Nasrid

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dynasty (en) Fassara
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Bayanai
Farawa 1230
Ƙasar asali al-Andalus (en) Fassara
Wanda ya samar Muhammad I of Granada (en) Fassara
Ƙasa Emirate of Granada (en) Fassara
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date (en) Fassara 1492
Mallakar Granada ta F. Pradilla y Ortiz, 1882: Muhammad na XII ya miƙa wuya ga Ferdinand II na Aragon da Isabella I na Castile .

A Nasrid daular ko Banuu Nasri ( Larabci: بنو نصر‎ ) shine daular Larabawa da ta Musulmai ta ƙarshe a Spain . Daular Nasrid ta hau karagar mulki ne bayan kayar daular Almohad a 1212 a yaƙin Las Navas de Tolosa . Sarakuna daban-daban guda ashirin da uku sun mulki Granada daga kafuwar daula a 1232 ta Muhammed I ibn Nasr har zuwa 2 ga Janairu, 1492, lokacin da Muhammad na XII na Granada ya miƙa wuya ga masarautun Spain na kirista na Aragon da Castile . A yau, tabbatacciyar shaidar Nasrid ita ce gidan sarautar Alhambra da aka gina a ƙarƙashin mulkinsu.

Jerin Sarakunan Nasrid na Granada[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Muhammed I bn Nasr (1238-1272)
  • Muhammed II al-Faqih (1273-1302)
  • Muhammed na Uku (1302-1309)
  • Nasr (1309-1314)
  • Ismail Na (1314-1325)
  • Muhammed na hudu (1325-1333)
  • Yusuf I (1333-1354)
  • Muhammed V (1354-1359, 1362-1391)
  • Ismail II (1359-1360)
  • Muhammed na shida (1360-1362)
  • Yusuf na II (1391-1392)
  • Muhammed na VII (1392-1408)
  • Yusuf na Uku (1408-1417)
  • Muhammed na VIII (1417-1419, 1427-1429)
  • Muhammed IX (1419-1427, 1430-1431, 1432-1445, 1448-1453)
  • Yusuf na IV (1431-1432)
  • Yusuf na B (1445-1446, 1462)
  • Muhammed X (1446-1448)
  • Muhammed XI (1453-1454)
  • Ya ce (1454-1464)
  • Abu l-Hasan Ali, wanda aka sani da Muley Hacén (1464-1482, 1483-1485)
  • Abu 'abd Allah Muhammed XII, wanda aka sani da Boabdil (1482-1483, 1486-1492)
  • Abū `Abd Allāh Muhammed XIII, wanda aka sani da El Zagal (1485-1486)

Taswirar asalinsu[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Family tree showing the relations between each Sultan. Daughters and are omitted, as are sons whose descendants never took the throne. During times of rival claimants, this generally recognizes the Sultan who controlled the city of Granada itself and the Alhambra.

Shafuka masu alaƙa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Al-Andalus
  • Alhambra

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • William Montgomery Watt: Tarihin Islama na Islama, Edinburgh University Press, 1965 

Sauran yanar gizo[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]