THE HAMMADIDS

• (QAL`A OF BEN HAMMAD, THEN BOGGIE, 1014-1152)
• Hammad Ibn Buluggin 1014-1028
• al-Qad Ibn Bulugin 1028-1055
• Muhsin Ibn Buluggin 1055
• Buluggin Ibn Muhammad 1056-1062
• Al-Nasir Ibn Alannas 1062-1088
• al-Mansur Ibn al-Nasir 1088-1104
• Badis Ibn al-Mansur 1104
• al-Aziz Ibn al-Mansur 1105-1122
• Yahya In al-Aziz 1122-1152

Historical Dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen) . . 2014.

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