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Who is Al-Muntasir?
Al-Muntasir was the Abbasid caliph in Baghdad from 861 to 862, during the "Anarchy at Samarra". His title means He that Triumphs in the Lord.
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by Thomas K. Park, Aomar Boum
abfi malik al-muntaSir b. al-yasa' . maymfin b. thaqiya, al-amir muHammad b. maymfin al-yasa' b. al-muntaSir b. al-yasa' wasfil, al-fatH aHmad b. maymfin b. thaqiya muHammd b. sarfi al-mu'tazz abfi-l-muntaSir b. al-mu'tazz al-muntaSir samgfi ...
by Hsain Ilahiane
Abū Mâlik al-Muntasir bri al-yasa' (d. 867) Maymūn bn Thaqiya, ...
by Ronald Bruce St John
Mahmud al-Muntasir was born ...
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