Al-Mansur Ali ( Arabic: المنصور على, epithet: al-Malik al-Manṣūr Nūr ad-dīn ʾAlī ibn Aybak, Arabic: الملك المنصور نور الدين على بن أيبك) (b. c. 1242, Cairo) was the second of the Mamluk Sultans of Egypt in the Turkic, or Bahri, line. Some historians, however, consider Shajar al-Durr as the first of ...
Al-Mansur Ali I (1738 – 25 October 1809) was an Imam of Yemen who ruled in 1775–1809. He belonged to the Qasimid family, descended from the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, which dominated the Zaidi imamate in 1597–1962. Contents 1 Early reign 2 The Wahhabi movement 3 The end of the reign 4 See also 5 References Early reign [ edit]
Al-Mansur Aliis the 6,542ndmost popular politician(down from 6,433rd in 2019), the 273rdmost popular biography from Egypt(down from 270th in 2019)and the 137thmost popular EgyptianPolitician. Memorability Metrics 56k Page Views (PV) 66.11 Historical Popularity Index (HPI) 21 Languages Editions (L) 5.72 Effective Languages (L*) 2.21
Al-Mansur Ali was a figurehead, with real power being held by the senior emirs, most prominently Barquq. Al-Mansur Ali died about four years into his reign and was succeeded by his younger brother, as-Salih Hajji, although real power was still held by Barquq, who usurped the throne in 1382. Biography [ edit]
Al-Mansur Ali المنصور على Gold dinar of al-Mansur Nur ad-Din Ali Sultan of Egypt Reign 1257–1259 Predecessor Izz al-Din Aybak Successor Saif ad-Din Qutuz Born Ali c.1242 Cairo Full name Al-Malik Al-Manṣūr Nūr ad-dīn ʾAlī ibn Aybak الملك المنصور نور الدين علي بن أيبك Era name and dates Bahri Mamluks: 1250, 1254–1382, 1389 Father Aybak Religion
al-Mansur Ali (1225-) was the Sultan of the Bahri Sultanate of Egypt from 1257 to 1259, succeeding Aybak and preceding Qutuz . Biography al-Mansur Ali was born in 1225, the second son of Sultan Aybak of the mamluk Bahri Sultanate of Egypt.
Modern historians regard Al-Mansur as the real founder of the Abbasid Caliphate, one of the largest polities in world history, for his role in stabilizing and institutionalizing the dynasty.  : 265 Contents 1 Background and early life 2 Caliphate 3 Execution of Abu Muslim and aftermath 4 Foundation of Baghdad 5 Islamic scholars under him