Al-Ashraf Sha'ban

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Shaban II copper fals, Hama. British Museum.

Al-Ashraf Sha'ban (Epithet: Al-Ashraf Zein al-Din Abu al-Ma'ali ibn Shaban), also Shaban II, was a Mamluk ruler of the Bahri dynasty from 1363 to 1377. He was a grandson of Al-Nasir Muhammad. He had two sons who succeeded him: al-Mansur Ali and al-Salih Hajji. Al-Ashraf was executed. [1]


Regnal titles
Preceded by
al-Mansur Muhammad
Mamluk Sultan
1363–1377
Succeeded by
al-Mansur Ali

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Williams, p.16-17 [1]

References[edit]

  • Caroline Williams, Richard Bordeaux Parker, Robin Sabin, Jaroslaw Dobrowolski, Ola Sei, Islamic Monuments in Cairo: The Practical Guide American Univ in Cairo Press, 2002 ISBN 977-424-695-0 ISBN 9789774246951