qongirat and a grandson of Orda Khan.

Marco Polo says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to Kublai Khan, and the Yuan dynasty rewarded him a large amount of grains and other valuable things of China in turn for his alliance. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the Ilkhanate, in Persia. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with Kaidu.

Köchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatayid Khans or the Ilkhan.[1] However, he proved his alliance and refused when Baraq, ruler of Chagatai Khanate, demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on Iran in 1269.

Since 1280, Orda's successor, Köycü or Köchü, had allied with the Yuan Dynasty and the Ilkhanate, in return, they rewarded him. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani's account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Küchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatai Khanate or the Ilkhanate.[11] Küchü warned the Ilkhan Abagha of the upcoming invasion of Baraq (Chagatai Khan) in 1268. However, when the Borjigin princes, who operated on the Kublai Khan's behalf in Central Asia and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Khüchü whose response is not clear.

Marco Polo’nun anlatımı

Ana madde: Marco Polo

Köchü döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin Marco Polo gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:

“ Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir. „
Marco Polo[3][4]

He was an influential khan. When the Borjigin princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in Central Asia and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. 1302 yılında fazla kiloları sebebiyle ölmüstür.


Genealogy

Genghis Khan
Jochi
Orda Khan
Sartaqtay
Köchü


See also

List of Khans of the Golden Horde


References

[1] Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[11] Stanley Lane-Poole The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
[3] ^ Marco Polo'nun seyahatleri (İngilizce), 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde erişilmiştir
[4] ^ Bu anlatım Ak Orda Hanlığının geleneksel Moğol yaşam tarzı ve kültürüne sahip çıktığını göstermekte ve Möngke’nin ölümünden sonra Çin kültürünü savunan Kubilay Han’a karşı Arık Böke’nin neden Ak Orda asilleri tarafından savunulduğu daha iyi anlaşılmaktadır


Köchü
House of Borjigin (1206-1635)
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Qun Quran Khan of the White Horde
1280-1302 Succeeded by
Bayan


Categories: Nomadic groups in Eurasia - Khans of the White Horde - 13th-century monarchs in Asia - Borjigin - 13th-century Mongol rulers



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Re: Köchü - Wiki (Türkçe)

Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 07 Eyl 2019, 23:53

Köycüler


Köycüler (Köycü'ler, Köcü, Köycü, Köchü)

Köchü (Köcü, Köycü)

Köchü (Köycü) Kim:

Khöchü (veya Köchü, Köichü, Köycü, Khüchü, Kochu, Konchi, Konichi) c.1280-1302 arasında Beyaz Ordu Hanı idi. Köchü Han, Sartaqtay'ın ilk oğlu ve Annesi Qujiyan Hatun Qongirat boyundan ve Orda Han'ın torunudur. Aynı zamanda Cengiz Han'ın torununun torunu oluyor.

Sartaqtay Han, Orda Han'nın ilk oğludur.

Köchü (Köycü) Han'ın Babası Sartaqtay Han ve Annesi Qujiyan Hatun'dan olma 3 kardeşleri: Aqtengiz (Akdeniz), Cıldırım (Yıldırım), Aytuğan (Aydoğan).

Bu 4 kardeşin soyundan gelenler Musul'da "Muscalı" Kabilesini kuran kardeşler ve akrabalardır.


Köchü döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin Marco Polo gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:

“ Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir. „
— Marco Polo

1302 yılında fazla kiloları sebebiyle ölmüstür.

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Re: Köchü - Wiki (Türkçe)

Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 14 Eyl 2019, 20:03

'''Köycü''' (or '''Köchü''', '''Khüchü''', '''Konchi''', '''Konichi''') was the [[Khan (title)|Khan]] of the [[White Horde]] between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the [[Qongirat]] and a grandson of [[Orda Khan]].

[[Marco Polo]] says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to [[Kublai Khan]], and the [[Yuan dynasty]] rewarded him a large amount of [[grain]]s and other valuable things of [[China]] in turn for his alliance. According to [[Rashid-al-Din Hamadani]], he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the [[Ilkhanate]], in [[Persia]]. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with [[Kaidu]].

Köchü possessed the territory of [[Ghazna]] and [[Bamiyan]] under the suzerainty of either the [[Chagatayid Khan]]s or the Ilkhan.<ref>Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227</ref> However, he proved his alliance and refused when [[Baraq (Chagatai Khan)|Baraq]], ruler of [[Chagatai Khanate]], demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on [[Iran]] in 1269.


