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  1. 21/11/2022 · The Mongol conquest of the Kipchaks led to a merged society with a Mongol ruling class over a Kipchak speaking population which came to be dubbed Tatar and which eventually absorbed other ethnicities on the Crimean peninsula like Armenians, Italians, Greeks, and Goths to form the modern day Crimean Tatar people; up to the Soviet deportation, the Crimean Tatars could still differentiate among themselves between Tatar, Kipchak, Nogays, and the "Tat" descendants of Tatarized Goths ...

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  2. hace 5 días · Gurandukht of the Kipchaks c.1107 four children? Popularly considered to be the greatest and most successful Georgian ruler in history and an original architect of the Georgian Golden Age, he succeeded in driving the Seljuk Turks out of the country in 1121.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › CumansCumans - Wikipedia

    hace 2 días · The Cuman–Kipchaks used dung for fires when firewood was not available. The Cumans had very strict rules (taboos) against theft, and thus would, without prohibition, loosen their horses, camels, and livestock (sheep, oxen) without shepherds or guards when they were stationary. The law of blood vengeance was common among the Cuman–Kipchaks.

  4. In this alt hist I’m wondering what if the cumans and kipchaks settled in Pannonia replacing the local peoples there leaving their culture and language and nation name to the region as they later integrated into Europe like the Magyars did, this alt hist can branch two ways either the Magyars don’t migrate and Pannonia stays relatively depopulated with the cumans and kipchaks masking the region their home or they successfully integrate the Hungarians after they subjugate the ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › KhazarsKhazars - Wikipedia

    hace 5 días · A Kievian prince named Oleg, grandson of Jaroslav was reportedly kidnapped by "Khazars" in 1079 and shipped off to Constantinople, although most scholars believe that this is a reference to the Cumans-Kipchaks or other steppe peoples then dominant in the Pontic region.

  6. The Cumans mingled with other Turkic communities and mostly the Kipchaks. There are too many Cumans in Anatolia, but they assimilated among the Oghuzs. Turkic communities are actually hard to assimilate, but transitions between each other are very easy. Today, Cumans live in the Southwest of Russia and Central Asia, fused with the Kipchaks.