اۆچونجو عبدالرحمن

ویکی‌پدیا، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
پرش به ناوبری پرش به جستجو
Abd-ar-Rahman III
Amir al-Mu'minin[۱]
La civilització del califat de Còrdova en temps d'Abd-al-Rahman III.jpg
Abd-ar-Rahman III and his court in Medina Azahara, by Dionisio Baixeras Verdaguer.
15th خیلافت of اومویلر خیلافتی
1st خیلافت of کورداوفا خیلافتی
شاه‌لیق 16 January 929 – 15 October 961
Proclamation 16 January 929 (aged 38)[۲]
قاباقکی Himself as emir
واریث ایکینجی حکم
8th Emir of کورتوبا امیرلیگی
شاه‌لیق 16 October 912 – 16 January 929
Bay'ah 17 October 912 (aged 21)[۳]
قاباقکی Abdullah
واریث Emirate transformed as Caliphate
دوغوم ۷ ژانویهٔ ۸۹۱
کوردوبا (ایسپانیا)[۴]
اولوم ۱۵ اوْکتوبر ۹۶۱ میلادی (۷۰ یاش)[۵]
کوردوبا (ایسپانیا)[۶]
دفن Alcázar of Córdoba[۷]
Consort Fatima bint Al-Mundhir[۸]
Marjan[۹] or Murjan[۱۰] (favorite)
اوشاقلار Sons in order of birth according to Ibn Hazm:[۸]
ایکینجی حکم (son of Murjan)[۱۰]
Abd al-Aziz
Al-Asbagh
Ubayd Allah
Abd al-Jabbar
Abd al-Malik
Sulayman
Abdullah
Marwan
Al-Mundhir
Al-Mugira
کامیل آدی
Kunya: Abu al-Mutarrif[۵] (أبو المطرف)
Laqab: Al-Nasir Lideenillah[۱] (الناصر لدين الله)
Nasab: Abd-ar-Rahman ibn Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn Abd ar-Rahman ibn Al-Hakam ibn هشام بن عبد رحمن داخل ibn عبدالرحمن داخل ibn Muawiya ibn هشام بن عبدالملک ibn Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan ibn Al-Hakam ibn Abi al-'As ibn Umayya[۱۱][۱۲]
Dynasty Umayyad
آتا Muhammad ibn Abdullah
آنا Muzna (originally Maria?)[۱]
دین سونیلر (Maliki school)[۱۳]

اۆچونجو عبدالرحمن (اینگیلیسی‌جه: Abd-ar-Rahman III) اوموی خلیفه‌سی. ۱۶ ژانویه ۹۲۹۱۵ اوکتوبر ۹۶۱ ایل‌لر آراسیندا حؤکومت ائدیب و اؤزونون وفاتیندان سوْنرا ایکینجی حکم واریث کیمی تخت و تاجه صاحیب چیخیب.

قایناقلار[دَییشدیر]

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