Results and scientific novelty: Djanibek Sultan entered the political arena only in the 70ies of the 15 century, being a son of Khan SayyidAhmed II and second cousin of the Crimean Khan Mengli Giray, he had a right on the Board in the Crimea, which from the end of the second decade of 15 century became de facto hereditary ulus of Genghis Khan from the kind of Tuka Timur. Not having the strength to fight for power, he was forced to lead a life free of a nomad in the land, subordinate to the Khan Mahmoud ben Küchük Muhammad. But in 1476 internal turmoil in the Crimea, caused by the struggle for power among KarachiBey gave him the opportunity to become a Khan. Rebel against the omnipotence of KarachiBey Shirin Eminek his brother Hajike Shirin and the second most important in the Crimea KarachiBay Abdallah Baryn led Djanibek Sultan to power. His reign was short and not particularly apparent. Very soon he was forced to leave the Crimea and in the autumn of 1477 to move to the Grand Duchy of Moscow.
Source: Hulevych V.P. (2017) Djanibek Sultan – the Mysterious Sovereign of Crimean Khanate (1476–1477). Ukrainian historical journal. 1: 4-11