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Kipchak Tatar
Khanate
Grand Duchy of Muscovy
First posted on September 6th 2010






The Kipchak Tatar Khanate, established in 1240, disintegrated in the course of the 15th century. The Khanate of Kazan seceded in 1438, other successor states include the Khanates of Astrakhan, of the Crimean Tatars and of Sibir. The state religion of the Khanate of Kazan was Islam. In 1552 Kazan was conquered and annexed by the Grand Duchy of Muscovy (or the Russian Empire; a matter of terminology).

The modern Republics of Tatarstan, Mari El, Chuvashia, Mordovia, Udmurtia and Bashkortostan comprise of territory which once formed part of the Kazan Khanate.

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Country Profiles Current Articles : Kazan Khanate, from Wikipedia
Kazan Khanate, from History of Tatarstan
Historical Officina Elzeviriana, Russia seu Moscovia itemque Tartaria commentario topographico atque politico, 1630, in Latin, GB
Links, on History Category : Khanate of Kazan, from Wikipedia
Virtual Library Eastern Europe, maintained in Germany, most sources in German
Organizations Institute of History, Russian Academy of Sciences, from FEEFHS
Russian Historical Society, from St. Petersburg Encyclopedia
Historical Dictionary
Timelines of Russia Timelines, Russia to 1910, from timelines.ws
Timelines of Kazan
Accounts of History Kazan modern Articles : Kazan Khanate, from Wikipedia
Kazan Khanate, from History of Tatarstan
Kazan historical Ebülgazi Bahadir Han, A general history of the Turks, Moguls and Tatars, vulgarly called Tartars, vol.1, 1730, GB
J. de Guignes, Histoire generale des Huns, des Turcs, des Mongols et des autres Tartares vol.1 pt.1, 1756, vol.1 pt.2, 1756, vol.2, 1756, vol.3, 1757, vol.4, 1758, vol.5, 1758, in French, GB
J.G. Georgi, Russia, or a Compleat Historical Account of all the Nations Which Compose that Empire, vol.4 : the Mongols, 1783, GB
H.H. Howorth, History of the Mongols: from the 9th to the 19th century, pt.2.2 : The So-Called Tartars of Russia and Central Asia, 1830, GB
E.T. Turnerelli, Russia on the borders of Asia : Kazan, the ancient capital of the Tartar Khans, with an Account of the Province to which it Belongs, the Tribes and Races which form its Population, etc., vol.1 1854, GB
Historiography
Foreign Relations
Military Articles : List of Tatar and Mongol Raids against Rus 1223-1480, Russo-Kazan Wars, Great Stand on the Ugra River 1480, from Wikipedia
D. Smith, The XVIth Century Muscovite Army, posted by Xenophon
D. Smith, The Muscovite Army of Ivan IV., the Terrible, posted by Xenophon
Economy & Finances R.R. Valiev, Leatherworking in the Kazan Khanate, Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia 48/2, 2009; abstract
Ethnography Article : Volga Tatars, from Wikipedia
Religion Elmira Akhmetova, Islam in the Volga Region
History of Regions M.P. Romaniello, Conquest, Colonization and Orthodoxy : Muscovy and Kazan, 1552-1682, thesis 1998
Local History Articles Kazan : History, Bolgar (Spassk, Kuybyshev), from Wikipedia
History of Kazan, from Russia Info Centre
Institutions
Culture
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Others M. Khodarkovsky, Kazan in the Muscovite Ideology and the Foundation of a Russian Empire, 2005
M.P. Romamiello, Conquest, Colonization and Orthodoxy : Muscovy and Kazan, 1552-1682, thesis Ohio State Univ. 1998

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Historical Data Lists of Statesmen List : List of Kazan Khans, from Wikipedia
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Historical Maps Maps : Eastern Hemisphere 1400 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1500 AD, by Thomas Lessman
Maps : Europe in the Year 1400, 1500, 1600, from Euratlas
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General Articles Kasan, Tataren, from Meyers Konversationslexikon 1885-1892, in German
Articles : Cities : Kazan, Ethnicities : Tatars, from EB 1911
Religious
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Historical Government Casan : The Casan Tartars, pp.231 in vol.31 of The modern part of An universal history,, 1783, GB
Des Tatars de Kazan, pp.213-247 in vol.2 of P.Ch. Levesque, Histoire des differents peuples soumis a la domination des Russes, 1783, in French, GB
Des Tatars de Kazan, pp.185-212 in vol.8 of P.Ch. Levesque, Histoire de Russie et des principales nations de l'empire russe, 1812, in French, GB
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Institutions Archives ArcheoBiblioBase (Russian Archives listed)
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Monuments Article : Kazan Kremlin, from Wikipedia
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National Symbols Flags, Coats of Arms Supposed historical emblems of the Kazan Khanate, from FOTW
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on Eastern Central Europe National Library of Estonia : E-Library
Central and Eastern European Online Library
Virtual Library Eastern Europe, maintained in Germany, most sources in German
Online Journals links Alphabetical List of Journals Dealing with Russian History and Russian History Journals, from Virtual Library Russian History
full text online
General Accounts on Russia Melvin K. Wren, Course of Russian History, Waveland 1997, 617 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. 947 W945
Charles E. Ziegler, The History of Russia, Greenwood 1999, 272 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. 947 Z66t
on Kazan
Specific Topics
Historical Atlas John Channon, The Penguin Historical Atlas of Russia, London : Penguin 1995, KMLA Lib.Sign. R 947 C458p
Martin Gilbert, Atlas of Russian History, no place : Dorset Press 1972 [G]
Atlas Oficera, Moscow 1984 [G]
Historical Dictionary B. Raymond, P. Duffy, Historical Dictionary of Russia, Methuan : Scarecrow 1998, KMLA Lib.Sign. R 947.8 R268h