Temur-Malik (White Horde)

Temür Malik, also spelled Timur-Malik, the son of Urus Khan,[1] was the ninth Khan of the White Horde. Early during his reign, he successfully invaded the lands of his cousin Toqtamysh. However, Toqtamysh later managed to trap and kill Timur-Malik near Qara-Tal (on the shore of the Aral Sea), and succeeded him.[1]

Temur-Malik
Khan of the Golden Horde
Eastern Half (White Horde)
Reign1377–1378
PredecessorToqtaqiya
SuccessorTokhtamysh
Bornunknown
Died1378
DynastyBorjigin
ReligionIslam

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Timur Malik was a son of Urus Khan,[1] and brother of Qutlugh Buga and Toqtaqiya. He had two sons, Shadi Beg and Temür-Quthlug, both of whom became Khans of the Golden Horde. The latter of these was the khan who finally defeated Toqtamysh.[citation needed]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Najeebabadi, Akbar Shah Khan (2001). The History of Islam. p. 322. ISBN 996089293X.
Preceded by
Toqtaqiya
Khan of White Horde
1377–1378
Succeeded by
Toqtamysh