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Yahya ibn Yahya

Yahya II
يحيى الثاني
Sultan of Morocco
Reign 864-874
Predecessor Yahia I ibn Muhammad
Successor Ali II
Full name
Yahia II ibn Yahia
Dynasty Idrisid
Religion Zaydi Shia Islam

Yahya II ibn Yahya (Arabic: يحيى الثاني بن يحيى‎) was the sixth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. He took over after the death of his father Yahya I in 864. He died in 874.[1]


  1. ^ The formation of the Sunni schools of law, 9th-10th centuries C.E. By Christopher Melchert. p 158.
Preceded by
Yahya I
Idrisid dynasty
Succeeded by
Ali II

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