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  • En 637, le général arabe Khalid ibn al-Walid conquit la Syrie face aux Byzantins. D'abord partie intégrante du califat omeyyade, puis abbasside, la ville d'Alep est confiée à partir du Xe siècle à des émirs qui se la transmettent héréditairement.
  • The rulers of Aleppo ruled as kings, Emirs and Sultans of the city and its region since the later half of the 3rd millennium BC, starting with the kings of Armi, followed by the Amorite dynasty of Yamhad, and ending with the Ayyubid dynasty which was ousted by the Mongol conquest in 1260.The rulers of Yamhad used the Titles of King and Great King, the Hittite dynasty monarchs used the titles of king and viceroy.The Emirate of Halab was established in 945 by the Hamdanid dynasty and lasted until 1086, when it was elevated to the rank of Sultanate under the Seljuq dynasty, the sultanate was sometimes ruled along with Damascus by the same sultan.The Artuqids rulers used the Titles of King (Malik) and Emir, so did the Zengid rulers in addition to the title Atabeg, while the Ayyubid monarchs used the titles of Sultan and MalikThe dates for Yamhad and the Hittite Dynasties are proximate and calculated by the Middle chronology.
  • Список правителей Алеппо.
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  • En 637, le général arabe Khalid ibn al-Walid conquit la Syrie face aux Byzantins. D'abord partie intégrante du califat omeyyade, puis abbasside, la ville d'Alep est confiée à partir du Xe siècle à des émirs qui se la transmettent héréditairement.
  • The rulers of Aleppo ruled as kings, Emirs and Sultans of the city and its region since the later half of the 3rd millennium BC, starting with the kings of Armi, followed by the Amorite dynasty of Yamhad, and ending with the Ayyubid dynasty which was ousted by the Mongol conquest in 1260.The rulers of Yamhad used the Titles of King and Great King, the Hittite dynasty monarchs used the titles of king and viceroy.The Emirate of Halab was established in 945 by the Hamdanid dynasty and lasted until 1086, when it was elevated to the rank of Sultanate under the Seljuq dynasty, the sultanate was sometimes ruled along with Damascus by the same sultan.The Artuqids rulers used the Titles of King (Malik) and Emir, so did the Zengid rulers in addition to the title Atabeg, while the Ayyubid monarchs used the titles of Sultan and MalikThe dates for Yamhad and the Hittite Dynasties are proximate and calculated by the Middle chronology.
  • Список правителей Алеппо.
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  • Liste des émirs d'Alep
  • List of rulers of Aleppo
  • Список правителей Алеппо
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