Abdallah of Morocco

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Moulay Abdallah
King of Morocco
Reign 1729 – 1734
Predecessor Abu'l Abbas Ahmad II
Successor Ali
Reign 1736
Predecessor Abdalmalik
Successor Mohammed II
Born 1678
Morocco
Died 10 November 1757
Dar Debibagh
House Alaouite dynasty
Father Ismail Ibn Sharif

Moulay Abdullah[1] (also spelt Mulay Abdallah or Abdellah), known fully as Sultan 'Abu Abbas Mulay 'Abdu'llah bin Ismail as-Samin (1694 – 10 November 1757) was the Sultan of Morocco in the years 1729–1734, 1736, 1740–1741, 1741–1742, 1743–1747 and 1748–1757.[2]

He was born after 1678 as a son of Ismail Ibn Sharif. He ascended the throne numerous times, fighting his brothers. Proclaimed respectively 5 March 1729 (deposed 28 September 1734), 14 February/23 May 1736 (deposed again 8 August 1736), February 1740, (deposed again on 13 June 1741), 24 November 1741 (deposed once more on 3 February 1742), May 1743 (deposed 1747) October 1748. He died on 10 November 1757 at Dar Iddibibag (Debibagh), a fortified palace he built in 1729.[3]

Preceded by
Abu'l Abbas Ahmad II
Sultan of Morocco
1729–1734
Succeeded by
Ali of Morocco
Preceded by
Ali of Morocco
Sultan of Morocco
1736
Succeeded by
Mohammed II of Morocco

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ibp, Usa; USA, International Business Publications (2006-04-01). Morocco Country Study Guide. Int'l Business Publications. p. 88. ISBN 9780739715147. 
  2. ^ Woodacre, E. (2013-12-18). Queenship in the Mediterranean: Negotiating the Role of the Queen in the Medieval and Early Modern Eras. Springer. p. 229. ISBN 9781137362834. 
  3. ^ Aubin, Eugène (2004). Le Maroc dans la tourmente: 1902-1903 (in French). Eddif. p. 377. ISBN 9789981896482.