List of rulers of Morocco

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King of Morocco
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Incumbent
King Mohammed VI.jpg
Mohammed VI
since 23 July 1999
Details
StyleHis Majesty
Heir apparentPrince Moulay Hassan
First monarch
Formation
  • 789 (Idrisid dynasty)
  • 1666 (Alaouite dynasty)
ResidenceDar al-Makhzen, Rabat
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This is the list of rulers of Morocco, since the establishment of the first Moroccan state in 789. The common and formal titles of these rulers has varied, depending on the time period. Since 1957, the title King has been used.

Idrisid dynasty[change | change source]

The first period of Fatimid overlordship lasted from 922 to 925.

The second period of Fatimid overlordship lasted from 927 to 937.

In 974, the Sultan Al-Hasan ben Kannun was defeated by Cordobese Umayyads. A period of Umayyad overlordship followed then.

Almoravid dynasty[change | change source]

Almohad uprising started in 1145

Almohad dynasty[change | change source]

Marinid overlordship, from 1248 until the fall of the Almohads in 1269

  • Umar (1248–1266) - based in Marrakech, with local power only
  • Idris II (1266–1269) - in Marrakech, with local power only

Marinid dynasty[change | change source]

Idrisid interlude[change | change source]

Wattasid dynasty[change | change source]

Saadi dynasty[change | change source]

1603–1627: Succession war

1627–1659: Reunified rule

Dila'i interlude[change | change source]

Alaouite dynasty[change | change source]

1666–1957: Alaouite sultans of Morocco Template:Succession table monarch

1957–Present: Alaouite kings of Morocco Template:Succession table monarch

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