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List of Mongolians

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List of Mongolians

This is a list of historical and living Mongolians (of Mongolia or the Mongolian diaspora), sorted by field and name:

Artists, writers, and classical musicians

Entertainment and popular music

Political figures

Ancient period

Medieval age (12th century–1911)

  • Yelü Dashi, (1087-1143), founder of the Kara-Khitan Khanate
  • Khabul Khan, Khan of Khamag Mongol confederation.
  • Genghis Khan (1162–1227), founder and Great Khan of the Mongol Empire from 1206 to 1227.
  • Subutai, (1175–1248), primary military strategist and general of Genghis Khan and Ögedei Khan
  • Ögedei Khan (1186 – 11 December 1241), Great Khan of the Mongol empire from 13 September 1228 to 11 December 1241.Emperor of World (modern Mongolia, Iran, China, Korea, Tibet, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kirgizstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Polish, Slovak, Hungary,etc.)
  • Kublai Khan (1215–1294), Great Khan of the Mongol empire (1260–1294), emperor of China (1279–1294).
  • Kitbuqa, (died 1260), general of Hulegu khan
  • Hulegu, founder of the Ilkhanate in Mongol Persia.
  • Galdan Boshugtu Khan, Khan of Zunghar Khanate (1670–1697).
  • Batu Khan, (1227–1255), Khan of the Golden Horde.
  • Ligden Khan, (1538–1634), last Great Khan of Mongolia.
  • Mandukhai Khatun, (1449–1510), Empress of Mongolia
  • Ögedei Khan, Great Khan of the Mongol empire (1229–1241).
  • The 4th Dalai Lama Yonten Gyatso
  • Dayan Khan (1464–1517/1543), Khan of Mongolia (1479–1517/1543).
  • Esen taishi (d. 1455), Khaghan of the Mongols, (1454–1455).

Modern age (1900–present)




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