Kyrgyzstan kingdom


For a later period, by the end of the VIII century. Refers Ramstedt published another inscription, made on behalf of the Uighurs who lived in the country of origin of the Kyrgyz dignitary. The inscription mentions his mentor, and used the word Syrian March - 'Sir' from. Ramstedt which concludes that the Kirghiz has spread out in time in the country Uighur religion, Near Eastern origin - Manichaeism. 
If the Chinese thought the conquest of the Kirghiz, the Uighurs in the 758 final, then it is probably due to the fact that after 758, in China no longer come Kyrgyz Embassy. As Kyrgyz Uighurs continued to resist, can be seen from the inscriptions in Chinese, relating to the reign of another Uighur Kagan, who ruled from 808 to 821 In this case again, Kagan was a war between the Uighurs and the kingdom Gyangun, ie Kyrgyzstan, which is attributed to a great power, though they were up to 400,000 soldiers armed with bows (as Tang-shu, the Kyrgyz were a total of 80 000 troops). At this time, the Kyrgyz government supposedly suffered a complete defeat and ceased to exist, but in the Tang-shu, in a story about a new Kyrgyz Hagan and his complete victory over the Uighurs in 840, says that before his victory that Hagan "twenty years, "continued the war" with the Uighurs. If so, then almost no time left for the complete subordination of the Kirghiz Uighur kagan.