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Encyclopedia > Ibrahim of Ummayyad

Ibrahim ibn Al-Walid was an Umayyad caliph. He only ruled for a short time in 744 before he abdicated, and went into hiding out of fear of his political opponents.

Preceded by:
Yazid III
Umayyad Leader Succeeded by:
Marwan II

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Arabic poetry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2006 words)
Singers who simply performed works included performed Ibrahim al-Mawsili, his son Ishaq al-Mawsili and Ibrahim ibn al-Mahdi son of caliph al-Mahdi.
The more settled, comfortable and luxurious life in Ummayyad courts led to a greater emphasis on the ghazal or love poem.
Chief amongst this new breed of poet was Abu Nuwas.
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