THE ZIRIDS

• (SABRA-MANSURIYYA,
NEAR QAYRAWAN, 973-1148)
• Abul-Futuh Sayf ad-Dawla Buluggin ibn Ziri 973-983
• Abul-Fat'h al-Mansur ibn Buluggin 983-995
• Abu Qatada Nasir ad-Dawla Badis ibn Mansur 995-1015
• Sharaf ad-Dawla al-Muizz ibn Badis 1015-1062
• Abu Tahir Tamim ibn al-Muizz 1062-1108
• Yahya ibn Tamim 1108-1131
• Ali ibn Yahya 1115-1121
• Abul-Hasan al-Hasan ibn Ali 1121-1148
MAGHRAWA OF FÈS (987-1069)
• One lineage with two branches providing:
• 1. Muhammad ben Kahzar 'Abd Allâh 'Atiya
• Zîri 987-1001
• al-Mu`iz 1001-1026
• Mu'ansar Hammâd d. 1043
• Mu'ansar 1063-1067
• Tamîm 1067-1069
• 2. Muhammad ben Khazar 'Abd Allâh 'Atiya al-Mu'iz
• Hamâma 1026-1032 1037/1038-1049
• Fatûh 1060-1062
• 'Ajîza d. 1063

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