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Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193


  • [Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria (ca. 1137-1193) reigned between 1174 and 1193. He led Muslim forces against the Crusaders, recapturing Palestine from the Kingdom of Jerusalem.]
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    • Al-Ayubi, Salahudeen, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Ayubi, Salahudeen Al-, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Ayyūbī, Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Saladino, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Salah ad-Din Yusuf, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn al-Ayyūbī, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Salah al-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Salâhaddı̂n Eyyûbı̂, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Salahudeen Al-Ayubi, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • Selahdînê Eyûbî, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193
    • ‏ايّوبى، يوسف سلطان صلاح‌الدّين،‏ ‏سلطان مصر وسوريا,‏ ‏1137-1193.
    • السلطان صلاح الدين
    • سلاح الدين، سلطان مصر وسوريا
    • صلاح الدين
    • صلاح الدين الأيوبي
    • صلاح الدين الايوبي، سلطن مصر وسورية
    • صلاح الدين, سلطان مصر وسوريا, 1137-1193
    • صلاح الدين، 1193-1137
    • صلاح الدين، سلطان مصر والشام
    • صلاح الدين، سلطان مصر والشام، 1137-1193
    • صلاح الدين، سلطان مصر وسوريا
    • صلاح الدين، سلطان مصر وسوريا، 1193-1137
    • صلاح الدين، سلطان مصر وسورية
    • صلاح الدين، ملك مصر وسورية
    • Aĭi︠u︡biĭ, Salaḣ ad-din, 1193-1137
    • Айюби, Салах ад-дин, 1193-1137
    • Aĭi︠u︡biĭ, Saloḣiddin, 1193-1137
    • Айюби, Салoxиддин, 1193-1137
    • Ibn Ai︠u︡b, Salakh ad-din I︠U︡suf, 1193-1137
    • Ибн Айюб, Салах ад-дин Юсуф, 1193-1137
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1137?
    • Death Date

        1193-03-04
    • Birth Place

        Tikrīt, Iraq
    • Occupation

        Sultan
          Soldier
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      • Sources

        • found: Zaydān, J. 17 Ramaḍān ; al-Amīn wa-al-Maʼmūn ; Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn al-Ayyūbī, 1981:t.p. (Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn al-Ayyūbī)
        • found: Regan, G. Saladin and the fall of Jerusalem, c1987:CIP introd. (Salah ad-Din Yusuf)
        • found: Şeşen, R. Salâhaddı̂n Eyyûbı̂ ve devlet, 1987:t.p. (Salâhaddı̂n Eyyûbı̂)
        • found: Saladin, 2002:CIP galley (Salah al-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub; b. 1138)
        • found: Croce, V. La guerra santa del Saladino, 2000.
        • found: On for Islam! 2003:t.p. (Salahudeen Al-Ayubi)
        • found: Cankurd. Selahdînê Eyûbî, 2000.
        • found: Tārīk̲h̲-i Falast̤īn, 2009:t.p. (يوسف سلطان صلاح‌الدّين ايّوبى = Yūsuf Sult̤ān Ṣalāḥuddīn Ayyūbī)
        • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 27, 2010(Saladin; b. ca. 1138 in Tikrit, Iraq; d. Mar. 4, 1193 in Damascus, Syria; Sultan of Egypt and Syria; reigned between 1174 and 1193; led Muslims against the Crusaders, recapturing Palestine from the Kingdom of Jerusalem)
        • found: Britannica online, 1 January 2011(Saladin, Arabic in full Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb ("Righteousness of the Faith, Joseph, Son of Job"), also called al-Malik al-Nāṣir Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn Yūsuf I (b. 1137/38, Tikrīt, Mesopotamia [now in Iraq]; d. March 4, 1193, Damascus [now in Syria]), Muslim sultan of Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Palestine, founder of the Ayyūbid dynasty, and the most famous of Muslim heroes)
        • found: Saloḣiddin Aĭi︠u︡biĭ, 2018title page (Салoxиддин Айюби = Saloḣiddin Aĭi︠u︡biĭ)
        • found: Islamhouse.com, August 21, 2020:title ( Салах ад-дин Айюби = Salaḣ ad-din Aĭi︠u︡biĭ (1138 - 04.03.1193 года) Egyptiannsultan since 1175. Founder of Ai︠u︡b dynasty. He was leading a fight of muslims against Crusaders, and in 1164 as a major assistant of commander Nuraddin particpated in freeing Egypt from Crusaders. After death of Commander Nuraddin Салах ад-дин Юсуф ибн Айюб = Salakh ad-din I︠U︡suf ibn Ai︠u︡b leaded Arab army and fought with Crusaders and their states on Sacred Land - County of Edes, Principality of Antioch, Kingdom of Jerusalem, Tripoli County. Along with a title of Commander-in Chief of a Muslim Army Salakh ad-din received a power over the Egypt conquered by Arabs. In 1774 he founded a dynasty of Aĭi︠u︡bivs. He became afull-powered Sultan of Egypt - the biggest state in Arab world at that time)
      • General Notes

        • [Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria (ca. 1137-1193) reigned between 1174 and 1193. He led Muslim forces against the Crusaders, recapturing Palestine from the Kingdom of Jerusalem.]
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        • 1983-04-27: new
        • 2020-08-21: revised
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