This is a timeline of the Karluks. The Kara-Khanid Khanate is also included; however, it is disputed whether the Karluks or Yagmas were the dominant group within the khanate.
|600||Karluks migrate into Tokharistan|
|742||The Karluks, Basmyls, and Uyghurs revolt against the Second Turkic Khaganate and Kutluk Yabgu Khagan is killed|
|745||Hostilities between the Uyghurs and Karluks force the Karluks to migrate west into Zhetysu|
|751||Battle of Talas : Karluks switch sides from the Tang dynasty to the Abbasids, resulting in Tang defeat|
|766||Karluks annex the Turgesh in Zhetysu|
|791||Karluks attack Beshbalik but are defeated by Uyghurs|
|821||Uyghurs invade Karluk territory and steal considerable booty|
|839||Nuh ibn Asad of the Samanids attacks the Karluks and captures Sayram|
|840||Uyghur Khaganate falls and Bilge Kul Qadir Khan of the Karluks declares himself khagan of the Kara-Khanid Khanate|
|893||Isma'il ibn Ahmad of the Samanids attacks the Karluks and conquers Taraz|
|Bilge Kul Qadir Khan dies and Bazir Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|920||Bazir Arslan Khan dies and his brother Oghulcak Khan succeeds him|
|932||The future Sultan Satuq Bughra Khan converts to Islam|
|940||Oghulcak Khan dies and Sultan Satuq Bughra Khan succeeds him|
|955||Sultan Satuq Bughra Khan dies and Musa Bughra Khan succeeds him|
|958||Musa Bughra Khan dies and Suleyman Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|970||Suleyman Arslan Khan dies and Ali Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|976||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Ilaq|
|980||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Kashgar|
|990||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Sayram (city)|
|991||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Fergana|
|992||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Bukhara but immediately loses it again to the Samanids|
|996||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Chach|
|997||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Samarkand|
|998||Ali Arslan Khan dies and Ahmad Arslan Qara Khan succeeds him|
|999||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Bukhara|
|1006||Kara-Khanid Khanate conquers Khotan|
|1008||Kara-Khanid Khanate attacks the Ghaznavids but is defeated|
|1017||Ahmad Arslan Qara Khan dies and Mansur Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|Liao dynasty attacks the Kara-Khanid Khanate but is repulsed|
|1024||Mansur Arslan Khan dies and Muhammad Toghan Khan succeeds him|
|1020||Ali-Tegin, brother of Yusuf Qadir Khan, seizes Bukhara and occupies Sogdia|
|1024||Ali-Tegin is defeated Yusuf Qadir Khan but recaptures his former territories after his enemies retreat|
|1026||Muhammad Toghan Khan dies and Yusuf Qadir Khan succeeds him|
|1032||Battle of Dabusiyya : Altun Tash of the Ghaznavids attacks Ali-Tegin and the battle ends inconclusively|
|Yusuf Qadir Khan dies|
|1034||Ali-Tegin dies and Ebu Shuca Sulayman succeeds him|
|1042||The Kara-Khanid Khanate splits into eastern and western branches - Ebu Shuca Sulayman continues to control the Eastern Karakhanids while Muhammad Arslan Qara Khan controls the Western Karakhanids|
|1050||Eastern Karakhanids conquer Kucha and Qiemo|
|1052||Muhammad Arslan Qara Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Böritigin succeeds him|
|1056||Ebu Shuca Sulayman of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and Muhammad bin Yusuph succeeds him|
|1057||Muhammad bin Yusuph of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and İbrahim bin Muhammad Khan succeeds him|
|1059||İbrahim bin Muhammad Khan of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and Mahmud succeeds him|
|1068||Böritigin of the Western Karakhanids dies and Nasr Shams al-Mulk succeeds him|
|1075||İbrahim bin Muhammad Khan of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and Umar succeeds him, and Ebu Ali el-Hasan succeeds him|
|1080||Nasr Shams al-Mulk of the Western Karakhanids dies and Khidr succeeds him|
|1081||Khidr of the Western Karakhanids dies and Ahmad succeeds him|
|1089||Seljuk Empire conquers Bukhara and Samarkand and vassalizes the Kara-Khanid Khanate|
|Ahmad of the Western Karakhanids is restored to power but is killed by the ulama and Ya'qub Qadir Khan succeeds him|
|1095||Ya'qub Qadir Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Mas'ud succeeds him|
|1097||Mas'ud of the Western Karakhanids dies and Sulayman Qadir Tamghach succeeds him, and Mahmud Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|1099||Mahmud Arslan Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Jibrail Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|1102||Jibrail Arslan Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Muhammad Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|Ebu Ali el-Hasan of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and Ahmad Khan succeeds him|
|1128||Ahmad Khan of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and İbrahim bin Ahmad succeeds him|
|1129||Muhammad Arslan Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Nasr succeeds him, and Ahmad Qadir Khan succeeds him|
|1130||Ahmad Qadir Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Hasan Jalal ad-Dunya succeeds him|
|Seljuk Empire conquers Samarkand|
|1132||Hasan Jalal ad-Dunya of the Western Karakhanids dies and Ibrahim Rukn ad-Dunya succeeds him, and Mahmud succeeds him|
|1133||Qara Khitai conquers Balasagun|
|1137||Western Karakhanids are defeated by Qara Khitai at Khujand|
|1141||Battle of Qatwan : The Qara Khitai defeat the Seljuk Empire and vassalizes the Khwarazmian dynasty, the Kingdom of Qocho, and the Kara-Khanid Khanate|
|Mahmud of the Western Karakhanids dies and Ibrahim Tabghach Khan succeeds him|
|1156||Ibrahim Tabghach Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Mas'ud Tabghach Khan succeeds him|
|1158||İbrahim bin Ahmad of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and Muhammad bin İbrahim succeeds him|
|1160||Western Kharakhanids conquer Balkh|
|1171||Mas'ud Tabghach Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Muhammad Tabghach Khan succeeds him|
|1178||Muhammad Tabghach Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Ibrahim Arslan Khan succeeds him|
|1204||Qara Khitai and Karakhanid troops aid Khwarazmian dynasty in fighting the Ghurid dynasty|
|Ibrahim Arslan Khan of the Western Karakhanids dies and Uthman Ulugh Sultan succeeds him|
|1205||Yusuph bin Muhammad of the Eastern Karakhanids dies and Ebul Feth Muhammad succeeds him|
|1211||Eastern Karakhanids are eliminated in a revolt in Kashgar|
|1212||Muhammad II of Khwarezm annexes the Western Karakhanids|
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