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Abu Bakr ibn Faris

Abu Bakr ibn Faris, Abu Yahya
Sultan of Morocco
Reign 1358–1359
Predecessor Muhammad II ibn Faris
Successor Ibrahim ibn Ali
Dynasty Marinid
Religion Muslim

Abu Bakr ibn Faris, Abu Yahya, was Marinid Sultan of Morocco from 1358 to 1359.[1]

Abu Bakr ibn Faris assumed the throne in 1358 in succession to Muhammad II ibn Faris. He was in turn succeeded

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