== Marco Polo’nun anlatımı ==
{{Ana madde|Marco Polo}}
[[Köchü]] döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin [[Marco Polo]] gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:
{{Alıntı| Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir.| Marco Polo<ref>[http://www.shsu.edu/~his_ncp/Polo.html Marco Polo'nun seyahatleri] {{İng}}, 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde erişilmiştir</ref><ref>Bu anlatım Ak Orda Hanlığının geleneksel Moğol yaşam tarzı ve kültürüne sahip çıktığını göstermekte ve [[Möngke]]’nin ölümünden sonra Çin kültürünü savunan [[Kubilay Han]]’a karşı [[Arık Böke]]’nin neden Ak Orda asilleri tarafından savunulduğu daha iyi anlaşılmaktadır</ref>}}


==Orda'nın halefi==
Since 1280, Orda's successor, [[Köchü|Konchi or Köchü]], had allied with the [[Yuan Dynasty]] and the [[Ilkhanate]], in return, they rewarded him. According to [[Rashid-al-Din Hamadani]]'s account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Kunchi possessed the territory of [[Ghazna]] and [[Bamiyan]] under the suzerainty of either the [[Chagatai Khanate]] or the Ilkhanate.<ref>Stanley Lane-Poole ''The Mohammedan Dynasties'', p.227</ref> Kunchi warned the Ilkhan [[Abagha]] of the upcoming invasion of [[Baraq (Chagatai Khan)]] in 1268. However, when the [[Borjigin]] princes, who operated on the [[Kublai Khan]]'s behalf in [[Central Asia]] and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Kunchi whose response is not clear.

He was an influential khan. When the [[Borjigin]] princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in [[Central Asia]] and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. 1302 yılında fazla kiloları sebebiyle ölmüstür.


==Soyağacı "Şecere"==
*[[Cengiz Han]]
*[[Cuci]]
*[[Orda Han]]
*Sartakay "Sartaqtay"
*'''Köycü "Köchü"'''

==Ayrıca bakınız==
*[[Ak_Orda#Ak_Orda_hanları|Ak Orda Hanları]]

==Kaynakça==
{{reflist}}

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Kochi Oghul
Köycü
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Kayıt: 19 Mar 2016, 18:00

Re: Köchü - Wiki (Türkçe)

Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 14 Eyl 2019, 20:07

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Köycü (or Köchü, Khüchü, Konchi, Konichi) was the Khan of the White Horde between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the Qongirat and a grandson of Orda Khan.

Marco Polo says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to Kublai Khan, and the Yuan dynasty rewarded him a large amount of grains and other valuable things of China in turn for his alliance. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the Ilkhanate, in Persia. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with Kaidu.

Köchü possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatayid Khans or the Ilkhan.[1] However, he proved his alliance and refused when Baraq, ruler of Chagatai Khanate, demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on Iran in 1269.



İçindekiler
1 Marco Polo’nun anlatımı
2 Orda'nın halefi
3 Soyağacı "Şecere"
4 Ayrıca bakınız
5 Kaynakça


Marco Polo’nun anlatımı

Ana madde: Marco Polo

Köchü döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin Marco Polo gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:

“ Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir. „
— Marco Polo[2][3]


Orda'nın halefi
Since 1280, Orda's successor, Konchi or Köchü, had allied with the Yuan Dynasty and the Ilkhanate, in return, they rewarded him. According to Rashid-al-Din Hamadani's account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Kunchi possessed the territory of Ghazna and Bamiyan under the suzerainty of either the Chagatai Khanate or the Ilkhanate.[4] Kunchi warned the Ilkhan Abagha of the upcoming invasion of Baraq (Chagatai Khan) in 1268. However, when the Borjigin princes, who operated on the Kublai Khan's behalf in Central Asia and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Kunchi whose response is not clear.

He was an influential khan. When the Borjigin princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in Central Asia and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. 1302 yılında fazla kiloları sebebiyle ölmüstür.


Soyağacı "Şecere"

Cengiz Han
Cuci
Orda Han
Sartakay "Sartaqtay"
Köycü "Köchü"


Ayrıca bakınız

Ak Orda Hanları


Kaynakça

^ Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227
^ Marco Polo'nun seyahatleri (İngilizce), 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde erişilmiştir
^ Bu anlatım Ak Orda Hanlığının geleneksel Moğol yaşam tarzı ve kültürüne sahip çıktığını göstermekte ve Möngke’nin ölümünden sonra Çin kültürünü savunan Kubilay Han’a karşı Arık Böke’nin neden Ak Orda asilleri tarafından savunulduğu daha iyi anlaşılmaktadır
^ Stanley Lane-Poole The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227


Köycü

Börçigin "Âl-i Cengiz" (1206-1635)

Resmî unvanlar

Önce gelen

Gün Gören

Ak Orda Hanları 1280-1302

Sonra gelen

Bayan Han




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Kochi Oghul
Köycü
Mesajlar: 18
Kayıt: 19 Mar 2016, 18:00

Re: Köchü - Wiki (Türkçe)

Mesajgönderen Kochi Oghul » 14 Eyl 2019, 21:23

'''Köycü''' (or '''Köchü''', '''Khüchü''', '''Konchi''', '''Konichi''') was the [[Khan (title)|Khan]] of the [[White Horde]] between c. 1280-1302. He was the eldest son of Sartaqtay and Qujiyan of the [[Qongirat]] and a grandson of [[Orda Khan]].

