Yusuf II of Granada

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Yusuf II (died 1392) was the eleventh Nasrid ruler of the Moorish Emirate of Granada in Al-Andalus on the Iberian Peninsula.

Yusuf II
Sultan of Granada
Reign1391 – 1392
PredecessorMuhammad V of Granada
SuccessorMuhammad VII of Granada
Bornunknown
Died3 October 1392
DynastyNasrides
FatherMuhammad V of Granada
Religionislam

By his first wife (name unknown) he was father of:

  • Yusuf III, Sultan of Granada, born circa 1356.

By his second wife (name unknown) he was father of:

  • Muhammad VII, Sultan of Granada, born circa 1377 and died 1408.

By his third wife, whom he married in the late 1370s and is identified in a contemporary Christian chronicle as 'Jadiya' daughter of Abu al-Abbas Ahmad II, Caliph of Ifriqiya, he was apparently father of:

  • Ismail III, Sultan of Granada, died 1450.
  • Ali, born before 1385, father of Sa'ad, Sultan of Granada.
  • Ahmad, born before 1385, married his cousin Fatima and was father of Yusuf V (El Cojo), Sultan of Granada.

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Yusuf II of Granada
Cadet branch of the Banu Khazraj
 Died: 1392
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Muhammad V
Sultan of Granada
1391–1392
Succeeded by
Muhammad VII