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Ḥammūdid Dynasty

Seco de Lucena, L., Los Hammūdīes, señores de Málaga y Algeciras (Malaga, 1955).Wasserstein, D. J., The Caliphate in the West: an Islamic Political Institution in the Iberian Peninsula (Oxford, 1993).

1016–1018

‛Alī al-Nāṣir (son of Ḥammūd; governor of Ceuta 1013; caliph at Malaga and Cordoba 1016)

1018–1021

Al-Qāsim al-Ma'mūn (brother; deposed, died 1036; Cordova 1018–21, 1023)

1021–1035

Yaḥyā I, al-Mu‛talī (son of ‛Alī; Cordova 1021–3, 1025–7)

1035–1039

Idrīs I, al-Muta'ayyad (brother)

1039–1040

Yaḥyā II, al-Qā'im (son; deposed, died 1042)

1040–1043

Al-Ḥasan al-Mustanṣir (son of Yaḥyā I)

1043–1047

Idrīs II, al-‛Ālī (brother; deposed)

1047–1053

Muḥammad I, al-Mahdī (son of Idrīs I)

1053–1054

Idrīs II (restored)

1054–1056

Muḥammad II, al-Musta‛lī (son; deposed, died 1068; Granadan capture of Malaga)

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