Muhammad III as-Sadiq
Muhammad III as-Sadiq GCB (1813–1882) (Tunisian Arabic: محمد الصادق بن حسين, Muḥamad es-Sādiq bin Ḥusayn) was the ruler of Tunisia from 23 September 1859 to 28 October 1881, when he abdicated. He signed the Treaty of Bardo with France on 12 May 1881 signifying Tunisia as a French Protectorate.
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Muhammad II ibn al-Husayn
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23 September 1859 – 28 October 1881
Ali Muddat ibn al-Husayn
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