'Abdallah ibn 'Ubaydallah ibn al-'Abbas

Abdallah ibn Ubaydallah ibn al-Abbas
عبد الله بن عبيد الله بن العباسي
Abbasid Governor of Yemen
In office
832–833
Monarchal-Ma'mun
Preceded byIshaq ibn al-Abbas ibn Muhammad al-Hashimi
Succeeded byAbbad ibn al-Ghamr al-Shihabi
Amir al-hajj
(first term)
In office
828
Monarchal-Ma'mun
Amir al-hajj
(second term)
In office
829
Monarchal-Ma'mun
Amir al-hajj
(third term)
In office
830
Monarchal-Ma'mun
Amir al-hajj
(fourth term)
In office
831
Monarchal-Ma'mun
Amir al-hajj
(fifth term)
In office
832
Monarchal-Ma'mun
Personal details
RelationsAbbasid dynasty
ParentsUbaydallah ibn al-Abbas al-Hashimi

Abdallah ibn Ubaydallah ibn al-Abbas al-Hashimi (Arabic: عبد الله بن عبيد الله بن العباسي الهاشمي‎) was a ninth century Abbasid personage and governor of the Yemen.

Career[]

A minor member of the Abbasid dynasty, being a second cousin of the caliphs al-Hadi (r. 785–786) and Harun al-Rashid (r. 789–809),[1] Abdallah was appointed governor of the Yemen by al-Ma'mun (r. 813–833), and he arrived in Sana'a in ca. 832. He remained governor until the death of al-Ma'mun in 833, at which point he decided to place Abbad ibn al-Ghamr al-Shihabi in charge of the province and departed for Iraq.[2]

Abdallah was also a frequent leader of the pilgrimage, having led the annual events of 828, 829, 831, and possibly 832.[3]

Notes[]

  1. ^ Al-Tabari 1985–2007, v. 30: p. 56 n. 223.
  2. ^ Al-Mad'aj 1988, p. 215; Van Arendonk 1919, p. 103; Bikhazi 1970, pp. 29–30.
  3. ^ Al-Tabari 1985–2007, v. 32: pp. 177, 180, 186, 190; Khalifah ibn Khayyat 1985, pp. 474–75.

References[]

Political offices
Preceded by
Ishaq ibn al-Abbas ibn Muhammad al-Hashimi
Abbasid governor of the Yemen
832–833
Succeeded by
Abbad ibn al-Ghamr al-Shihabi