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| [[wikipedia:Al-Mustansir Billah|Al-Mustansir Billah]] || Al-Mustansir Billah, the eight caliph of the Fatimid Caliphate, ruled for 60 years, making him the longest-reigning Muslim ruler. Despite the length of his rule, he had limited power restricted to only one region. Al-Mustansir Billah succeeded his father when he was only eight months. || High Middle Ages, 1066 AD || Egypt
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| Al-Mustansir Billah || Al-Mustansir Billah, the eight caliph of the Fatimid Caliphate, ruled for 60 years, making him the longest-reigning Muslim ruler. Despite the length of his rule, he had limited power restricted to only one region. Al-Mustansir Billah succeeded his father when he was only eight months. || High Middle Ages, 1066 AD || Egypt
 
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| [[wikipedia:Orhan|Sultan Orhan Ottoman]] || Orhan Gazi was the second bey of the Ottoman Sultanate. The name of the dynasty comes from Osman I, Orhan's father, while the realm he inherited was only a small principality during Osman's lifetime, transformed into a world empire in the centuries after his death. || Late Middle Ages, 1337 AD || Ottoman Turks
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| Sultan Orhan Ottoman || Orhan Gazi was the second bey of the Ottoman Sultanate. The name of the dynasty comes from Osman I, Orhan's father, while the realm he inherited was only a small principality during Osman's lifetime, transformed into a world empire in the centuries after his death. || Late Middle Ages, 1337 AD || Ottoman Turks
 
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| [[wikipedia:Suleiman ibn Qutulmish|Sultan Suleyman of Rum]] || Suleyman founded an independent Seljuq Turkish state in Anatolia and ruled as Seljuq Sultan of Rum. His father had struggled against Alp Arslan for the throne of Great Seljuq Empire. Suleyman fled with his three brothers after his father died, but only he alone survived the raids launched by Alp Arslan. || The Alexiad, 1081 AD || Rum
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| Sultan Suleyman of Rum || Suleyman founded an independent Seljuq Turkish state in Anatolia and ruled as Seljuq Sultan of Rum. His father had struggled against Alp Arslan for the throne of Great Seljuq Empire. Suleyman fled with his three brothers after his father died, but only he alone survived the raids launched by Alp Arslan. || The Alexiad, 1081 AD || Rum
 
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| [[wikipedia:Saladin|Sultan Saladin]] || Saladin, by order of his lord, was sent to Fatimid Egypt in 1164. In 1169, al-Adid appointed Saladin, a Sunni Muslim, as his vizier in the Isma'ili Shia caliphate. Saladin began to undermine the establishment, and when al-Adid died, he abolished the Fatimid Caliphate. || The Third Crusade, 1187 AD || Egypt
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| Sultan Saladin || Saladin, by order of his lord, was sent to Fatimid Egypt in 1164. In 1169, al-Adid appointed Saladin, a Sunni Muslim, as his vizier in the Isma'ili Shia caliphate. Saladin began to undermine the establishment, and when al-Adid died, he abolished the Fatimid Caliphate. || The Third Crusade, 1187 AD || Egypt
 
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