Al-Mundhir

Al-Mundhir
émir de Cordoue
vie : 844-888
règne : 886-888


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Abû al-Hakam al-Mundhir ben Muhammad ou Al-Mundhir (arabe : أبو الحكم المنذر بن محمد), est le fils de Muhammad Ier. Il est né en 844. Il a succédé à son père comme émir omeyyade de Cordoue en 886. Il est mort en 888.

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Encore héritier, il tenta de soumettre Omar Ben Hafsun et de mettre fin à sa rebellion, dans la province de Malaga, mais la mort de son père l'empécha de mener à bien cette expédition, à cause des troubles accasionés par la succession.

La situation en main, il tenta à nouveau de soumettre Omar, mais mourut pendant le siège de Bobastro.

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