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Who was Kublai Khan's successor?

Temür Khan

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Considering this, who took over after Kublai Khan?

Kublai Khan

Kublai Setsen Khan Emperor Shizu of Yuan
Reign 18 December 1271 – 18 February 1294
Successor Temür Khan
Born 23 September 1215 Mongol Empire
Died 18 February 1294 (aged 78) Khanbaliq, Yuan dynasty, China

One may also ask, what happened after Kublai Khan died? Kublai Khan's Death and Legacy Kublai began to withdraw from the day-to-day administration of his empire after his favorite wife Chabi died in 1281 and his oldest son died in 1285. He drank and ate in excess, causing him to become obese; additionally, the gout that plagued him for many years worsened.

Similarly, you may ask, where did Kublai Khan die?


What happened to Kublai Khan's son?

Jingim died on 5 January 1286, eight years before his father Kublai Khan. According to the History of Yuan, he died of alcoholism. Distressed by his death, Kublai Khan made Jingim's son Temür the new Crown Prince, and Temür succeeded Kublai Khan in 1294 and became the Temür Khan or Emperor Chengzong.

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