Muhammad ibn Abbas
|Muhammad ibn Abbas|
|Malik of the Ghurid dynasty|
|Predecessor||Abbas ibn Shith|
|Successor||Qutb al-din Hasan|
|Issue||Qutb al-din Hasan|
|Father||Abbas ibn Shith|
Muhammad ibn Abbas (Persian: محمد بن عباس) was the king of the Ghurid dynasty. He succeeded his father Abbas ibn Shith in 1060, after the latter was deposed by the Ghaznavid sultan Ibrahim. When Muhammad ascended the throne, he agreed to pay tribute to the Ghaznavids. Not much is known about him, he was succeeded by his son Qutb al-din Hasan.
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Abbas ibn Shith
|Malik of the Ghurid dynasty
Qutb al-din Hasan
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