Yahya ibn Muhammad (Arabic: يحيى بن محمد‎) was the fifth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. A son of the previous sultan, Muhammad ibn Idris, he took over the rule in Morocco after the death of his heirless uncle Ali I in 848. During his rule, which saw no significant conflicts, he settled in Fes numerous immigrants from Al-Andalus and Ifriqiya, which had been expelled after revolting against the Umayyad and Aghlabids respectively. He also commissioned several construction projects in the city, including the mosques of Al-Karaouine and of al-Andalus (859).

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  • Yahya ibn Muhammad (Arabic: يحيى بن محمد‎) was the fifth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. A son of the previous sultan, Muhammad ibn Idris, he took over the rule in Morocco after the death of his heirless uncle Ali I in 848. During his rule, which saw no significant conflicts, he settled in Fes numerous immigrants from Al-Andalus and Ifriqiya, which had been expelled after revolting against the Umayyad and Aghlabids respectively. He also commissioned several construction projects in the city, including the mosques of Al-Karaouine and of al-Andalus (859). He died in 864, aged around 35. He was succeeded by his son Yahya II ibn Yahya. (en)
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  • Yahya ibn Muhammad (Arabic: يحيى بن محمد‎) was the fifth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. A son of the previous sultan, Muhammad ibn Idris, he took over the rule in Morocco after the death of his heirless uncle Ali I in 848. During his rule, which saw no significant conflicts, he settled in Fes numerous immigrants from Al-Andalus and Ifriqiya, which had been expelled after revolting against the Umayyad and Aghlabids respectively. He also commissioned several construction projects in the city, including the mosques of Al-Karaouine and of al-Andalus (859). (en)
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