Ilbasan

Ilbasan or Erzen (Kazakh: Ерзен хан) was the ruler of White Horde from 1310/15 to 1320.

Ilbasan
Khan of the Golden Horde
Eastern Half (White Horde)
Reign1315–1320
PredecessorSasibuqa
SuccessorMubarak Khwaja
Bornunknown
Died1320
DynastyBorjigin
ReligionTengrism
İlbasan was the Ottoman Turkish name of Elbasan, Albania

During his reign, an increase in the cities, trade, and craft occurred in the Horde. After determining the boundaries of his Horde, Ilbasan appointed his deputies. Islam was used as an instrument to strengthen authority.

He died in 1320.[1]

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  1. ^ H. H. Howorth. History of the Mongols, part II, div. 1, p. 221.
Ilbasan
House of Borjigin (1206–1635)
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Sasibuqa
Khan of the White Horde
1310/15 – 1320
Succeeded by
Mubarak Khwaja