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CHEBI KHAGAN (Chinese : 車鼻可汗/车鼻可汗, Modern Chinese: ( Pinyin
Pinyin
): chēbí kěhàn, ( Wade-Giles ): ch'e-pi k'o-han, Middle Chinese ( Guangyun ) ), personal name ASHINA HUBO (阿史那斛勃, āshǐnà húbó, a-shih-na hu-po), full regal title YIZHUCHEBI KHAGAN (乙注車鼻可汗/乙注车鼻可汗, yǐzhù chēbí kěhàn, i-chu ch'e-pi k'o-han), was a claimant of the title of khan of Eastern Turkic Khaganate
Turkic Khaganate
after the collapse of Xueyantuo
Xueyantuo
, who was successful for some time in reconstituting Eastern Turkic Khaganate, until he was defeated and captured by the Tang Dynasty
Tang Dynasty
general Gao Kan (高侃) in 650.

CONTENTS

* 1 Background * 2 Reign * 3 Capture * 4 References

BACKGROUND

Ashina
Ashina
Hubo was said to be from the Turkic imperial clan of Ashina
Ashina
, and his ancestors was said to have served for generations as subordinate khans to the great khans of Eastern Turkic Khaganate. In 630, after Eastern Turkic Khaganate collapsed and the Illig Qaghan Ashina
Ashina
Duobi were captured by Tang Dynasty
Tang Dynasty
forces commanded by Li Jing , Xueyantuo
Xueyantuo
, formerly an Eastern Turkic vassal, took over most of Eastern Turkic Khaganate's former lands. Some Eastern Turkic Khaganate remnants wanted to declare Ashina
Ashina
Hubo the khan of Eastern Turkic Khaganate, but due to Xueyantuo's strength, Ashina
Ashina
Hubo did not dare to declare himself khan but instead surrendered to Xueyantuo. However, because Ashina
Ashina
Hubo was considered intelligent and capable, Xueyantuo was apprehensive of Ashina
Ashina
Hubo and wanted to kill him. When Ashina Hubo heard this, he fled north and gathered his people, declaring himself the Yizhuchebi Khan (or Chebi Khan in short). He made periodic pillaging attacks against Xueyantuo
Xueyantuo
and gradually grew stronger.

REIGN

In 646, Tang and Huige forces destroyed Xueyantuo, and Ashina
Ashina
Hubo grew stronger. In 647, he sent his son Ashina
Ashina
Shaboluo (阿史那沙鉢羅) to China to greet Emperor Taizong of Tang
Emperor Taizong of Tang
and offering to visit Emperor Taizong himself. Emperor Taizong sent the generals An Diaozhe (安調遮) and Han Hua (韓華) to escort Ashina Hubo, but once they arrived at Ashina
Ashina
Hubo's headquarters, they realized that Ashina
Ashina
Hubo had no intention of visiting Chang'an, despite strong advocacy by Ashina
Ashina
Hubo's son Ashina
Ashina
Jieman (阿史那羯漫). ( Ashina
Ashina
Jieman, who had command of a substantial portion of Ashian Hubo's people, instead sent his own son Ashina Anshuo (阿史那菴鑠) to Tang to show submission.) Han conspired with Ashina
Ashina
Hubo's vassal tribe Karluk (葛邏祿) to seize Ashina Hubo and take him back to Tang, and when Ashina
Ashina
Hubo discovered this, Ashina
Ashina
Hubo's son Ashina
Ashina
Zhebi (阿史那陟苾) killed Han in combat, and An was also killed.

CAPTURE

In anger, in 649 Emperor Taizong sent the general Gao Kan, supplemented by forces from Uigur (Ch. Huige) and Pugu (僕骨) tribes, made a surprise attack on Ashina
Ashina
Hubo. Once Gao's forces entered Eastern Turkic territory, Eastern Turkic vassals began to surrender, as did Ashina
Ashina
Jieman. In 650, Gao approached Ashina
Ashina
Hubo's headquarters, and Ashina
Ashina
Hubo tried to summon the vassal tribes for aid, but drew no response. He tried to flee with his favorite concubine , but was captured by Gao. Gao took him back to Chang'an, where he was spared by Emperor Taizong's son and successor Emperor Gaozong and given a general title. His territory was divided under three Tang commandants and 24 prefectures, with various tribal chiefs as commandants and prefects. There were no further historical records about Ashina
Ashina
Hubo, including when he died.

REFERENCES

* Zizhi Tongjian , vols. 198, 199. * Old Book of Tang , vol. 194, part 1. * New Book of Tang , vol. 215, part 1.

Chebi Khan ASHINA CLAN

Preceded by Qilibi Qaghan ( Ashina
Ashina
Simo) KHAGAN OF THE EASTERN TURKIC KHAGANATE ~646–650 Succeeded by Ashina
Ashina
Nishoufu

* v * t * e

Göktürks
Göktürks

TURKIC KHAGANATE

* Bumin Qaghan * Issik Qaghan * Muqan Qaghan
Muqan Qaghan
* Taspar Qaghan * Ashina
Ashina
Anluo * Ishbara Qaghan * Bagha Qaghan * Tulan Qaghan * ( Istämi ) * (Empress Ashina
Ashina
) * ( Apa Qaghan ) * ( Tamgan )

WESTERN TURKIC KHAGANATE

* Tardu * Niri Qaghan * Heshana Khan * Sheguy * Tong Yabghu Qaghan * Külüg Sibir * Irbis Bolun Cabgu * Dulu Khan * Ishbara Qaghan * Yukuk Shad * Irbis Seguy * Hallig * ( Bagha Shad ) * ( Böri Shad )

EASTERN TURKIC KHAGANATE

* Yami Qaghan * Shibi Qaghan * Chulo Qaghan * Illig Qaghan * Qilibi Qaghan * Chebi Qaghan * Ashina
Ashina
Nishufu * Ashina
Ashina
Funian * ( Ashina
Ashina
Jiesheshuai )

SECOND EASTERN TURKIC KHAGANATE

* Ilterish Qaghan * Qapaghan Qaghan * Inel Khagan * Bilge Khagan
Bilge Khagan
* Yollıg Khagan * Tengri Qaghan * Kutluk Yabgu Khagan * Irterish Qaghan * Özmiş Khagan * Kulun Beg * ( Kul Tigin
Kul Tigin
) * ( Tonyukuk ) * ( Po Beg )

WESTERN TURKIC PROTECTORATE Exiled House A

* Ashina
Ashina
Mishe * Ashina
Ashina
Yuanqing * Ashina
Ashina
Xian * Ashina
Ashina
Zhen

Exiled House B

* Ashina
Ashina
Buzhen * Bugri qaghan ( Ashina
Ashina
Qushraq) * Ashina
Ashina
Huaidao * Ashina
Ashina
Xin

TURK CULTURE

* Ashina
Ashina
clan * Ashide clan * Tengrism * Asena
Asena
* Otukan * Suyab * Khagan
Khagan
* Kurultai * Yabgu * Ishad * Elteber * Old Turkic language * Old Turkic alphabet * Orkhon inscriptions
Orkhon inscriptions
* Orkhon Valley * Turks in the Tang military * Ülüş system

TURK WARS AND TREATIES

* Göktürk civil war * Battle of Bukhara

* Göktürk–Persian Wars

* First * Second * Third

* Tang Eastern Turk campaign * Xueyantuo
Xueyantuo

* Tang Western Turk campaigns

* Conquest

* Battle of Bolchu * Ili River Treaty

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