- al-Musta'sim (Abbasid caliph), 1212 1258 the last ʿAbbāsid caliph in double click on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
- The 'Abbäsï Dynasty
- (34) Al Nasir (576-622/1180-1225). (35) Al Zahir (622-623/1225-1226). (36) Al Mustansir (623-640/1226-1242).
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- $590. 59842. ABBASID: al-Musta'sim, 1242-1258, AV dinar (7.
- ﺳﻼﻣﯾﺔ ﻹ اﻟﻣﺻطﻟﺣﺎت ا ﻣﻌﺟم ﻋرﺑﯽ – إﻧﺟﻟﯾزى
- Ikhshidids and the Fatimids. The Mongols destroyed the Abbasid. Caliphate and Al-Musta`sim, the last caliph, was killed by Hulegu.
- MUSLIM CALIPHS (from Wikipedia) 1. Patriarchal Caliphs (Medina
- ff). Al-Mustanjid (1160-1170) gg) Al-Mustadi (1170-1180) hh) An-Nasir (1180- 1225) ii). Az-Zahir (1225-1226) jj).
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- The first two pitches, I was out in front of them and I just stayed back, and drove the ball to center field," Almustasim said. "It went over the second fence. It went pretty far.
- The Caliphate: Its Rise, Decline, and Fall - From Original Sources
- Of Al-Musta'sim himself there is little to relate.
- al-Musta'sim (Abbasid caliph) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- al-Musta'sim (Abbasid caliph), 1212 1258 the last ʿAbbāsid caliph in Baghdad ( reigned 1242–58).
- British Museum - Dinar of Abdallah al-Musta'sim
- Object detail about a dinar of Abdallah al-Musta'sim.
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