[[Marco Polo]] says Köchü had a vast number of people, but he carried on no war with anybody, and his people lived in great tranquility. Since 1280 he sent friendly letter to [[Kublai Khan]], and the [[Yuan dynasty]] rewarded him a large amount of [[grain]]s and other valuable things of [[China]] in turn for his alliance. According to [[Rashid-al-Din Hamadani]], he also kept a very friendly relationship with his relatives, the [[Ilkhanate]], in [[Persia]]. According to Rashid al-Din Hamadani, Köchü allied with [[Kaidu]].

Köchü possessed the territory of [[Ghazna]] and [[Bamiyan]] under the suzerainty of either the [[Chagatayid Khan]]s or the Ilkhan.<ref>Stanley Lane-Poole-The Mohammedan Dynasties, p.227</ref> However, he proved his alliance and refused when [[Baraq (Chagatai Khan)|Baraq]], ruler of [[Chagatai Khanate]], demanded him to give up the authority of those areas before his attack on [[Iran]] in 1269.


== Marco Polo’nun anlatımı ==
{{Ana madde|Marco Polo}}
[[Köchü]] döneminde Ak Orda Hanlığı bölgesinde bulunan ünlü gezgin [[Marco Polo]] gördüklerini şöyle anlatır:
{{Alıntı| Bu kral (Köchü) kimseye boyun eğmez, Cengiz Han’ın imparatorluk soyundan gelmektedir. Bu kralın ne bir kalesi ne de bir şehri vardır. O ve halkı geniş ovalarda veya erişilmez dağlarda, yaylalarda yaşar. Büyükbaş hayvanlarının etleri ve sütleri ile beslenirler, tarımla uğraşmazlar. Kralın çok kalabalık bir halkı olmasına rağmen kimseyle savaşmaz, halkı büyük bir sükunet içerisinde yaşar. Muazzam sayıda inek, deve, at, öküz, koyun gibi büyük ve küçükbaş hayvana sahiptir.| Marco Polo<ref>[http://www.shsu.edu/~his_ncp/Polo.html Marco Polo'nun seyahatleri] {{İng}}, 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde erişilmiştir</ref><ref>Bu anlatım Ak Orda Hanlığının geleneksel Moğol yaşam tarzı ve kültürüne sahip çıktığını göstermekte ve [[Möngke]]’nin ölümünden sonra Çin kültürünü savunan [[Kubilay Han]]’a karşı [[Arık Böke]]’nin neden Ak Orda asilleri tarafından savunulduğu daha iyi anlaşılmaktadır</ref>}}


==Orda'nın halefi==
Since 1280, Orda's successor, [[Köchü|Konchi or Köchü]], had allied with the [[Yuan Dynasty]] and the [[Ilkhanate]], in return, they rewarded him. According to [[Rashid-al-Din Hamadani]]'s account or H. H. Howorth's analysis, Kunchi possessed the territory of [[Ghazna]] and [[Bamiyan]] under the suzerainty of either the [[Chagatai Khanate]] or the Ilkhanate.<ref>Stanley Lane-Poole ''The Mohammedan Dynasties'', p.227</ref> Kunchi warned the Ilkhan [[Abagha]] of the upcoming invasion of [[Baraq (Chagatai Khan)]] in 1268. However, when the [[Borjigin]] princes, who operated on the [[Kublai Khan]]'s behalf in [[Central Asia]] and later rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Kunchi whose response is not clear.

He was an influential khan. When the [[Borjigin]] princes, who operated on Kublai's behalf in [[Central Asia]] and later on rebelled, fought against each other, they appealed to Köchü. 1302 yılında fazla kiloları sebebiyle ölmüstür.


==Soyağacı "Şecere"==
*[[Cengiz Han]]
*[[Cuci]]
*[[Orda Han]]
*Sartakay "Sartaqtay"
*'''Köycü "Köchü"'''

==Ayrıca bakınız==
*[[Ak_Orda#Ak_Orda_hanları|Ak Orda Hanları]]

==Kaynakça==
{{reflist}}

{{s-start}}
{{s-hou|[[Börçigin|Börçigin "Âl-i Cengiz"]] (1206-1635)}}
{{s-reg|}}
{{s-bef|before=[[Gün Gören]]}}
{{s-ttl|title=[[Ak_Orda|Ak Orda]] Hanları|years=1280-1302}}
{{s-aft|after=[[Bayan Han]] }}
{{end}}

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