Ridwan

Ridwan could refer to the following:

  • Ridwan (name) - Arabic given masculine name
  • Ridwan dynasty – Dynastic family that governed Gaza and various provinces througout the Ottoman Empire between the 16th-17th centuries
  • Fakhr al-Mulk Radwan - 12th-century Seljuk ruler of Aleppo

Other articles related to "ridwan":

Yaghi-Siyan
... When Tutush died in 1095, his sons, Ridwan and Duqaq, fought for control of Syria, claiming Aleppo and Damascus respectively ... Ridwan's claim to Aleppo was opposed by an alliance of Yaghi-Siyan, Ilghazi, and Duqaq ... Yaghi-Siyan disliked Ridwan's tutor Janah ad-Dawla more than he disliked Ridwan himself, and thus allied with Duqaq instead ...
Siege Of Antioch - First Siege - Spring
... Yaghi-Siyan had reconciled with Ridwan of Allepo and the advancing army was under his command ... In early February news reached the besiegers that Ridwan had taken nearby Harim where he was preparing to advance on Antioch ... On the morning of 9 February, Ridwan moved towards the Iron Bridge ...
Gaza - History - Ottoman Rule
... The Ridwan family, named after governor Ridwan Pasha, was the first dynasty to govern Gaza and would continue to rule the city for over a century ... Under Ahmad ibn Ridwan, the city became a cultural and religious center as a result of the partnership between the governor and prominent Islamic jurist Khayr al-Din al-Ramli, who was based in the nearby town of ... The Ridwan period is described as a golden age for Gaza, a time when it served as the virtual "capital of Palestine." The Great Mosque was restored, and six other mosques ...
Ghazza - History - Ottoman Rule
... The Ridwan family, named after governor Ridwan Pasha, was the first dynasty to govern Gaza and would continue to rule the city for over a century ... Under Ahmad ibn Ridwan, the city became a cultural and religious center as a result of the partnership between the governor and prominent Islamic jurist Khayr al-Din al-Ramli, who was based in the nearby town of al-Raml ... The Ridwan period is described as a golden age for Gaza, a time when it served as the virtual "capital of Palestine." The Great Mosque was restored ...