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Stratum plus. 2016. No6

A. V. Belyakov (Ryazan, Russian Federation), D. N. Maslyuzhenko (Kurgan, Russian Federation)

Siberian-Bukharan-Nogai Relations in the Light of Correspondence between Abdallah, the Khan of Bukhara, and Kuchum, the Khan of Siberia

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Pages: 229-243

In 1595—1596, two Khans from Shaybanids’ dynasty (Abdallah of Bukhara and Kuchum of Sibir) exchanged charters. The article presents the first complete publication of these documents. The charters allow to judge about equitable status of the parties, which adds to the critics of the take-on of Sibir Khanate as a vassal of Bukhara Khanate. Muslim clerics, sayyid Din-Ali and hafiz Ighiberdei, being intermarried to Kuchums, acted as ambassadors. Along with Siberian-Bukharan cooperation, there was also discussed the land dispute issue between Kuchum and the Altyuli-Nogai leader Aulia. From the context, it is clear, that it was about the entailed territories of Siberian Shaybanids in the Aral Sea region. The dispute resolution, as well as the summit at large, laid the basis for uniting Sibir, Bukhara and Nogai and a joint march of Kuchum and Aulia on Tara. The published charters make the history of Sibir Khanate under Kuchum’s late rule be re-thought, which adds to the necessity of publishing the Siberian documents available in the Russian State Archives of Ancient Documents, Moscow.

Keywords: Khanate of Bukhara, Sibir Khanate, Shaybanids, Kuchum, Altyuli, diplomatic relations, charters.

Information about authors:

Andrei Belyakov
(Ryazan, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. The Institute of Russian History of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dmitry Ulyanov St., 19, Moscow, 117036 , Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]
Denis Maslyuzhenko (Kurgan, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Kurgan State University. Gogol St., 25, Kurgan, 640669, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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