Tangriquts of the Hun

 
The following information is from the book "Uyghurlar" (The Uyghurs) by Turghun Almas, printed in Almaty by the publisher "Kazakstan" in 1992, Volume 1, pp. 180 - 185, in Uyghur, cyrillic script.

1 ... - 1800 BC Chungvi 13 86 - 85 BCGhuyandi
2 270 - 240 BC Tangriqut (name is unknown) 14 68 - 60 BC Shuluy Qanghuy
3 240 - 210 BCTumen Tangriqut 15 60 - 58 BCUyanquti
4 210 - 174 BCBatur Tangriqut 16 58 - 31 BCQoghoshar (Khukheniy I
5 174 -161 BCKokkhan 17 56 - 36 BCKutiosh
6 161 - 126 BC Kunkhan 18 31 - 20 BCPozhulonuti
7 126 - 114 BC El Chishi 19 20 -12 BCShuzhunoti
8 114 - 105 BC Ovi 20 12 - 8 BCQiyanoti
9 105 - 102 BC Uyshilar 21 8 BC - 13 ADUchilonoti
10 102 - 101 BC Kulighu 22 13 - 18 ADUlunoti
11 101 - 96 BCQutighu 23 18 - 46 ADGhuduarshi Davganoti
12 96 - 85 BCGhuliqu 24 21 - 46 ADUdatqu

Tangriquts of the Eastern Hun

25 48 - 56 AD Bey (KhuKheniy II 32 88 - 93 AD Shulan Shisu Quti
26 56 - 57 AD Chupunoti 33 93 - 94 AD Arqu
27 57 - 59 AD Ilgha Uluti 34 94 - 98 AD Tindushsu Quti
28 59 - 63 AD Shtongsi Suyghuti 35 98 - 124 AD Wanchi Shisu Quti
29 ?-63 AD Kuchi Qilindi 36 124 - 128 AD Uzhqushsu Quti
30 63 - 85 AD Ghushi Shisu Quti 37 128 - 140 AD Kutino Shisu Quti
31 85 - 88 AD Iltu Uluti

In 140 AD, after Kutino Shisu Quti committed suicide, tengriqut was not elected and the throne of Eastern Hun remained vacant till 143 AD.

38 143 - 147 AD Ghoranno Shisu Quti 42 179 - 188 AD Qanquy
39 147 - 172 AD Illin Shisu Quti 43 188 - 195 AD Qizi Shisu Quti
40 172 - 178 AD Utno Shisu Quti 44 195 - 216 AD Ghochuqan
41 178 - 179 AD Ghuzhin

Tangriquts of the Western Hun

45 46 - 83 AD Panu 48 89 - 91 AD Nothern tangriqut (not a name)
46 83 - 84 AD Sanmolo Otzi 49 91 - 93 AD El Tekin
47 84 - 89 AD Ulugh 50 93 - 118 AD Panghu

 
Translated by: Abdulrakhim Aitbayev