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  1. Qutuz defeated the army of Hulagu Khan at the Battle of Ain Jalut in the year 1260, allowing him to regain all of Syria except for the Crusader strongholds. On the way back to Egypt after the battle, Qutuz died and was succeeded by another commander, Baybars , who assumed the sultanate and ruled from 1260 to 1277.

  2. Jalal ad-Din Mingburnu: The last Khwarzmian, He Defeated the mongols in the Battle of Parwan and was the father of Qutuz. Al-Nasir Abbasid Caliph and a military leader. Shams ud-Din Iltutmish: He conquered Multan and Bengal from contesting rulers, and Ranthambhore and Siwalik from their rulers.

  3. Baibars murders Qutuz and the Mamluks acclaim him sultan. 1261. John of Arsuf begins selling his estates to the Hospitallers. Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Jacques Pantaleon is elected as Pope Urban IV and is succeeded by William of Agen. September. Plaisance dies. Hugh II is still a minor, but his kin do not claim the regency in Jerusalem.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BaybarsBaybars - Wikipedia

    Baybars then sent 'Ala al-Din Taybars al-Waziri to discuss with Qutuz his return to Egypt, which was eagerly accepted. He was still a commander under sultan Qutuz at the Battle of Ain Jalut in 1260, when he decisively defeated the Mongols. After the battle, Sultan Qutuz (aka Koetoez) was assassinated while on a hunting expedition.

  5. Qutuz, Mamluk sultan of Egypt: June 14, 1800: Jean Baptiste Kléber, French general Suleiman al-Halabi: February 20, 1910: Boutros Ghali, Prime Minister of Egypt: Ibrahim Nassif al-Wardani November 19, 1924: Sir Lee Stack, Governor-General of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan: November 6, 1944

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ali_GomaaAli Gomaa - Wikipedia

    Career. Ali Gomaa was born in the Upper Egyptian province of Beni Suef on 3 March 1952 (7 Jumadah al-Akhirah 1371 AH).Gomaa is married and has three adult children. In person, Gomaa's appearance has been described as "tall and regal, with a round face and a trim beard."

  7. Baibars I (en turco, Baybars; en árabe, al-Malik al-Zahir Rukn al-Din Baibars al-Bunduqdari; 1223-1 de julio de 1277) fue un sultán mameluco de Egipto y Siria.De origen kipchak, fue hecho esclavo en Crimea, donde se había refugiado su tribu, en la década de 1240, y vendido en Alepo. [1]

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