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Sharīf al-Dīn Abu Ali Muḥammad ibn Sana' al-Mulk As'ad ibn Ali al-Jawwani (Arabic: شريف الدين أبوعلي محمد بن سناء الملك أسعد بن علي الجوّاني‎, 1131–1192) better known as Al-Jawwani, was a 12th-century Arab Egyptian historian and genealogist. Born in Cairo to a family of Husaynid descent (descendants of Husayn) and he was known by the honorific title al-Sharif. Al-Jawwani's father who were originally from Mosul, immigrated west where he settled in Cairo, which at the time was the capital city of the Fatimid Caliphate, and he reached a high status at the Fatimid court. Al-Jawwani followed his father's footsteps and also served the Fatimids, in particularly holding the position of Naqib al-ashraf.

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