List of Sibir khans

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  • Essentially two dynasties ruled the Khanate one after the other, bringing breaks in each other's continuity of rule. One was Tai Bugha dynasty and the other was the Shaybanid dynasty of Sibir. This is the list of rulers of the Khanate of Sibir:

Note: The following list is incomplete and, at times, possibly slightly inaccurate. It also excludes several collateral lines that ruled over minor territories.

Titular Name Personal Name Reign
Khan
خان
Taibuga
طائع بغا
?
Khan
خان
Khoja (son of Taibugha)
خواجہ ابن الطائع بغا
?
Khan
خان
Abu'l-Khayr Khan
ابو الخیر خان ابن دولت شیخ ابن ابراہیم خان
1428 - 1465 C.E.
Khan
خان
Mar (son of Khoja)
مار
1465? - 1468?
Khan
خان
Ibak Khan
عبک خان
1468? - 1493/95? C.E.
Khan
خان
Mamuq of Kazan
مامک
1493/95? – 1498 (1502?) C.E.
Khan
خان
Abalak of Sibir (son of Obder)
 ?
1498 (1502?) – 1530 C.E.
Khan
خان
Aguish (son of Abalak)
 ?
1530 - ?C.E.
Khan
خان
Qasim (son of Mamuq)
قاسم بن مامک
?
Khan
خان
Yadgar ibn Qasim
یادگار بن قاسم
Bey Pulad ibn Qasim
بیگ پلاد ابن قاسم
Possible co-ruler
1552 - 1563 C.E.
Khan
خان
Kuchum Khan
کوچم ابن مرتضی ابن عبک خان
1563 - 1598 C.E.
Yermak Timofeyevich, a Cossack led the first campaign of Russian conquest of Siberia in the reign of Ivan the Terrible 1580-82 C.E. However, Kuchum Khan returned briefly and attacked Yermak on August 6, 1584 in the dead of night and killed most of his army. Finally, in August 1598 Küçhüm Khan was defeated at the Battle of Urmin near the River Ob. In the course of the fight the Siberian royal family were captured by the Russians. However, Küçhüm Khan escaped yet again. The Russians took the family members of Küçhüm Khan to Moscow and there they remained as hostages. The descendants of the khan's family became known as the Princes Sibirsky and the family is known to have survived until at least the late 19th Century. The struggle for dominance in the region continued for several years by the Taibughid successor Syed Ahmed Khan (Taibughid) and the Shaybanid successor Ali ibn Kuchum Khan as well as the Russians.


    • Rows in Blue signify Shaybanid dynasty of Sibir.
      • Rows in clear signify Taibughid dynasty of Sibir.

Family of Taibugha[edit]

Musa Bies - a possible Khan of Sibir? (1460-1496).

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