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Toqtaqiya

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Toqtaqiya

Little is known about Toqtaqiya except that he was a son of Urus Khan and was Khan of the White Horde for less than a year. In this time, he defeated his cousin Toqtamish and drove him from Sabran. He died shortly after this victory, just a few months after Urus. Some one said that he had died because of his wound in the Russian or Central Asian Muslim chronicles.

Preceded by
Urus Khan
Khan of White Horde
1377–1377
Succeeded by
Timur-Malik
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