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Shehu Ahmadu Lobbo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845


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    • Aamadu Hammadi Buubu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Aḥmad bin Muḥammad, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Aḥmad bin Muḥammad bin Saʻid Lobbo, Shaykh, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Aḥmad bin Muḥammad bin Abī Bakr, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Aḥmad bin Muḥammad Būbū bin Abī Bakr bin Saʻīd al-Fullānī, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn Abū Bakr ibn Saʻīd, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmad Lobbo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmadou ben Mohammed, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmadou Hammadi, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmadou Hammadi Boubou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmadou Lobo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Aḥmadu bin Muḥammadu Lobbo, Shaykh, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmadu Hammadi Bubu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmadu ibn Hammadi, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Ahmadu Lobbo, Shehu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Amadu Lobbo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Bari, Cheikou Amadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Bari, Hamad, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Boubou, Ahmadou Hammadi, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Buubu, Aamadu Hammadi, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Cheikou Ahmadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Cheikou Amadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Cheikou Amadou Bari, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Cheikou Ahmadu Lobbo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Cheikou Ahmadu Lobo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Hamad Bari, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Lobbo, Amadu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Lobbo, Shehu Ahmadu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Lobo, Ahmadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Lobo, Seku Ahmadu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Lobo, Shehu Ahmadu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Seeku Aamadu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Sékou Ahmadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Sékou Amadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Sékou-Hamadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Seku Amadu, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Seku Ahmadu Lobbo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Seku Ahmadu Lobo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Shaykh Aḥmad, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Shaykh ʼAḥmad bin Muḥammad bin Saʻid Lobbo, al-Māsinī, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Shaykh Aḥmadu bin Muḥammadu Lobbo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Shehu Ahmadu Lobo, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • Shehu Ahmadu Lobbo, 1775 or 6-1844 or 5
    • Shékou Amadou, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • أحمدو بن محمّدو لبّو, شيخ, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
    • شيخ أحمدو بن محمّدو لبّو, 1775 or 1776-1844 or 1845
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) [1775,1776]
    • Birth Date

        (edtf) [1771,1772]Nobili (2020)
    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1775Encyclopaedia Britannica (as of August 9, 2019)
    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1776~Wikipedia (as of August 9, 2019)
    • Death Date

        (edtf) [1844,1845]
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1845Nobili (2020)
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1844Encyclopaedia Britannica (as of August 9, 2019)
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1845-04-20Wikipedia (as of August 9, 2019)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Mali
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Hamdallahi (Mali)
    • Gender

        Males
    • Associated Language

        ara
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Macina--History
          (lcsh) Inland Niger Delta (Mali)--History
            (lcsh) Hamdallahi (Mali)--History
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        • Earlier Established Forms

