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Soon after it was incinerated during a skirmish with the tatars.
Tatars reach the outskirts of Novogrudok and turn back.
At the peak of the rebellion Tatars controlled the most part of the former khanate.
This made hussars able to fight with any cavalry or infantry force from western heavy kissaiers to quick tatars.
The Kara tatars thrived until their dynasty was taken over by Temujin.
The tatars enter the church.
It was one of the main roads for tatars raids into the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Tatars say that nearly half of the deportees died in transit or on arrival in Soviet Central Asia.
Tatars in the Russian service were settled in the Tatar Bistäse settlement near the city's wall.
Historically, Bialystok has a Tatar population going back to the 13th century, when Tatars invaded Northern Europe.
(The conventional epithet is "cunning," which Russians mean as an insult and Tatars take as a compliment.)
In 1920s during the repressions of religion Tatars returned to Turkic names (some of them were just now invented, such as Aygöl).
He became famous after his brilliant victory over Kazan tatars near Murom in 1468, where he was successful with an unexpected strike from the besieged city.
Dungans take other women such as Kirghiz and Tatars as brides willingly, or kidnap Kirghiz girls.
The Crimean and Kazan Tatars spread out widely through the surrounding districts and spent two weeks looting, killing and taking captives.
The Bulgarian sources estimate it to be around 6,000, though they are aware that most Tatars intermarry Turks or identify themselves as Turks.
The Tom Tatars are indigenous population of Tomsk, Kemerovo and to some extent Novosibirsk Oblasts.
The Christian Chuvash and Muslim Tatars are descendants of the population of medieval Volga Bulgaria.
After restoration of Lithuanian independence however the government supported the promotion of Lithuanian Tatar culture among those Lithuanian tatars who lost it.
In the 19th century, Ivan Ivanovich Chopin described clothes of Azerbaijani women in Armenian Oblast (calling them "tatars") is such way:
The Novgorod First Chronicle says that in 1223 the Brodnici took part in the Battle of Kalka on the side of Mongols ("Tatars").
These tatars, in spite of their Muslim faith, were more easily accepted into Polish society than were Orthodox Christian Ukrainians whose supposed Sarmatian origins were more questionable.
Kazakhs, Hazara, Karakalpaks, Crimean tatars have more European mtdna than European y-dna, Kyrgyz have mostly European y-dna with substantial European mtdna.
The Russian warriors, with their saints' banners, have a modern energy, but the Tatars, who prance with their scimitars, are stage tatars, descendants of the Saracen figures in "Raymonda."
In 1461 Neustettin was sacked, looted and burned by Polish troops and Tatars because King Casimir IV wanted to take revenge on Eric II of Pomerania-Wolgast who supported the Teutonic Knights.
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