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Ubasi Khong Tayiji

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Subject: Kharkhul, Altan Khan of the Khalkha, G├╝shi Khan, List of state leaders in 1621, List of state leaders in 1620
Collection: 1623 Deaths, Mongol Empire People, Year of Birth Unknown
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Ubasi Khong Tayiji

Ubasi Khong Tayiji was a 17th-century Mongolian prince. He was the first Altan Khan of Khalkha who ruled Khotgoids in northwestern Khalkha See Altan Khan of the Khotgoid. About 1609 he occupied the former Oirat heartland around Kobdo and Lake Ubsa Nor. He drove the Oirats west into Dzungaria in 1620 and 1623. Ubasi was killed by the

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