Alavids


Alavids

dynasty) were also among generals of the Alavid dynasty who joined the Samanid army.

List of Alavid Amirs

*Hassan ibn Zeid "Da'i Kabir" "Great Missionary" (864-883)
*Mohammad ibn Zeid (883-900)
*Samanids capture Tabaristan Alavis flee to Gilan in exile (900-913)
*Hasan ibn Ali “Nasir Kabir” “"Great Defender"” (913-916)

Split of Alavis: Anti-Samanid & Pro-Samanid:

Anti-Samanids:

*Hassan ibn Qasim “Da’i Saqir” “"Young Misionary"” (916-928)

Pro-Samanids:

*Ahmad ibn Hassan “Nasir Kabir” (916-923)
*Jafar ibn Hasan “Nasir Kabir” (916-924)
*Mohammad ibn Ahmad (924-927)
*Hassan ibn Ahmad (927)

ee also

*History of Iran
*List of kings of Persia


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