- East-West Orientation of Historical Empires
- (Axum, Hsi-Hsia, Kara-Khitai, Srivijaya, Maurian, Kushan, Gupta, and Maratha).
- The Fall of the Khwarazm Empire
- Khan conquered the Kara-Khitai (“Black Khitai”, Bhuddist nomads), the Syr Darya river became the. Khan's eastern border and the two rulers became neighbors.
- Genghis Khan & the Mongol Conquests 1190-1400
- with the Gurkhan (ruler) of the Kara-Khitai, whose daughter he married.
- JWSR v12n2 - Turchin, Adams, & Hall - East-West Orientation of
- eight additional empires that fit our criteria (Axum, Hsi-Hsia, Kara-Khitai, Srivijaya ,. Maurian, Kushan, Gupta, and Maratha).
- Index - Ashgate
- Kambria, meaning 238. Kara Khitai 18 defeat of Seljuk Turks xxiv . Seljuk Turks, defeat by Kara Khitai xxiv, 122.
- Genghis Khan exhibit conquers Irving Arts Center
- 1209- Khan begins to conquer empires such as the Tangut kingdom, the Jin empire and the Kara-Khitai empire. 1227- Genghis Khan dies in the capital city of Ningxia. His body is transported to a secret tomb in an unknown location.
- Black Mongols
- The Karakhanids were eventually conquered by another black Mongolian group called Kara Khitai (the Black Khitans).
- Kara-Khitai | History Today
- Kara-Khitai. Central Asian khanate with its capital at Balasaghun, now in Kyrgizstan.
- Kara-Khitan Khanate | Facebook
- Kara-Khitan Khanate - Description: The Kara-Khitan Khanate, or Western Liao began to be referred to in the Muslim world as the Kara-Khitai or Qara-Khitai.
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