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125 A p p e n d i x Genealogies The Muslim Caliphs The Four Rashidun or, The Four Rightly Guided Caliphs Abu Bakr, 632–34`Umar ibn `Abd al-Khattab, 634–44`Uthman ibn `Affan, 644–56`Ali ibn Abi Talib, 656–61 The Umayyad Dynasty Mu`awiya ibn Abi Sufyan I, 661–80 Yazid I, 680–83 Mu`awiya II, 683–84 Marwan I, 684–85`Abd al-Malik, 685–705`Al-Walid I, 705–15 Sulayman, 715–17`Umar ibn `Abd al-`Aziz, 717–20 Yazid II, 720–24 Hisham, 724–43 Al-Walid II, 743–44 Yazid III, 744 Ibrahim, 744 Marwan II, 744–50 Establishment of `Abbasid Dynasty, 750 126 Appendix The Shi`i Imams Appendix 127 Àbd al-Muttalib Àbdullah Abu Talib MUHAMMAD Fatima = 1. Àli (d. 661) i/2. al-Hasan (d. 669) ii/3. al-Husayn (d. 680) iii/4. Àli Zayn al- Àbidin (d. 714) Zayd (d. 740) iv/5. Muhammad al-Baqir (d. 731) v/6. Ja f̀ar al-Sadiq (d. 765) vi. Isma ail (d. 760) 7. Musa al-Kazim (d. 799) vii. Muhammad al-Mahdi 8. Àli al-Rida (d. 818) 9. Muhammad al-Jawad (d. 835) Fatimid caliphs 10. Àli al-Hadi (d. 868) 11. Hasan al- Àskari (d. 874) Nizari imams 12. Muhammad al-Muntazar Arabic numerals indicate the line of succession recognized by the Twelver Shi ìtes. Roman numerals indicate the line recognized by the Isma ìlis. Adapted from Albert Hourani, A History of the Arab Peoples (Belknap Press, 2003). The Family of the Prophet 128 Appendix Àbd Manaf Àbd Shams Hashim Umayya Àbd al-Muttalib al- Àbbas Àbdullah Abu Talib Umayyad caliphs MUHAMMAD Àbbasid caliphs Fatima = Àli Shi ì Imams ...


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