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  1. Al-Nasir li-Din Allah was the 34th Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad from 1180 until his death. His laqab literally means The Victor for the Religion of God. He attempted to restore the Caliphate to its ancient dominant role and achieved a surprising amount of success, despite the fact that the caliphate had long been militarily subordinated to other dynasties. He not only held Baghdad, but extended his dominion into Mesopotamia and Persia. According to the historian, Angelika Hartmann, Al-Nasir was the last effective Abbassid caliph.
    • also known as 阿布·阿拔斯·艾哈邁德·納賽爾·本·侯賽因, Al-Nasir li-din Allah, An-Nāsir li-Dīni 'llāh
    • born in (858 years ago)
    • religion: Islam
    • parent of Az-Zahir
    • died on (790 years ago)
  2. Al-Nasir a.k.a. Al Nasir is an actor.

There are other people with in their name, like Zidan al-Nasir, Al-Nasir Muhammad, Muhammad al-Nasir.

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by H. A. R. Gibb, E. van Donzel, P. J. Bearman, J. van Lent

Al-Nasir Hasan b. Muhammad b. Qala3un, the ...

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