Idris al-Ma'mun

1186 - 1232

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Abu al-Ala Idris al-Ma'mun (Arabic: أبو العلا المأمون إدريس بن المنصور; Abū Al-`lā Al-Mā'mūn Idrīs ibn Al-Manṣūr; died 16 or 17 October 1232) was an Almohad rival caliph who reigned in part of the empire from 1229 until his death. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Idris al-Ma'mun has received more than 37,297 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Idris al-Ma'mun is the 8,336th most popular politician (up from 9,131st in 2019), the 761st most popular biography from Spain (up from 843rd in 2019) and the 260th most popular Spanish Politician.

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Among politicians, Idris al-Ma'mun ranks 8,336 out of 19,576Before him are Tapio Wirkkala, Ilyas Khoja, Mitja Ribičič, Soběslav I, Duke of Bohemia, Nikolai Kibalchich, and Ram Chandra Poudel. After him are Ghazi Mashal Ajil al-Yawer, Leopold, Prince of Salerno, Maaouya Ould Sid'Ahmed Taya, Antoine Pinay, Grand Duchess Catherine Mikhailovna of Russia, and Eugen Schauman.

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Among people born in 1186, Idris al-Ma'mun ranks 5Before him are Dagmar of Bohemia, Urraca of Castile, Queen of Portugal, Leszek the White, and Ermesinde, Countess of Luxembourg.  Among people deceased in 1232, Idris al-Ma'mun ranks 5Before him are Tolui, Michael Scot, Rudolf II, Count of Habsburg, and Peire de Montagut.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Idris al-Ma'mun ranks 761 out of 3,355Before him are Antonio de la Cruz (1947), Félix Candela (1910), Rossy de Palma (1964), Josep Maria Fusté (1941), Blanche of Navarre, Countess of Champagne (1177), and Chus Lampreave (1930). After him are Muhammad V of Granada (1339), Ramón Calderón (1951), Luis de Milán (1500), Antonio de Pereda (1611), Abd al-Rahman Sanchuelo (983), and Leopoldo Alas (1852).