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الزيانيون (ar)
Abdalwadid dynasty

1235–1556
 

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The Abdalwadid (or Zayyanid) dynasty (green), c. 1300-1500.
Capital Tlemcen
Language(s) Classical Arabic, Berber, Mozarabic
Religion Sunni Islam
Government Monarchy
Sultan
 - 1236-1283 Abu Yahya I bin Zayyan
 - 1550 Al Hassan ben Abu Muh
History
 - Established 1235
 - Disestablished 1556
Currency Dinar

Abdalwadid is the name of a Berber Zenata dynasty in North Africa. The Abdalwadid kingdom with capital at Tlemcen, in what is now Algeria, existed from 1235 to 1556. They were also called Zayyanid, Ziyyanid or Zianid (Arabic: زيانيون), so Zianides, Ziyyanides or Banu Zayan.

List of rulers

  • Abu Yahya I bin Zayyan 1236-1283 or Yghomracen Ibn Zyan (1236 à 1283)
  • Abu Said Uthman I 1283-1303 (son of previous)or Othmane Ibn Yaghmoracen (1283-1304)
  • Abu Zayyan I 1303-1308 (son of previous)
  • Abu Hammu I 1308-1318 (brother of the previous)
  • Abu Tashufin I 1318-1337 (son of the previous)

First Marinid conquest 1337-1348 (Marinid ruler was Abu al-Hasan Ali)

  • Abu Said Uthman II 1348-1352 (son of Abu Tashufin I)
  • Abu Thabid I (associate) 1348-1352 (brother of Abu Said Uthman II)

Second Marinid conquest 1352-1359 (Marinid ruler was Abu Inan)

  • Abu Hammu II 1359-1389 (brother of Abu Said Uthman II) Expedition to Bugia defeated, 1366
  • Abu Zayyan Muhammad II ibn Uthman ruled in 1360, 1370-1372, 1383-1384 and 1387 during times when Abu Hammu II was forced from power.
  • Abu Tashufin II 1389-1393 (son of Abu Hammu I)
  • Abu Thabid II 1393 (son of Abu Tashufin I)
  • Abul Hadjdjadj I 1393-1394 (brother of the previous)
  • Abu Zayyan II 1394-1399 (brother of the previous)
  • Abu Muh I 1399-1401 (brother of the previous)
  • Abu Abdallah I 1401-1411 (brother of the previous)
  • Abd er Rahman I bin Abu Muh 1411 (son of Abu Muh I)
  • Said I bin Abu Tashufin 1411 (brother of Abu Muh I)
  • Abu Malek I 1411-1423 (brother of Said I)
  • Abu Abdallah II 1423-1427 (son of Abd er Rahman I)

Civil War 1427-1429

  • Abu Abdallah II (second time) 1429-1430
  • Abu Abbas Ahmad I 1430-1461 (son of Abu Thabit II)
  • Abu Abdallah III 1461-1468 (son of the previous)
  • Abu Tashufin III 1468 (son of the previous)
  • Abu Abdallah IV 1468-1504 (brother of the previous)
  • Abu Abdallah V 1504-1517 (son of the previous)
  • Abu Hammu III 1517-1527 (son of Abu Abbas Ahmad)
  • Abu Muh II 1527-1540 (brother of the previous)
  • Abu Abdallah VI 1540 (son of the previous)
  • Abu Zayyan II 1540-1543 (brother of the previous)

Saadid conquest 1543-1544

  • Abu Zayyan II (second time) 1544-1550
  • Al Hassan ben Abu Muh 1550 (brother of the previous)

See also

See also: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdalwadides

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