Otrok - Atraka Sharukanids, khan of Kipchaks is your 27th great grandfather.
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her mother ·Üí KUN Erzsâ©bet of the Kumans, Queen consort of Hungary
her mother ·Üí Kââten II, Khan of the Kumans
her father ·Üí Suthoi, Khan of the Kumans
his father ·Üí Kotian, Khan of the Kumans
his father ·Üí Konchek Otrakovich, Khan of the Cumans
his father ·Üí Otrok - Atraka Sharukanids, khan of Kipchaks
Otrok or Atraka Sharukanids, Khan of Cumans and of Kipchaks
Russian: ÅêâÇâÄÅâÅâ« Sharukanids, ÅøÅæÅªÅæÅâ¤ÅµâÜÅâ«ÅâÅÏ âÖÅâÅÎ©, Lithuanian: Atrakas Sharukanids, Polovco Chanas
member of nomadic Cuman tribe in, Ukraine
Son of Sharukan
Husband of NN
Father of Konchek Otrakovich, Khan of the Cumans; ÅïÅªâÇâÉÅâ« and Gurandukht
Brother of SÆ±rchan Sharukanids
Otrok (also Atrak) was an early eleventh-century Kipchak chieftain (khan) who was involved in the wars with Kievan Rus', and later served to the king of Georgia. He came of the Sharukanids, one the ruling houses of the Kipchak tribal confederation known to the Rus' as "Wild Cumans".
Otrok, known in Georgia as Atraka, son of Sharagan (i.e., Sharukan), after the victories of the Rus' Grand Prince Vladimir II Monomakh in 1109, fled to Georgia with some 40,000 followers, received baptism and entered the service of the Georgian king David IV of Georgia (c. 1118). The Georgian-Kipchak alliance was further cemented by David's marriage to the khan·Äôs daughter who received the name Gurandukht (we don't know her original Turkic name). Otrok·Äôs Kipchaks helped David against the Seljuk Turks and contributed to the Georgian victory at Didgori in 1121.
A passage in the East Slavic chronicle Hypatian Codex relates that after the death of Vladimir Monomakh (1125), an envoy (the bard âñr) arrived from Otrok's brother SÆ±rchan, who lived in the Don, urging him to return. âñr·Äôs urges and songs were without effect until he produced some yawshan, the grass of his native steppe. With this, Otrok tearfully decided to give up the security and fame he had won in "a foreign land", and returned to the steppe where he fathered K√∂nchek, eventually one of the most famous foes of the princes of Kiev (not to be confused with the 14th-century Chagatai khan K√∂nchek).
OTROK, KHAN OF THE GEORGIAN KIPCHAKS: FATHER OF KONCHEK KHAN
Otrok (a.k.a. Atrak) was an early eleventh century Cuman - Kipchak chieftan (khan) who was involved in the wars with Kievan Rus' and later served under the Kingdom of Georgia. He was a member of the Sharukanids, one of the ruling houses of the Kipchak tribal confederation known to the Rus' as "Wild Cumans"............OTROK, KNOWN IN GEORGIA AS ATRAKA, SON OF SHARAGAN (i.e. SHARUKAN), after the victories of the Rus' Grand Prince Vladimir II Monomakh (1053 - 1125), fled to Georgia with some 40,000 followers. In Georgia, Khan Otrok received baptism and entered into the service of Georgian King David IV (1073 - 1125). The Georgian - Kipchak alliance was facilitated by King David's earlier marriage to the Khan's daughter, who received the name of Gurandukht. Khan Otrok's Kipchaks helped King David defend against the Seljuk Turks and contributed to the Georgian victory at Didgori in 1121. Khan Otrok's 40,000 Cumans helped make Georgia the most powerful kingdom in the region............A passage in the East Slavic chronicle "Hypatian Codex" relates that after the death of Vladimir II Monomakh (May 19, 1125) an envoy, the bard named Or, arrived from Otrok's brother Sirchan Khan (who lived on the Don Steppes) and urged Otrok to return. Or's urgings and songs were without effect until he produced some 'yawshan', the grass of Khan Otrok's native steppe. With this, Khan Otrok tearfully decided to give up the security and fame he had won in "a foreign land" and returned to the Don Steppes. Subsequent to his return (circa 1125 / 26), KHAN OTROK FATHERED KONCHEK, EVENTUALLY ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS FOES OF THE PRINCES OF KIEV.
Source -- "Otrok" / en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otrok