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Title: Y eut-il un khan de Kazan nommé Ali?
Author(s): OUSMANOV, M.A.
Journal: Turcica
Volume: 30    Date: 1998   
Pages: 279-285
DOI: 10.2143/TURC.30.0.2004302

Abstract :
M.A. OUSMANOV, Y eut-il un khan de Kazan nommé Ali?
Cette note établit que le Khan de Kazan fait prisonnier par les Moscovites en 1487 se dénommait Ilhan, comme l’attestent les anciennes sources turco-tatares, et non Ali, comme l’a prétendu, à partir du XVIIIe siècle, une historiographie russe puis soviétique, ignorant les langues orientales et indifférente à toute rigueur philologique.




M.A. OUSMANOV, Was there a Kazan khan named Ali?
This note establishes that the Kazan khan who was taken prisoner by the Moscovites in 1487 was called Ilhan, as it is evidenced in the old Turko-Tatar sources, and was not called Ali, as it was alleged since the eighteenth century by a Russian, then Soviet historiography, which was ignorant of the Oriental languages and indifferent to any kind of philological rigour.

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