Tumens

Some articles on tumens:

History Of Mongolia - Mongol Period - The Forty and The Four
... or the Forty and the Four (Дөчин дөрвөн хоёр), meaning the forty Tumens of the Mongols and the four Tumens of the Oirats ... was that they were able to mobilise an army of 400,000 warriors (40 tumens) ... However, the amount of 40 tumens remained only in the name of the Mongols after the fall of the Yuan Dynasty as only 6 tumens were able to retreat to Mongolia and the remaining 34 tumens ...
History Of Mongolia - Qing Period - Qing Conquests of Mongolia
... Ligdan denied the proposal mentioning that Nurhaci rules only 3 tumens of the Jurchens while Ligdan himself is a Genghisid ruling the 40 tumens of the Mongols, and that Nurhaci should better ... held it necessary to remind him that the 40 tumens are long gone and there are perhaps some 6 tumens of which Chaharia only recognises Ligdan's power as Khaan ...
Mongolian Nobility - Mongol Empire - Military Ranks
... There were 9 Tumens in 1206 ... By 1368 there were 40 Mongol Tumens and 4 Oirat Tumens Minggan-u Noyan - Lord of 1,000 warriors Jagutu-iin Darga - Commander of 100 warriors Arban-u Darga - Commander of ...
Northern Yuan Dynasty - History - Decline (1540–1635)
... authority over the three right wing tumens ... In 1571 the Ming opened trade with the 3 Right Wing Tumens ... The large-scale conversion to Buddhism in the Three Right Wing Tumens from 1575 on, built on the amity of the Chinggisids ...