THE ALMOHADS


THE ALMOHADS
• (MARRAKECH, 1130-1276)
• The Mahdi Muhammad Ibn Tu-mart 1130
• Abd al-Mu'min 1133-1163
• Abu- Ya'qu-b Yu-suf 1163-1184
• Abu- Yu-suf Ya'qu-b al-Mansu-r 1184-1199
• Muhammad al-Na-sir 1199-1213
• Abu- Ya'qu-bYu-suf al-Mustansir 1213-1224
• Abu- Muhammad al-Wa-hid called
• al-Makhlu- (The Deposed) 1224
• Abu- 'Abd Alla-h Muhammad al-'A-dil 1224-1227
• Abu- al-'Ula- Idri-s al-Ma'mu-n 1227-1232
• Abu- Muhammad 'Abd al-Wa-hid al-Rashi-d 1232-1242
• Abu- al-Hasan 'Ali al-Sa'i-d 1242-1248
• Abu- Hafs 'Umar al-Murtada- 1248-1266
• Abu- al-'Ula- Idri-s al-Wathiq, called Abu- Dabbu-s 1266-1269
• Ishaq (brother of al-Murtada) 1269-1276

Historical Dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen) . . 2014.

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