This is part of the family tree of Genghis Khan.
The following mythical ancestors are from The Secret History of the Mongols:
Borte Chino ("grey wolf") and Qo'ai-maral ("beautiful doe")
Bodonchar (sometimes Buzanchar)
Qaidu I (c. 1030, united the Mongols and recognized as Kaghan by the Song Emperor)
Yesugei - Hoelun
- Belgutei (not by Hoelun)
- Bekhter (not by Hoelun)
- Jöchi Khasar (also simply "Qasar" or "Kasar", or "Khabutu Khasar" - lit. "Khasar the Archer")
- Temüjin (Genghis Khan), Khagan 1206-1227 - Borte (principal wife)
- Jochi (paternity uncertain)
- Son Orda Khan, founder of the White Horde (Khan 1226-1280) in Kazachstan.
- Son Kochu, Khan of the White Horde 1280-1302.
- Son Batu Khan, founder of the Blue Horde, and later of the Golden Horde (or Kipchak Khanate) (Khan 1240-1255) in Russia.
- Son Sartaq, Khan of the Golden Horde 1255-1256.
- Toqoqan (?)
- Mengu-Timur, Khan of the Golden Horde 1266-1282.
- Son Berke, Khan of the Golden Horde 1256-1266.
- Son Sinkur
- Son Siban
- Nogai Khan
- Chaka of Bulgaria
- Chagatai Khan, founder of the Chagatai Khanate in present-day Iran, reputed ancestor of Babur of the Mughal Empire in India.
- Son Mö'etüken
- Son Qara Hülëgü (d. 1252), Khan of the Chagatai Khanate 1242-1246 and 1252.
- Son Mubarak Shah, Khan of the Chagatai Khanate 1252-1260 and 1266.
- Son Yesü Möngke, (d. 1252), Khan of the Chagatai Khanate 1252.
- Son Alghu, (d. ca. 1266), Khan of the Chagatai Khanate 1260-1266.
- Son Yesünto'a
- Son Baraq (Chagatai Khan) (d. 1271), Khan of the Chagatai Khanate 1266-1271.
- Ögedei Khan, ruled as Khagan 1229-1241.
- Son Güyük Khan, Khagan 1246-1248.
- Son Kadan.
- Son Kashin.
- Son Kaidu (d. 1301)
- Tolui - Sorghaghtani Beki
- Son Kublai Khan, Khagan 1260-1294, founder of Yuan Dynasty in China (as Emperor Shizu).
- Son Timür, Khan 1294-1307, ruled as Emperor Chengzong of Yuan China.
- Son Qayshan, Khan 1308-1311, ruled as Emperor Wuzong of Yuan China.
- See List of Emperors of the Yuan Dynasty and Yuan Dynasty family tree.
- Son Hulagu founder of the Ilkhanate in Iran and Mesopotamia.
- Son Abaqa, Il-Khan 1265-1282.
- Son Arghun, Il-Khan 1284-1291 - Buluqhan Khatan (wife).
- Son Gaykhatu, Il-Khan 1291-1295 - Padshah Hatun (wife).
- Son Tekuder (later "Ahmed Tekuder"), Il-Khan 1282-1284.
- Son Mongke, Khagan 1251-1259.
- Son Ariq Böke fought Kublai Khan for Khan and lost.
Notes[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
- Descent from Genghis Khan
- List of genetic results derived from historical figures
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