Al-Mundhir

al-Mundhir (arabischالمنذر‎, DMG al-Munḏir) († 888), sechster Emir von Córdoba (886–888)

Schon unter seinem Vater Muhammad I. war al-Mundir der bedeutendste Heerführer des Reiches gewesen und hatte in den letzten Lebensjahren seines Vaters schon die Regierung im Emirat von Córdoba geführt. 886 trat al-Mundir die Nachfolge seines Vaters an. Er verstärkte den Kampf vor allem gegen die Aufständischen unter Umar ibn Hafsun im Süden von Andalusien. Allerdings fiel er schon im Juli 888 bei der Belagerung des Festung Bobastro in der Nähe von Málaga. Nachfolger wurde sein jüngerer Bruder Abdallah.

Literatur

  • Arnold Hottinger: Die Mauren. Arabische Kultur in Spanien. Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1995. ISBN 3-7705-3075-6

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