List of rulers of Mosul

This is a list of the rulers of the Iraqi city of Mosul .

Umayyad governorsEdit

Abbasid governorsEdit

  • Muhammad ibn Sawl: (750–751)
  • Yahya ibn Muhammad ibn Ali: (c. 751)
  • Ismail ibn Ali ibn Abdullah: (751–759)
  • Malik ibn al-Haytham al-Khuzai: (759–762)
  • Ja'far ibn Abu Jafar: (762–764)
  • Khalid ibn Barmak: (764–766)
  • Ismail ibn Abd Allah ibn Yazid: (768–770)
  • Yazid ibn Usayd ibn Zafir al-Sulami: (770)
  • Musa ibn Ka'b: (771–772)
  • Khalid ibn Barmak and Musa ibn Mus'ab: (772–775)
  • Ishaq ibn Sulayman al-Hashimi: (776)
  • Hassan al Sarawi: (776–777)
  • Abd al-Samad ibn Ali: (778)
  • Muhammed ibn al-Fadl: (779–780)
  • Ahmad ibn Ismail ibn Ali: (781–782)
  • Musa ibn Mus'ab: (782–783)
  • Hashim ibn Sa'id: (785)
  • Abd al-Malik ibn Salih: (785–787)
  • Ishaq ibn Muhammed: (787–778)
  • Saíd ibn al-Salm: (778–789)
  • Abd Allah ibn Malik: (789–791)
  • al-Hakam ibn Sulayman: (791)
  • Muhammed ibn al-Abbas al-Hashimi: (791–796)
  • Yahya ibn Sa'id al-Harazi: (796–797)
  • Harthama ibn A'yan: (798–802), with various deputies
  • Nadal ibn Rifa's: (804–805)
  • Khalid ibn Yazid ibn Hatim: (806)
  • Ali ibn Sadaqa ibn Dinar: (c. 806)
  • Muhammed ibn al-Fadl: (806–809)
  • Ibrahim ibn al-abbas: (809)
  • Khalid ibn Yazid: (810)
  • al-Muttalib ibn Abd Allah: (811)
  • al-Hasan ibn Umar: (812)
  • Tahir ibn Husayn: (813)
  • Ali ibn al-Hasan ibn Sailh : (814–817)
  • al-Sayyid ibn Anas : (817–826)
  • Muhammed ibn Humayd al-Tusi: (826–827)
  • Harun ibn Abu Khalid: (827)
  • Muhammed ibn al-Sayyid ibn Anas: (827–828)
  • Malik ibn Tawk: (829–831)
  • Mansur ibn Bassam: (c.834)
  • Abd Allah ibn al-Sayyid ibn Anas: (c. 838)
  • Akaba ibn Muhammad: (before 868)
  • Hasan ibn Ayyub: (before 868)
  • Abd Allah ibn Sulayman: (c. 868)
  • Musawir: Kharijite rebel, (868)
  • Azugitin: (873–874), with deputies
  • Khidr bin Ahmad: (c. 874)
    • Autonomous:
  • Ishaq ibn Kundaj: (879–891)
  • Muhammad ibn Ishaq ibn Kundaj: (891–892)
  • Ahmad ibn Isa al-Shaybani: (892–893)
  • Hamdan ibn Hamdun, rebel Hamdanid : (892–895)
  • Direct Abbasid control

Hamdanid emirsEdit

Uqaylid emirsEdit

Seljuk AtabegsEdit

Zengid emirsEdit

Lu'lu'id emirsEdit

Mongol GovernorsEdit

  • Mulay Noyan c. 1296–1312 [8]
  • Amīr Sūtāy 1312–1331/1332, Sutayid
  • Alī Pādshāh, Oirat 1332–1336
  • Ḥājī Ṭaghāy ibn Sūtāy 1336–c. 1342, Sutayid
  • Ibrahim Shah 1342–1347, Sutayid, nephew of Haji Taghay
  • To the house of Jalayirid of Baghdad 1340s–1383

JalayiridEdit

  • Bayazid 1382–1383
  • To the Horde of the Black Sheep 1383–1401
  • To the Timurid Empire 1401–1405
  • To the Horde of the Black Sheep 1405–1468
  • To the Horde of the White Sheep 1468–1508
  • To Persia 1508–1534
  • To the Ottoman Empire 1534–1623
  • To Persia 1623–1638
  • To the Ottoman Empire 1638–1917

Ottoman governorsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  6. ^ (Grousset 1934, pp. 697–9).
  7. ^ Bosworth, Clifford E., The New Islamic Dynasties:  A Chronological and Genealogical Manual, Columbia University Press, New York, 1996, pg. 193
  8. ^ http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/MSR_XI-2_2007-Wing.pdf