• (FÈS, 1420-1550)
• Yahyâ I Ben Zayyân Abu Zakariyya 1420-1458
• Alî Ben Yûsuf ben al-Mansûr Ben Zayyân 1458-1458
• Yahyâ II Ben Yahyâ I d. 1458
• Muhammad al-Shaykh (brother of the preceding) 1471-1505
• Muhammad al-Burtughâlî 1505-1524
• `Ali Abû Hassûn Abu al-Hasan 1524-1554
• Ahmad Ben Muhammad al-Butughali Abu `Abbas 1524-1550

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