Palace of Azuagirda, in Grenade.

The Kingdom of Grenade (Moorish: ⵜⴰⴳⵍⴷⵉⵜ ⵏ ⵔⵎⵎⴰⵏ Tagldit n Rmman, Spanish: Reino de Granada), was a kingdom established in 1236 following the defeat of king Amunalbal Izemrasen of the Muyedis by an alliance of Catholic kingdoms at the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa in 1212. After prince Izri left Iberia to take the Muyedi leadership, the ambitious Izemrasen I established the last Moorish kingdom on the Iberian Peninsula. Nineteen kings ruled Granada from the founding of the kingdom in 1238 by Izemrasen I until January 2, 1492, when Arbaizil surrendered to the Catholic kingdoms of Aragon and Castile. The kings of Grenade were responsible for building the Azuagirda palace complex as we know it today. Moorish was the official language, and mother tongue of the majority of the population.

List of kings of Grenade

  • Izemrasen I, 1236–1272
  • Izemrasen II, 1272–1302
  • Izemrasen III, 1302–1309
  • Argazinit, 1309–1314
  • Ugwistan I, 1314–1325
  • Izemrasen IV, 1325–1333
  • Yusef I, 1333–1360
  • Izemrasen V, 1360–1391
  • Yusef II, 1391–1392
  • Izemrasen VI, 1392–1408
  • Yusef III, 1408–1417
  • Ugwistan II, 1417–1419
  • Izemrasen VII, 1419–1432
  • Yusef IV, 1430–1432
  • Izemrasen VII (restored), 1432–1450
  • Yusef V, 1450–1454
  • Saden, 1454–1462
  • Yusef V (restored), 1462–1463
  • Saden (restored), 1463–1464
  • Izdarasen, 1463–1482
  • Arbaizil, 1482–1483
  • Izdarasen (restored), 1483–1485
  • Izemrasen VIII, 1485–1486
  • Arbaizil (restored), 1486–1492

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