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- católicos. see also: history of syria muawiyah's personal dynasty, the 'sufyanids' (descendants of abu sufyan), reigned from 661 to 684, until his grandson
- the lineage of the umayyad dynasty from descendants of abu sufyan (the 'sufyanids') to those of hakam (the 'marwanids'), both of whom were grandsons of
- caliphate in 661, and transferred its capital to damascus, syria. the sufyanid branch to which muawiyah belonged ceased to exercise power following the
- his father yazid i as the third umayyad caliph and last caliph of the sufyanid line. he ruled briefly in 683/684 (64 ah) before he died. muawiya was
- for ali until the latter's death in 661. the sufyanids held basra until yazid i's death in 683. the sufyanids' first governor was umayyad ʿabdullah, a renowned
- with his sufyanid descendants, were tied to the kalb, the leading tribe of yaman, through marriage and military dependence. when the last sufyanid caliph
- the lineage of the umayyad dynasty from descendants of abu sufyan (the 'sufyanids') to those of hakam (the 'marwanids'), both of whom were grandsons of
- head sent to damascus. a pro-qaysi uprising in hims followed, under the sufyanid abu muhammad al-sufyani, but its march on damascus was decisively defeated