Tuda-Mengu ( Tat. Tuda-Mәngү, Tuda-Mängü, Tәdәn Mәngү ; d. C. 1287 ) - Khan of the Golden Horde in 1282-1287; the third son of Toucan, the second son of Batu .
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Tuda Mengu at the head of the army
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He inherited the throne after the death of his brother Mengu-Timur . Minted a coin. He was a weak khan; under his rule, the Nogai temnik intensified, becoming a semi-independent ruler of the western part of the state. In the board of Tuda-Mengu, attempts were made to strengthen administrative management in Northeastern Russia , baskarianism was introduced.
In 1283, Tuda Mengu converted to Islam . Tuda-Mengu and Nogai made trips to Transcarpathia ( 1285 ), to Poland ( 1286 , 1287 ). He was overthrown by the sons of Mengu-Timur and Tarbu.
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