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Zangid Dynasty

Bibliography:

Heidemann, S., “Zangī,” “Zangids,” Encyclopaedia of Islam, XI (2002), 451–5.Patton, D., Badr al-Dīn Lu ‘lu’: Atabeg of Mosul, 1211–1259 (Seattle, 1991).

1127–1146

‛Imād al-Dīn Zangī I (atabeg of Mosul under nominal Seljuqid suzerainty 1127; ruled Aleppo 1128)

1146–1149

Sayf al-Dīn Ghāzī I (son; Mosul)

1146–1174

Nūr al-Dīn Maḥmūd I (brother; Aleppo; Mosul1170)

1149–1170

Quṭb al-Din Maudūd (brother; Mosul)

1174–1180

Sayf al-Dīn Ghāzī II (son; Mosul)

1174–1181

Nūr al-Dīn Ismā‛īl I (son of Maḥmūd I; Aleppo)

1180–1193

‛Izz al-Dīn Mas‛ūd I (son of Maudūd; Mosul)

1181–1183

‛Imād al-Dīn Zangī II (brother; Aleppo; deposed, died 1198; Ayyūbid rule of Aleppo)

1193–1211

Nūr al-Dīn Arslanshāh I (son of Mas‛ūd I; Mosul)

1211–1218

‛Izz al-Dīn Mas‛ūd II (son)

1218–1219

Nūr al-Dīn Arslanshāh II (son)

1219–1233

Nāṣir al-Dīn Maḥmūd II (brother)

1233–1259

Badr al-Dīn Lu ‘lu’ (slave of Arslanshāh I)

1259–1262

Rukn al-Dīn Ismā‛īl II (son; Mongol capture of Mosul 1262)

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