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Baatar, Khuntaĭzh, active 17th century


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    • Баатар, Хунтайж, active 17th century
    • Khuntaĭzh, Baatar, active 17th century
    • Хунтайж, Баатар, active 17th century
    • Baatur, Khung-Taiji, active 17th century
    • Bātur, Xung Tayiji, active 17th century
    • Baġatur, Qung Tayiji, active 17th century
    • Ėrdėnė Baatar, Khuntaĭzh, active 17th century
    • Эрдэнэ Баатар, Хунтайж, active 17th century
    • Erdeni Baatur, Khung-Taiji, active 17th century
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    • Associated Locale

        Oiratskoe khanstvo
    • Gender

        male
    • Occupation

        (lcsh) Oirats--Kings and rulers
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    • Sources

      • found: Mȯnkhȯȯ, Choĭnzongiĭn, T︠S︡oros-Ėlzhgėd ovogt. Baatar Khuntaĭzh, 2015:title page (Baatar Khuntaĭzh) page 4 (Baatar Khun Taĭzh) page 11, etc. (Oirat ruler, first half of 17th century; son of Khar Khul; born 1587?)
      • found: Nėrt Mongol khu̇mu̇u̇siĭn namtryn oĭllogo, 2000(Baatar Khuntaĭzh, [active] 1634-1663; Oirat prince, son of Kharkhul)
      • found: Encyclopedia of Mongolia and the Mongol Empire, c 2004:pages 621-622 (The Zunghars' rise to leadership among the Oirats began with Khara-Khula (d. 1634); in the 1620s wars against the Khalkha, Khara-Khula had hardly a third of the men of Khoshuud khan Baibaghas (d. 1630), while Baatur Dalai Taishi of the Dörböds was considered the most powerful Oirat chief. Even so, Khara-Khula's son Baatur Khung-Taiji (d. 1653) joined the 1636-42 expedition to Tibet led by Baibaghas's brother Törö-Baikhu Güüshi Khan (1582-1655). Baatur Khung-Taiji returned with the title Erdeni Baatur Khung-Taiji given him by the Dalai Lama, much booty, And Guushi Khan's daughter Amin Dara as wife)
      • found: Mongolyn tu̇u̇khiĭn baga nėvtėrkhiĭ tolʹ, 1998-2002(Baatar Khun Taĭzh (?-1660) Zu̇u̇n Garyn Khant Uls XVII zuuny 30-aad ony u̇ed u̇u̇sėn togtzhėė; 1634 ond Zu̇u̇n Garyn Khan shirėėnd Zu̇u̇n Gar Aĭmgiĭn Ėrdėnė Baatar Khun Taĭzh suuzhėė)
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      • 2016-02-29: new
      • 2016-03-01: revised
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