Abu Tashufin I

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Abu Tashufin I
Sultan of Tlemcen,
Kingdom of Tlemcen
Reign1318–1337[1]
PredecessorAbu Hammu I
SuccessorAbu Sa'id Uthman II of Marinid dynasty
HouseZayyanid

Abu Tashufin I (Arabic : أبو تاشفين ابن أبو حمو موسى الأول, Abu Tashufin Ibn Abu Musa Al-awal), was the 5th and last sultan of the Zayyanid dynasty ruling the Kingdom of Tlemcen, in medieval Algeria.[2] [3] [4]

He was the son of Abu Hammu I, the preceding Sultan of Tlemcen.[5]

The Kingdom of Tlemcen was conquered by Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Othman of the Moroccan Marinid dynasty in 1337, ending Abu Tashufin's rule and the Zayyanid dynasty.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Ilahiane, Hsain (2006-07-17). Historical Dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen). Scarecrow Press. ISBN 9780810864900.
  2. ^ رحلة ابن بطوطة
  3. ^ Qantara
  4. ^ Ibn Khaldûn (1332-1406), Le livre des exemples, Volume I, Éditions Gallimard, Collection la Pléiade, (ISBN 2-07-011425-2), 1560 pages
  5. ^ Lara, Fundación José Manuel (2006). IBN JALDUN: STUDIES. Fundación El legado andalusì. p. 84. ISBN 9788496556348.


Abu Tashufin I
Preceded by
Abu Hammu I
Sultan of Tlemcen,
Kingdom of Tlemcen

1318–1337
Succeeded by
end of dynasty