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Tujībid Dynasty

Hūdid Dynasty

Dunlop, D. M., “Hūdids,” Encyclopaedia of Islam, III (1971), 542–3.Guichard, P., “Tudjīb,”Ibid., X (2000), 582–4.

1023–1029

Yahyā al-Muzaffar (grandson of Yaḥyā al-Tujībī; independent ruler at Zaragoza 1023)

1029–1039

Al-Mundhir al-Manṣūr (son)

1039

cAbd Allāh al-Muz̳affar (distant cousin; deposed)

1039–1047

Sulaymān al-Mustacīn (descendant of Hūd)

1047–1082

Aḥmad I, al-Muqtadir (son)

1082–1083

Yūsuf al-Mu'tamin (son)

1083–1110

Aḥmad II, al-Mustacīn (son; Almoravid rule of Zaragoza 1110–18, then Christian conquest)

1110–1130

cAbd al-Malik (son; Rueda)

1130–1146

Aḥmad III, al-Mustanṣir (son; Christian conquest of remaining Hūdid territories 1146)

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