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Aḥmad al-Manṣūr, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603


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    • Manṣūr, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • El Mansour, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • Ahmad of Mansur, al-Sharif, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • Almançor, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • Al-Mansour, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • Mulei Ahmede Almançor, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • Ahmede Almançor, Mulei, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • Moulay Ahmed al-Mansour, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • Ahmed al-Mansour, Moulay, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
    • احمد المنصور، Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1549
    • Death Date

        16030825
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Fès (Morocco)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Morocco
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Morocco
    • Gender

        male
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Ahmad of Mansur, al-Sharif, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603
  • Sources

    • found: Ibn al-Qāḍī, A.b.M. al-Muntaqá al-Maqṣūr ʻalá maʼāthir al-Khalīfah al-Manṣūr, 1986.
    • found: LC data base, 3-28-89(hdg.: Ahmad al Mansur, al-Sharif, Sultan of Morocco, 1549-1603; usage: El Mansour le Doré, sultan de Marrakech)
    • found: Enc. of Islam(under: Aḥmad al-Manṣūr; sixth sovereign of the Saʻdid Moroccan dynasty; b. at Fez in 956/1549; d. 2 Rabīʻ I 1012/8-2-1603)
    • found: Crónica de Almançor, Sultão de Marrocos ... 1997:t.p. (al-Mansour, Sultan du Maroc) p. x, etc. (sultan Moulay Ahmed al-Mansour; sultão Mulei Ahmede Almançor)
    • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed February 25, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database:(Mansur, Moulay Ahmad al; king; born 1549 in Fez, Morocco; "the Golden" king of the Sa'adi dynasty of Morocco was known for his military skill in his father's service; developed an administrative system, known as the Makhzen, that survived until the beginning of the twentieth century; captured Gao and the major intellectual and commercial center of Timbuktu; was an extremely generous patron of the arts; died 25 August 1603 in Morocco)
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    • 1989-03-30: new
    • 2015-04-10: revised
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