Ashina Jiesheshuai

Kurshad (Ashina Jieshe'er) (Chinese: 阿史那結社爾 / Chinese: 阿史那结社尔[1] Pinyin: Ashǐnà Jiēshèěr, Wade-Giles: Ashihna Chieh-she-erh, Middle Chinese: (Guanyun) [ʔɑʃi̯ə˥nɑ˩ kiet.ʑi̯a˥nʑi̯e˥]) or Ashina Jiesheshuai (Chinese: Chinese: 阿史那結社率 / Chinese: 阿史那结社率,[2][3][4][5] Pinyin: Ashǐnà Jiēshèshuai, Wade-Giles: Ashihna Chieh-she-shuai, Middle Chinese (Guangyun) [ʔɑʃi̯ə˥nɑ˩ kiet.ʑi̯a˥ʃi̯ue̯t], b: ? – d. 19 May 639) was a member of the Ashina clan of the Eastern Turkic Khaganate and general (Zhonglangjiang) of the Tang dynasty.[4]

Background

He was one of Shibi Khan's sons and the younger brother of Ashina Shibobi (Chinese: 阿史那什钵苾), who was a vassal khagan of the Tang dynasty and used the title of Tölis Khan.[4][1] (Chinese: 突利可汗).

Tang China defeated the Eastern Turkic khaganate, which became a vassal of Tang China in 630.[6] During this period, some Turkic nobles were members of the Chinese army. Ashina Jiesheshuai was among these nobles.

Other Languages
azərbaycanca: Kürşad
تۆرکجه: کورشاد
Türkçe: Kürşad
中文: 结社率