Jogentagana

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Jogentagana
county of Ancient Estonia
9th Century–1224
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Ancient Estonian counties
History 
• Established
9th Century
• Livonian Crusade
1224
Succeeded by
Monastic state of the Teutonic Knights Teuton flag.svg

Jogentagana (Latin: Jogentagania) was a small landlocked ancient Estonian county in the eastern part of the territory of Estonia. It was conquered by the Teutonic Order in the Estonian Crusade and became part of the Livonian Order.

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