Almohad Caliphate

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Almohad dynasty
الموَحدون (Al-Muwaḥḥidūn) (in Arabic)
ⵉⵎⵡⴻⵃⵃⴷⴻⵏ (Imweḥḥden) (in Berber)
1121–1269
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The Almohad empire at its greatest extent, c. 1180-1212.[1][2]
The Almohad empire at its greatest extent, c. 1180-1212.[1][2]
Status Rulin dynasty o Morocco an Al-Andalus
Caliphate
Caipital Tinmel
(1121–1147)
Marrakesh
(1147–1269)[3]
Releegion Sunni Islam
Govrenment Monarchy
Caliph  
• 1121–1130
Abd al-Mu'min
• 1266–1269
Abu al-Ula al-Wathiq Idris
History  
• Established
1121
• Almoravids owerthrown
1147
• Marinid suzerainty
1248
• Disestablished
1269
Aurie
1,621,393.5 km2 (626,023.5 sq mi)
Currency Dinar[4]
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Almoravid dynasty
Hammadid kinrick
Second Taifas period
Marinid dynasty
Hafsid dynasty
Kinrick o Tlemcen
Third Taifas period
Kinrick o Castile
Kinrick o Aragon
Kinrick o Portugal
Kinrick o Leon
The day pairt o  Algerie
 Gibraltar
 Libie
 Morocco
 Portugal
 Spain
 Tunisie
 Wastren Sahara

The Almohad Dynasty (Berber leids: Imweḥḥden, frae Arabic الموحدون al-Muwaḥḥidun, "the monotheists" or "the unitarians") wis a Moroccan[5][6] Berber-Muslim dynasty foondit in the 12t century that established a Berber state in Tinmel in the Atlas Muntains in roughly 1120.[7]

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  1. http://www.qantara-med.org/qantara4/public/show_carte.php?carte=carte-05&lang=en
  2. http://www.qantara-med.org/qantara4/public/show_carte.php?carte=carte-06&lang=en
  3. Le Moyen Âge, XIe- XVe siècle, par Michel Kaplan & Patrick Boucheron. p.213, Ed. Breal 1994 (ISBN 2-85394-732-7)[1]
  4. (in French) P. Buresi, La frontière entre chrétienté et islam dans la péninsule Ibérique, pp.101-102. Ed. Publibook 2004 (ISBN 9782748306446)
  5. B. Lugan, Histoire du Maroc, ISBN 2-262-01644-5
  6. Concise Encyclopaedia of World History, by Carlos Ramirez-Faria, pp.23&676 [2]
  7. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/16820/Almohads