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.
Ring 1256–1265
Born 15 October 1218
Dee'd 8 Februar 1265
Buirial Shahi Island, Loch Urmia
Consort Doquz Khatun
Hoose Borjigin
Faither Tolui
Mither Sorghaghtani Beki
Releegion Buddhism

Hulagu Khan, an aa kent as Hülegü, Hulegu (Mongolian: Hülegü Khaan, "Warrior"; Mongolian Cyrillic: Хүлэг хаан; 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.