| Grand Sultan of the Mashriq|
سلطان الكبرى في المشرق
since Declaration of Unification
|Style:||His Imperial and Most High Majesty|
|First monarch:||Ahmed-ad-Din Yusuf|
|Formation:||Muharram 1, 848 AH |
April 20, 1444 AD
|Residence:||Garden Palace, Gezira Island, Cairo|
|Titles:||Most Holy Grand Sultan of Egypt, Syria, Arabia and Nubia and of Baghdad and Mesopotamia|
For the predecessors, see the Sultans of the Mamluk Sultanate.
His Imperial and Most High Majesty, Sultan al-Salatin and Emir al-Umara Ahmed-ad-Din Yusuf; Protector of the Holy Cities of Jersusalem, Mecca, Medina, and Cairo; Grand Sultan of Egypt, Syria, Arabia and Nubia; Most Holy Sultan of Baghdad and Mesopotamia; Guardian of the Nile, the Tigris and the Euphrates; Defender of the Caliph and the True Muslims of Arabia; highest Commander of the Mamluks, arquebusiers, and Imperial Cavalry; and Heir of the Burji, Jalayirid. and Hafsid Dynasties.
List of Grand Sultans