Role of the tribal leader and religion of the Rouran Khanate

Authors

GOTTVALDOVÁ Natálie

Year of publication 2020
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
Description Rouran was a nomadic ethnic community in the area of Central Asia which began to shape up in the 4th century and created a powerful Khanate in the 5th century lasting until the mid-6th century. They occupied the territory of current Mongolia, south of Russia, around Lake Balkhash in the west, and North China in the east. In 552-555 they were defeated by the Turks. In my contribution, I would like to analyse role of the tribal leader and religion of the Rouran Khanate.
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