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Almoravid Empire

Source:
Dynasties of the World
Author(s):

John E. Morby

, Charlie RozierCharlie Rozier

Almoravid Empire 

Tāshufīnid Dynasty

1071–1106

Yūsuf b. Tāshufīn (independent ruler in Marrakesh 1071; assumed the title of amīr al-muslimīn1086)

1106–1143

‛Alī (son)

1143–1145

Tāshufīn (son)

1145

Ibrāhīm (son; deposed)

1145–1147

Isḥāq (son of ‛Alī; Almohad conquest of the Almoravid empire 1147)

Notes

Names and Titles

—For the title of amīr al-muslimīn, ‘commander of the Muslims’, see E. Lévi-Provençal, Arabica, II (1955), 265–80.

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