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Emirate of Jabal Shammar


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Rashīdī Dynasty

Bibliography:

Al Rasheed, M., Politics in an Arabian Oasis: the Rashidi Tribal Dynasty (London, 1991).Musil, A., Northern Neǧd: a Topographical Itinerary (New York, 1928).

1835–1847

‛Abd Allāh I (grandson of Rashīd; amir of Jabal Shammar in northern Najd 1835)

1847–1868

Ṭalāl (son)

1868–1869

Mit‛ab I (brother)

1869

Bandar (son of Ṭalāl)

1869–1897

Muḥammad I (son of ‛Abd Allāh I)

1897–1906

‛Abd al-‛Azīz (son of Mit‛ab I)

1906–1907

Mit‛ab II (son)

1907–1908

Sulṭān (grandnephew of ‛Abd Allāh I)

1908

Sa‛ūd I (brother)

1908–1920

Sa‛ūd II (son of ‛Abd al-‛Azīz)

1920

‛Abd Allāh III (grandnephew of Bandar)

1920–1921

‛Abd Allāh III (son of Mit‛ab II; deposed, died 1947)

1921

Muḥammad II (brother of ‛Abd Allāh II; deposed, died 1954; Sa‛ūdī conquest of Jabal Shammar)

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