The New Islamic Dynasties

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Columbia University Press, 1996 - History - 389 pages
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With a complete selection of bibliographies and tables of dates, titles, and names, this completely revised classic manual builds upon a work that has been a cornerstone of Islamic studies for thirty years. It remains the best source of clear, accurate information on centuries of Muslim dynastic history and the royal families in the Muslim world.
 

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Contents

chapter one The Caliphs 1 The RightlyGuided or Patriarchal or Orthodox Caliphs
1
The Umayyad Caliphs
3
The line in
4
The line in Ukbara of Man b alMuqallads descendants
5
The Abbasid Caliphs
6
The caliph in Aleppo Harran and northern Syria 3 The caliphs in Cairo
7
chapter two Spain 4 The Spanish Umayyads
11
The Muluk alTawaif or Reyes de Taifas in Spain
14
The Salghurids
207
The Atabegs of Yazd
209
The Qutlughkhanids
210
The Maliks of Nimruz
211
CHAPTER TWELVE The Turks in Anatolia 107 The Seljuqs of Rum
213
The Danishmendids
215
The Mengiijekids
217
TheSaltuqids
218

The Hammudids of Malaga 2 The Hammudids of Ceuta
16
The Abbadids of Seville 4 The Banu Birzal in Carmona 5 The Banu Khazrun in Arcos 6 The Zirids of Granada 7 The Banu Sumadih of Almeria 8 T...
17
The rulers in Majorca during the eleventh and early twelfth centuries 10 The Jahwarids of Cordova 11 The rulers in Cordova of the AlmoravidAlmo...
18
The Amirids of Valencia 15 The rulers in Valencia of the AlmoravidAlmohad interregnum 16 The Tujlbids in Saragossa 17 The Hudids in Saragossa...
19
The rulers of Murcia including the Tahirids and Hudids
20
The Banu Ghaniya
21
The Nasrids or Banu lAhmar
22
chapter three North Africa 8 The Idrlsids
25
The Rustamids
27
The Midrarids
29
TheAghlabids
31
The Kalbids
33
The Zlrids and Hammadids
35
The Almoravids or alMurabitun
37
The Almohads or alMuwahhidun
39
The Marlnids
41
The Abd alWadids or Zayyanids or Ziyanids
43
The Hafsids
45
The Wattasids
48
The Sadid Sharlfs
50
The Alawid or Filall Sharifs
53
The Husaynid Beys
55
The Qaramanlls
57
The Sanusi Chiefs and Rulers
58
CHAPTER FOUR Egypt and Syria 25 The Tulunids
60
The Ikhshldids
62
The Fatimids
63
The Mirdasids
66
The chief dais of the Nizarl Ismallls or Assassins in Syria
68
The line in Egypt 2 The line in Damascus
70
The line in Aleppo 4 The line in Hims 5 The line in Hamat
71
The line in Diyar Bakr Mayyafariqln and Jabal Sinjar 7 The line in Diyar Bakr Hisn Kayfa Amid and Akhlat
72
The line in Yemen 9 The minor branches of the family in Balbakk Karak Baniyas and Subayba and Busra
73
The Mamluks
76
The Bahr i line 2 The Burjl line
77
The Man Amlrs of Lebanon
81
The Shihab Amirs of Lebanon
82
The house of Muhammad All
83
CHAPTER FIVE Iraq and Jazira before the Seljuqs 35 The Hamdanids
85
The Mazyadids
87
The Marwanids
89
TheUqaylids
91
The Numayrids
93
chapter six The Arabian Peninsula 40 The Carmathian or Qarmati Rulers of the line of Abu Sald alJannabl
94
The Zaydi Imams of Yemen
96
The Ziyadids
99
The Yufirids or Yafurids
100
The Najahids
101
The Sulayhids
102
The Zurayids or Banu 1Karam
104
The Hamdanids
106
The Mahdids
107
The Rasulids
108
The Tahirids
110
The Al alJulanda
111
The Mukramids
112
The Yarubids
113
The united sultanate 2 The line of sultans in Oman 3 The line of sultans in Zanzibar
114
The Al Suud Saud
116
The Hashimite Sharifs of Mecca from the Awn family
118
The Al Rashld
120
chapter seven West Africa 58 The Keita Kings of Mali
122
The Kings of Songhay
124
The Rulers of Kanem and Bornu or Bomo
126
CHAPTER EIGHT East Africa and the Horn of Africa
132
The Sultans of Harar
138
The Justanids
145
The Shaddadids
151
