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PREFERRED TERM
Khans of Khoqand  
TYPE
  • foaf:Organization

DEFINITION
  • The Khanate of Kokand (Uzbek: Qo'qon Xonligi) was a Turkic state in Central Asia that existed from 1709–1876 within the territory of modern Kyrgyzstan, eastern Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, and southeastern Kazakhstan.
IN OTHER LANGUAGES
خانات خوقند

Arabic

Կոկանդի խանություն

Armenian

Kokand xanlığı

Azerbaijani

Какандскае ханства

Belarusian

Кокандско ханство

Bulgarian

Khanat de Kokand

Catalan

浩罕汗国

Chinese

Kokand-khanatet

Danish

Kanaat Kokand

Dutch

Ĥanlando Kokando

Esperanto

Kokandin kaanikunta

Finnish

Khanat de Kokand

French

Khanat Kokand

German

Χανάτο της Κοκάνδης

Greek

ח'אנות קוקנד

Hebrew

Khanato di Kokand

Italian

コーカンド・ハン国

Japanese

Қоқан хандығы

Kazakh

코칸트 한국

Korean

Кокон хандыгы

Kyrgyz

خانات خوقند

Persian

Chanat Kokandu

Polish

Canato de Kokand

Portuguese

ਖਨਾਨ ਕੋਕੰਦ

Punjabi

Hanatul Kokand

Romanian

Кокандское ханство

Russian

Kanato de Kokand

Spanish

Qoqand xanlığı

Tatar

Kokand Hanlığı

Turkish

Кокандське ханство

Ukrainian

خانیت خوقند

Urdu

Qoʻqon xonligi

Uzbek

URI
http://nomisma.org/id/khanate_of_kokand
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