Khan is the title used by rulers of nomad tribes in northern Khul, and many years ago by the nomad chiefs who swept the Central Plains. Its importance and significance was extended by the rise of Khan Gyorgir who in c.1600OT expanded his influence creating a Kabeshian empire known as the Khanate of Kabesh.[1]

The nomad tribes of Lendleland in the Old World are also led by Khans.[2]

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"Khan" was the historical title for a ruler in many Central Asian societies, including the Mongol Empire, Seljuk Empire, Mughal Empire and the Safavid dynasty of Persia.

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