The Hasanuyids or Hasanawayhids
158
The Kakuyids or Kakawayhids
160
TheZiyarids
166
The Saffarids
172
The Khwarazm Shahs
178
CHAPTER ELEVEN The Seljuqs Their Dependants and the Atabegs
185
TheZangids
190
The Begtiginids
192
TheLu1uids
193
TheArtuqids
194
The Shahi Armanids
197
TheAhmadllls
198
The Eldigiizids or IIdegizids
199
The Baduspanids
201
The rulers in Nur with the title of Malik
202
The Nizarl Ismallls or Assassins in Persia
203
The Hazaraspids
205
The Qarasi Karasi Oghullari
219
The Sarukhan Oghullari
220
The Aydin Oghullari
221
The Menteshe Oghullari
222
The Inanj Oghullari
223
The Germiyan Oghullari
224
The Sahib Ata Oghullari
225
The Hamld Oghullari and the Tekke Oghullari
226
The Beys of Alanya
227
The Ashraf Eshref Oghullari
228
The Jandar Oghullari or Isfandiyar Isfendiyar Oghullari
229
The Parwana Oghullari
230
The Choban Oghullari
231
The Qaraman Oghullari or Qaramanids
232
The Eretna Oghullari
234
The Qadi Burhan alDm Oghullari
235
The Taj alDm Oghullari
236
The Ramadan Oghullari
237
The Dulghadir Oghullari or Dhu lQadrids
238
The Ottomans or Osmanlis
239
CHAPTER THIRTEEN The Mongols and Their Central Asian and Eastern European Successors The Mongols or Chingizids
243
The Mongol Great Khans Descendants of Ogedey and Toluy later the Yuan Dynasty of China
246
The Chaghatayids Descendants of Chaghatay
248
The II Khanids Descendants of Qubilays brother Hulegii
250
The Khans of the Golden Horde Descendants of Jochi
252
The Giray Khans of the Crimea Descendants of Jochi
255
The Khans of the Tatars of Bujaq or Bessarabia as Ottoman nominees
256
The Khans of Astrakhan Astrakhan Ashtarkhan
258
The Khans of Kazan Qazan
259
The Khans of Qasimov
261
CHAPTER FOURTEEN Persia after the Mongols 139 The Karts or Kurts
263
The Muzaffarids
264
Thelnjuids
266
The Jalayirids
267
The Sarbadarids
269
TheTimurids
270
The Qara Qoyunlu
273
The Aq Qoyunlu
275
The Mushashaids
277
The Safawids
279
The Afsharids
281
The Zands
283
TheQajars
285
The Pahlawis
287
CHAPTER FIFTEEN Central Asia after the Mongols 153 The Shibanids Shaybanids or Abu lKhayrids
288
The Toqay Temurids or Janids or Ashtarkhanids
290
The Mangits
292
The Qungrats or Inaqids
293
The Mings
295
CHAPTER SIXTEEN Afghanistan and the Indian Subcontinent 158 The Ghaznawids
296
The Ghurids
298
The Delhi Sultans
300
The Sayyids 5 The Lodls
301
The Governors and Sultans of Bengal
306
The line of IIyas Shah 4 The line of Raja Ganesa Ganesh 5 The line of IIyas Shah restored 6 The domination of the Habashis 7 The line of Sayyid H...
307
The Surls 9 The Kararanls
308
The Sultans of Kashmlr
310
The Sultans of Gujarat
312
The Sharql Sultans of Jawnpur
314
The Sultans and Rulers of Malwa
316
The Sultans of Mabar or Madura
318
The Bahmanids
319
The Faruql Rulers of Khandesh
322
The Barid Shahis
324
TheAdil Shahis
325
The Nizam Shahis
326
TheImad Shahis
327
The Qutb Shahis
328
TheArghuns
329
The Mughal Emperors
331
The NawwabViziers and NawwabNazims of Bengal
335
The NawwabViziers and Kings of Oudh Awadh
337
The Nazims of Hyderabad Haydarabad
339
The Muslim Rulers in Mysore Mahisur Maysur
340
The Abdall or Durrani Rulers and Kings of Afghanistan
341
The Sadozays or Popalzays 2 The Barakzays or Muhammadzays
342
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN SouthEast Asia and Indonesia 181 The Rulers of Malacca Melaka
344
The Sultans of Acheh Atjeh Aceh
346
The Rulers of Mataram
348
The Susuhunans of Surakarta
350
The Sultans of Jogjakarta
351
The Sultans of Brunei
353
a Personal names b Dynasties peoples tribes etc c Places
357
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Clifford Edmund Bosworth is Professor Emeritus of Arabic Studies at the University of Manchester.

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