Hulagu Khan

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Hulagu Khan
IlKhan o Persie
Hulagu Khan.jpg
Painting o Hulagu Khan bi Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, early 14t century.
Ring1256–1265
Born15 October 1218
Dee'd8 Februar 1265
BuirialShahi Island, Loch Urmia
ConsortDoquz Khatun
HooseBorjigin
FaitherTolui
MitherSorghaghtani Beki
ReleegionBuddhism

Hulagu Khan, an aa kent as Hülegü, Hulegu (Mongolian: [Hülegü Khaan] error: {{lang}}: text haes italic markup (help), "Warrior"; Mongolian Cyrillic: [Хүлэг хаан] error: {{lang}}: text haes italic markup (help); Turkis: Hülagû Han; Chagatai/Urdu: ہلاکو Hulaku; Persie: هولاکو خان‎; Arabicهولاكو خان/ هَلَاوُن ; Cheenese: 旭烈兀; c. 1218 – 8 Februar 1265), wis a Mongol ruler who conquered much o Soothwast Asie. Son o Tolui an the Kerait princess Sorghaghtani Beki, he wis a grandson o Genghis Khan, an the brither o Ariq Böke, Möngke Khan an Kublai Khan. Hulagu's airmy greatly expandit the soothwastren portion o the Mongol Empire, foondin the Ilkhanate o Persie, a precursor tae the eventual Safavid dynasty, an then the modren state o Iran. Unner Hulagu's leadership, the Mongols destroyed the greatest centre o Islamic pouer, Baghdad, an an aa weakened Damascus, causin a shift o Islamic influence tae the Mamluks in Cairo. Unner Hulagu's dynasty, Iranian historians an aa moved frae writin in Arabic, tae writin in Persian.