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Caliphate of Córdoba


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Lévi-Provençal, E., Histoire de l'Espagne musulmane (3 vols., Paris, 1950–67).Scales, P. C., The Fall of the Caliphate of Córdoba (Leiden, 1994).

756–788

‛Abd al-Raḥmān I (grandson of the caliph Hishām; amir of al-Andalus756)

788–796

Hishām I (son)

796–822

Al-Ḥakam I (son)

822–852

‛Abd al-Raḥmān II (son)

852–886

Muḥammad I (son)

886–888

Al-Mundhir (son)

888–912

‛Abd Allāh (brother)

912–961

‛Abd al-Raḥmān III, al-Nāṣir (grandson; assumed the title of amīr al-mu'minīn929)

961–976

Al-Ḥakam II, al-Mustanṣir (son)

976–1009

Hishām II, al-Mu'ayyad (son; deposed)

1009

Muḥammad II, al-Mahdī (great-grandson of ‛Abd al-Raḥmān III; deposed)

1009–1010

Sulaymān al-Musta‛īn (great-grandson of ‛Abd al-Raḥmān III; deposed)

1010

Muḥammad II (restored)

1010–1013

Hishām II (restored)

1013–1016

Sulaymān (restored)

1016–1018

‛Alī b. Ḥammūd al-Nāṣir

1018

‛Abd al-Raḥmān IV, al-Murtaḍā (great-grandson of ‛Abd al-Raḥmān III)

1018–1021

Al-Qāsim al-Ma'mūn (brother of ‛Alī; deposed)

1021–1023

Yaḥyā al-Mu‛talī (son of ‛Alī; deposed)

1023

Al-Qāsim (restored; deposed, died 1036)

1023–1024

‛Abd al-Raḥmān V, al-Mustaz̳hir (brother of Muḥammad II)

1024–1025

Muḥammad III, al-Mustakfī (great-grandson of ‛Abd al-Raḥmān III)

1025–1027

Yaḥyā (restored; deposed, died 1035)

1027–1031

Hishām III, al-Mu‛tadd (brother of ‛Abd al-Raḥmān IV; deposed, died 1036; breakup of the caliphate into smaller kingdoms)

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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