Ayyubid dynasty

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Ayyubid Sultanate

ایوبیان
الأيوبيون
1171–1260a
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Ayyubid Sultanate (in pink) efter Saladin's daith in 1193
Ayyubid Sultanate (in pink) efter Saladin's daith in 1193
CaipitalCairo (1174–1250)
Common leidsArabicb
Releegion
Sunni Islam
GovrenmentSultanate (principality confederation)
Sultan 
• 1174–1193
Saladin (first)
• 1193–1198
Al-Aziz
• 1198–1200
Al-Mansur
• 1200–1218
Al-Adil I
• 1218–1238
Al-Kamil
• 1238–1240
Al-Adil II
• 1240–1249
As-Salih Ayyub
• 1250–1254
Al-Ashraf
History 
• Established
1171
• Disestablished
1260a
Aurie
1190 est.[1]2,000,000 km2 (770,000 sq mi)
Population
• 12t century
7,200,000 (estimate)c
CurrencyDinar
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Fatimid Caliphate
Zengid dynasty
Kinrick o Jerusalem
Mamluk Sultanate (Cairo)
The day pairt o Egyp
 Iraq
 Israel
 Jordan
 Lebanon
 Libie
 Palestine
 Saudi Arabie
 Sudan
 Sirie
 Tunisie
 Turkey
 Yemen
a A branch o the Ayyubid dynasty ruled Hisn Kayfa till the early 16t century.
b
cThe tot population o the Ayyubid territories is unkent. This population figur anly includes Egyp, Sirie, northren Iraq, Palestine an Transjordan. Ither Ayyubid territories, includin Yemen, the Hejaz, Nubie an eastern Libie are nae includit.

The Ayyubid dynasty (Arabic: الأيوبيونal-Ayyūbīyūn; Kurdish: دووگەلی ئەییووبی Dûgela Eyûbiyan; Turkis: Eyyûbîler) wis a Muslim dynasty o Kurdish origin,[2][3][4] foondit bi Saladin an centred in Egyp.

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