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Al-Muzaffar III Mahmud

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Al-Muzaffar III Mahmud
Emir of Hama
PredecessorAl-Mansur Muhammad II
ReligionSunni Islam

Al Muzaffar III Mahmud was the Ayyubid emir of Hama from 1284–1300. He was the son of Al-Mansur Muhammad II whom he succeeded. Hama was at this time a tributary emirate of the Mamluk Sultanate.


Al Muzaffar took part in the siege of Acre in 1291, bringing a large mangonel from Krak des Chevaliers to support the assault on the city.[1] Although a few small Crusader enclaves survived, the fall of Acre marked the end of the Crusader period in Syria and thereafter Mamluks rule was unchallenged.

When he died in 1300 Hama was briefly under direct Mamluk rule, but in 1310 Al Muzaffar’s cousin Abu'l-Fida was made emir, and there was a final period of Ayyubid tributary rule in the city.[2]


  1. ^ Studies in Islamic History and Civilisation: In Honour of Professor David Ayalon , Cana Ltd. Jerusalem 1986 p.169
  2. ^ Khair T., Leer M., Edwards J.D. and Ziadeh H. (eds.) Other Routes: 1500 Years of African and Asian Travel Writing, Signal Books Ltd. Oxford 2006 p.148
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