Al-Nu'man II ibn al-Aswad
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Al-Nu'man II ibn al-Aswad (Arabic: النعمان بن الأسود) was the tenth Lakhmid king, reigning in 497–503 AD. His mother was Umm al-Mulk bint 'Amr ibn Hajar al-Kindi, the sister of al-Harith ibn 'Amru, the celebrated Kindite prince.
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