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Āl Nu‛aimī

See also Abu Dhabi, Emirate of; Āl Qāsimī, Dynasty of; Dubai, Emirate of; Fujairah, Emirate of; Umm al-Qaiwain, Emirate of

Bibliography:

Rush, A. de L., ed., Ruling Families of Arabia: United Arab Emirates (2 vols., n. p., 1991).Zahlan, R. S., Origins of the United Arab Emirates (New York, 1978).

1820–1838

Rāshid I (son of Ḥumayd; shaykh of Ajman on the Persian Gulf by 1820)

1838–1841

Ḥumayd I (son; deposed)

1841–1848

‛Abd al-‛Azīz I (brother)

1848–1873

Ḥumayd I (restored)

1873–1891

Rāshid II

1891–1900

Ḥumayd II (son; British protectorate 1892–1971

1900–1910

‛Abd al-‛Azīz II (son of Ḥumayd I)

1910–1928

Ḥumayd III (son)

1928–1981

Rāshid III (son; amir and member, United Arab Emirates 1971)

1981

Ḥmayd IV (son)

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