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Ulu Bilge Khagan
Khagan of the Basmyls
Reign742 – 744
PredecessorOzmish Qaghan
Kutluk Yabgu Khagan
SuccessorKutlug I Bilge Kagan
BornAshina Shi
FatherUti beg

Ulu Bilge Khagan[1] (Chinese: 賀臘毗伽可汗; pinyin: Hèlà Píjiā Kèhán) or El Etmish Khagan[2] (Chinese: 伊跌伊施可汗; pinyin: Yīdiēyīshī Kèhán) — was a Basmyl chief who rebelled and brought Second Turkic Khaganate to an end.


His personal name was Ashina Shi (阿史那施)[3] was a grandson of Ashina Duoxifu (阿史那咄悉匐), thus a grand-nephew to Ilterish and Qapaghan khagans. He successively fought against three Tujue leaders - Pan Kul Tigin, Kutluk Yabgu Khagan and Ozmish Qaghan.

In 742, he appointed Karluks to leadership of right wing and Uyghurs to leadership of left wing. However, he was soon deposed by Uyghurs, which signalled beginning of Uyghur Empire.


  1. ^ Ouyang Xiu, "New Tang Book", Volume 217b <回鹘传下>, 1975: 6143
  2. ^ Ouyang Xiu, "New Tang Book", Volume 215b <突厥傳下>, 1975: 6054.
  3. ^ Theobald, Ulrich. "Baximi 拔悉蜜 (". Retrieved 2018-07-29.
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