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King of Morocco

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This is the list of rulers of Morocco, including the historical precursors to the modern state. The common and formal titles of these rulers has varied, depending on the time period. Since 1957, the designation King has been used.

Idrisid dynasty

The first period of Fatimid overlordship lasted from 922 to 925.

The second period of Fatimid overlordship lasted from 927 to 937.

In 974, the Sultan Al-Hasan ben Kannun was defeated by Cordobese Umayyads. A period of Umayyad overlordship followed then.

Almoravid dynasty

Almohad dynasty

Marinid dynasty

Idrisid dynasty - Joutey branch

  • Muhammad ibn Ali Idrisi-Joutey (1465-1471)

Wattasid dynasty

Saadi dynasty

1603–1627: Succession war

1627–1659: Reunified rule

Alaouite dynasty

1666–1957: Alaouite sultans of Morocco Template:Succession table monarch

1957–Present: Alaouite kings of Morocco Template:Succession table monarch

See also

External links

  • The Alawi Dynasty Royal Ark

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