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Möngke Khan, approximately 1208-1259


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    • us: Mangu, Grand Khan, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Meng-ko, Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Mengge, Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Mongka, Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Möngke, Grand Qan, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Möngke, Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Munkė, Velikiĭ khan, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Yuan Xianzong, Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: 元宪宗, Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: 元憲宗, Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Mȯnkh Khaan, approximately 1208-1259
    • us: Mȯngke Qaġan, approximately 1208-1259
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        (edtf) 1208~
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1259
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    • Möngke Khan, ca. 1208-1259
  • Sources

    • found: Allsen, T.T. Mongol imperialism, c1987:CIP galley (Grand Qan Möngke, r. 1251-1259)
    • found: Collier's:v. 16, p. 455E (Mangu=Möngke)
    • found: Bolʹshai͡a sov. ėnt͡s., 3rd ed.:v. 17, p. 116 (Munkė, 1208-1259, the 4th Velikiĭ khan of the Mongol empire, grandson of Gengis Khan, ruled 1251-1259, d. in China)
    • found: Mongġol-un ġurban qaġan-Ȯgedei, Gu̇yu̇g, Mȯngke, 1985:t.p. (Mȯngke) p. 183 (b. 1208; grand son of Genghis Khan, Mongol ruler) colophon (in Chinese: Meng-ko)
    • found: Wikipedia, Mar. 3, 2009(Möngke Khan; also transliterated as Mongke, Mongka, Möngka, Mangu or Mangku; (Chinese: 蒙哥; pinyin: Ménggē); Khagan of the Mongol Empire (Khan of the Mongols); b. c. 1208; d. Aug. 11, 1259; fourth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire from 1251 to 1259; brother of Hulagu and Kublai Khan; a grandson of Genghis Khan; Möngke Khan is usually referred to as Yuan Xianzong (simplified Chinese: 元宪宗; traditional Chinese: 元憲宗) in Chinese historiography; regnal titles: Great Khan of Mongol Empire)
    • found: Mȯnkh Khaan, 2016:spine (Mȯngke Qaġan [in Mongolian script])
    • notfound: Americana;Britannica.
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    • 1986-01-03: new
    • 2017-03-28: revised
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