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Mohammed esh-Sheikh es-Seghir

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Mohammed esh-Sheikh es-Seghir

Mohammed esh Sheikh es Seghir, by Adriaen Matham, 1640.

Mohammed esh Sheikh es Seghir (? – 30 January 1655) was the sultan of Morocco from 1636 to 1655. He was a son of sultan Zidan al-Nasir (r. 1603–1627). His portrait can be found in an engraving

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