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Hülegü, 1217-1265

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Personal name headingHülegü, 1217-1265
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Variant(s)Hulagu, 1217-1265
Il Khaan Khu̇lėg, 1217-1265
Hüle'ü, 1217-1265
Khu̇lėg, 1217-1265
Hulaku Khan, 1217-1265
هولاکو خان , 1217-1265
Xuliewu, 1217-1265
旭烈兀 , 1217-1265
Ku̇legu̇, 1217-1265
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inIl Khaan Khu̇lėg, 2009
Britannica online encyclopedia, April 17, 2012 (Hülegü, also spelled Hulagu; b. c. 1217, d. Feb. 8, 1265, Jazīreh-ye-Shāhī, Iran; Mongol ruler; founded Il-Khanid dynasty; destroyed the fortress of the Assassins (a militant Islāmic sect) in 1256; seized and largely destroyed Baghdad in 1258, executing the last 'Abbasid caliph, al-Musta'sim)
Encyclopedia of Mongolia and the Mongol Empire, c2004 (Hüle'ü (Hülegü, Hulagu), 1217-1265; conqueror of Baghdad and founder of the Mongol Il-Khan dynasty in the Middle East; 3rd son of Tolui (1191?-1232) and his Kereyid main wife, Sorqaqtani Beki (d. 1252); brother of Great Khan Möngke, Ariq-Böke, and Qubilai Khan)
Wikipedia, April 17, 2012 (Hulagu Khan, b. c. 1217; d. 8 February 1265; father: Tolui; mother Sorghaghtani Beki; grandson of Genghis Khan; Mongol ruler who conquered much of Southwest Asia; founded Ilkhanate (reigned 1256-1265); name variants: Hülegü, Hulegu, Khuleg Khaan (Mongolian Cyrillic), Hülâgü Han (Turkish), هولاکو خان = Hulaku Khan (Persian/Arabic), 旭烈兀 = Xuliewu (Chinese)(