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As-Saffah
As-Saffah Part of the series on History of ... Abu al-'Abbas Abdullah ibn Muhammad as-Saffah (721 - 754) أبو ال ... Abu al-'Abbas gained the epithet al-Saffah, or blood-letter. After the victory over ...
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Al-Saffah   (translated from French)
Al-Saffah Religion Three monotheisms judaïsm - christianism - islam This ...
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Abu l-Abbas as-Saffah   (translated from German)
Abu l-Abbas as-Saffah Abu l-Abbas as-Saffah ( arabisch : ‎) (* 722 ; † 754 ) was first ... completely exterminated, why it the surname as-Saffah (Arab: "the blood caster") received. Only the ... from Córdoba ). The short government of as-Saffah is characterized by the argument by the ... Central Asia to secure could. However as-Saffah already died 754 briefly after the ...
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Off? Dscha?far?Abd All?h ibn Muhammad ibn?Al? Aluminium-Mans?r   (translated from German)
... 754 the rule of its brother As-Saffah ( 749 - 754 ). After it had already supported ... the throne. Abbasidi Kalifen of Bagdad: As-Saffah | Aluminium-Mansur | Al Mahdi | Al Hadi | Harun ...
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754   (translated from German)
... deceased of brother Abu l-Abbas As-Saffah. First documentary mention of Hochheim at the ... Peppering castle (* 700) Abu l-Abbas As-Saffah, first Kalif that Abbasiden ( 749 -754) (* 722 ...
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Al-Mansur (Abbasid)   (translated from French)
... his/her brother Abû Al-`Abbâs have-Saffah. It died in La Mecque during pilgrimage ... to be interested in sciences. Preceded byHave-Saffah Abbasid of Baghdad Follow-up byAl-Madhî ...
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Abbasids   (translated from French)
... was Abû Al-Abbas, known as have-Saffah (750-754) (Arab: ??????? saff??, bloodthirsty man). Its ... Abbasid of Baghdad Abû Al-`Abbâs Have-Saffah ( 750 - 754 ) Installation In Baghdad Al-Mansûr ...
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Historical Shi'a-Sunni relations
... the Abbasids. The first Abbasid caliph, As-Saffah sought Shiite support in his campaign against ... through a Shi'ite Imam. Instead, As-Saffah assumed both the temporal and religious mantle ...
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Timeline of 8th century Islamic history
... Capture of Kufa by the Abbasids. As-Saffah becomes the Abbasid Caliph at Kufa. 750 ... Dynasty of China. 754: Death of As-Saffah. Accession of Al-Mansur as the Caliph ...
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Battle of the Zab
... Umayyad Caliphate Commanders Abu al-'Abbas al-Saffah Marwan II Strength Casualties {{{notes}}} The Battle ... as caliph by Abu al-Abbas as-Saffah, bringing to an end Umayyad rule in ...
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