          • Shehu Ahmadu Lobbo, 1775 or 6-1844 or 5
        • Sources

          • found: Arsoukoula, Y. Notes de ma guitare, between 1975 and 1977 (subj.):t.p. (Sékou Amadou) p. 8 (Sékou Ahmadou) p. 11 (b. 1766 or 7 or 1775 or 6)
          • found: Encyc. Brit. Microp.(Shehu Ahmadu Lobbo, 1775-1844)
          • found: Imperato, P. J. Historical dictionary of Mali, 1977(Cheikou-Amadou, 1775-1844; Peul Empire of Macina; a theocratic state established in the inland delta of the Niger in 1810 by Cheikou Amadou Bari)
          • found: Imperato. Historical dictionary of Mali, 4th edition, 2008:pages 49-50 (Cheikou Amadou (1755-1844); Moslem cleric who, in 1810, led religious revolt against the Diallo king Hamadi-Diko of Macina; his jihad in the Macina was quickly successful, starting as a preaching campaign against the pagan kings of Macina (Peul) and Ségou (Bambara); he established a dina (Islamic state) in Macina, established new capital at Hamdallaye in 1815; born Amadou Lobbo, the latter being the name of his mother, he was a member of the Bari clan of Peul from Fitouka; converted most of the Peul to Islam, previously most were animists; succeeded by his son Amadou Cheikou, (also) born Amadou Lobbo, later called Amadou Amadou ("Amadou son of Amadou"), and finally Cheikou Amadou) pages 240-241 (Peul Empire of Macina, a theocratic Islamic state (dina) established in the inland delta of the Niger in 1810 by Cheikou Amadou, replacing Peul Kingdom of Macina)
          • found: History of West Africa, 1976-1987 :v. 2, p. 348 ff. (centralized Islamic state called Caliphate of Hamdullāhi or Masina founded by cleric Amadu Lobbo, or Seku Amadu) p. 42 (Hamdullāhi, capital of Masina)
          • found: Ajayi, J.F.A. Hist. of W. Africa, 1971-1974:v. 1, index (Shehu Aḥmadu Lobbo see Seku Aḥmadu Lobbo) v. 2, p. 14 (Aḥmad Lobbo, 1775 or 6-1845)
          • found: Encyclopaedia Britannica online, August 9, 2019(Shehu Ahmadu Lobbo, Fulani Muslim leader; alternative titles: Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn Abū Bakr ibn Saʻīd, Ahmadu Hammadi Bubu, Ahmadu ibn Hammadi, Cheikou Ahmadu Lobbo, Cheikou Ahmadu Lobo, Hamad Bari, Seku Ahmadu Lobbo, Seku Ahmadu Lobo, Shehu Ahmadu Lobo; born 1775, died 1844; established a theocratic state in the Macina region of what is now Mali; influenced by the teachings of Islamic reformer Usman dan Fodio, he began a holy war (jihad) in 1818 or possibly as early as 1810; his rule extended to the cities of Timbuktu and Djenné)
          • found: Dubois. Tombouctou le mystérieuse, 1897:page 142 (Cheikou-Ahmadou; Cheikou Ahmadou; died in 1844)
          • found: Dubois, trans. Diana White. Timbuctoo the mysterious, 1969:page 135 (Ahmadou Lobo; Cheikou Ahmadou)
          • found: Tarikh El-Fettach, 1913:page xii (Sékou-Hamadou; wished to be known as the last of the twelve great caliphs predicted by Mahomet; he possibly had destroyed all copies of the Tarikh el-fettâch that were not revised, particularly the beginning part which discusses these prophecies)
          • found: Cahiers d'études africaines, année 1968, 31; Brown, William A. Toward a chronology for the Caliphate of Hamdullahi (Māsina), viewed online August 9, 2019:page 428 (Shaykh ʼAḥmad b. Muḥammad b.̣ Saʼid Lobbo, al-Māsinī) page 430 (Shaykh ʼAḥmad b. Muḥammad Lobbo, al-Māsinī; Shaykh ʼAḥmad)
          • found: Wikipedia, August 9, 2019(Seku Amadu; Fula: Seeku Aamadu, Aamadu Hammadi Buubu; Arabic: Shaykh Aḥmadu bin Muḥammadu Lobbo; French: Cheikhou Amadou or Sékou Amadou; c. 1776 - 20 April 1845; Fulbe founder of the Massina Empire (Diina of Hamdullahi) in the Inner Niger Delta, now the Mopti Region of Mali; ruled as Almami 1818 until his death in 1845, also taking the title Sise al-Masini)
          • found: Nobili, Mauro. Sultan, caliph and the renewer of the faith, 2020:ECIP title page (Ahmad Lobbo) page 18 (Aḥmad Lobbo; his full name appears in The Arabic Literature of Africa as Aḥmad b. Muḥammad Būbū b. Abī Bakr b. Saʻīd al-Fullānī; in the Middle Niger he is normally referred to as Seeku Aamadu, adaptation of the Arabic title "Shaykh" and name Aḥmad in Fulfulde; Aḥmad Lobbo is the most widespread form of the name in English literature on West African history) page 29 (member of the Sangaré-Bari sub-clan of the Fittoob̳e, and future caliph of Ḥamdallāhi) pages 32-34 (by May 1818 he emerged as the leader of a new state centered in Masina; by the mid-1820s, he had consolidated control over the southern Middle Niger and the plains between the Niger and the Bandiagara cliff; his capital, Ḥamdallāhi, was founded around 1821; he died in 1845; the caliphate that he founded lasted for almost half a century) page 82 (Cheikou Ahmadou (Aḥmad Lobbo)) page 83 (the Sheik, the Emir of the Faithful, Ahmadou ben Mohammed (Aḥmad Lobbo)) page 102 (Shaikh Aḥmad (Aḥmad Lobbo)) page 104 (Shehu Ahmadu (Aḥmad Lobbo)) pages 153-154 (amīr al-mu'minīn Aḥmad b. Muḥammad (the full name of Aḥmad Lobbo)) page 188 (little known about his early life, but the village of Malangal on the left bank of the Diaka River, northeast of today's Ténenkou, favored as likely site; birth date of 1189/1775-6 given by some sources, or around 1773; but a contemporary source gives death date of 1261/1845, age 71, pushing birth date back to 1190/1771-2) pages 193-194 (Kitāb al-Iḍṭirār, well known in West Africa, appears to be his only lengthy treatise) page 201 (especially well versed in jurisprudence (fiqh)) page 60 (Shékou Amadou) page 197 (Ahmadou Hammadi; Ahmadou Hammadi Boubou) page 291 (Aḥmad b. Muḥammad b. Abī Bakr)
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          • 1978-10-13: new
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