The author was Abu'l-Hassan Ali, son of Abu'l-Karim Mohammed Athir ed-Din es-Cheibani el-Djezeri, who received the title Eizz ed-Din, and is sometimes referred to as Ibn-Alatyr.He wrote towards the end of the first quarter of the 13th century.This marriage was arranged by Emperor Leon III to confirm his alliance with the Khazars against their common enemy the Arabs ([731/32]) as his first wife, KONSTANTINOS, son of Emperor LEON III & his wife Maria --- (Jul 718-14 Sep 775, bur Constantinople, Church of the Holy Apostles).He was crowned co-Emperor by his father at Easter 720. The Pechenegs originally inhabited the steppes to the east of the River Volga north of the Caspian and Aral Seas.It provides a broad outline of the history of all these territories, but with particular emphasis on the Ayubites.The Kamel-Altevarykh Chronicle was written at Djezirat Ibn Omara, a town on the right bank of the river Tigris about 100 kilometres north-west of Mosul.In the first half of the 12th century, the Kuman federation split into branches living to the east and west of the River Dnieper, reunited by Knchek Khan at the end of the century.Although Knchek Khan was succeeded by his son, and strove to reinforce his dynastic position by matrimonial alliances with the Russian principalities, there was no movement towards a state organisation.
One of these beg, general Bulan, son of a Jewish woman, seized the throne by 850 and converted his people to Judaism and was ancestor of the later Jewish dynasty. (-[750/6 Jun 751], bur Constantinople, Church of the Holy Apostles).
Prince Taksony gave him dwelling-land in the parts of the Kemej up to the River Tisza where the village of Abd-rv stands".
The Kumans or Kipchaks originated near the great eastern bend in the Yellow River.
Their name is derived from the Old Turkic Bečenek, diminutive of the personal name Beče, resulted in the Magyars migrating to Transylvania and the Pechenegs settling in their original lands north of the Black Sea.
They formed themselves into a federation of hordes, possibly under some form of central leadership although this was not sufficiently strong for a stable, hereditary central authority to emerge century Gesta Hungarorum as "a knight from one of the leading clans" who "came from the land of the Pechenegsfrom whom the Tomaj [Thomoy] clan is descended.