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Chulo Khagan (Chinese: 處羅可汗/处罗可汗, Modern Chinese: (Pinyin): chùluo kěhàn, (Wade-Giles): ch'u-lo k'o-han, Middle Chinese: (Guangyun) , died 620) was the khagan of the Eastern Turkic Khaganate, and second son of Qimin, former title: Ilteber Shad (俟利弗設, sìlìfú shè, ssu-li-fu she). He succeeded his elder brother Shibi and ruled for 18 months. He married Sui's Princess Yicheng (義成公主 yìchéng gōngzhǔ), wife of Qimin in levirate marriage. He is said to have died from illness, and possibly poisoned by the Minister of Ceremonies (太常卿 tàichángqīng) Zheng Yuanshu (鄭元璹 zhèng yuánshú).[1]


  1. ^ Sima Guang, Zizhi Tongjian, Vol. 189.

See also

Chuluo Khan
Preceded by
Shibi Qaghan
Khagan of the Eastern Turkic Khaganate
Succeeded by
Illig Qaghan


  • Zongzheng, Xue (1992). "A History of Turks". Beijing: Chinese Social Sciences Press. ISBN 7-5004-0432-8. p. 208-213.

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