Chabi (fl. 13th c.)

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Chabi (fl. 13th c.)

Empress of China. Flourished in the 13th century; empress-consort and second wife of Kublai Khan (1215–1294, also called Shih-tsu, Mongol founder of China's Yüan dynasty who was one of the most famous rulers of all time). Khan's four wives were: Telegun , Chabi, Tarakhan , and Bayaghuchun . He had at least twelve sons with his wives (Dorji, Chen-chin, Manggala, Nomukhan, Khoridai, Hugechi, A'urugchi, Ayachi, Kokochu, Khudlugh Temur, Toghon, Temechi) and at least two daughters (Miao-yen, Hutu-lu Chieh-li-mi-shih).