- ʿAbdullāh al-Mansūr, a.d. 712?–775, Arab caliph 754–775: founder of Baghdad 764.
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Mansur could now give his mind to the founding of the new capital.
But from 758 till 763 Mansur was so occupied with his own affairs that he could not think of further raids.
Mamun was a man of rare qualities, and one of the best rulers of the whole dynasty after Mansur.
- Abu Ja'far al- (ˈæbuː ˈdzæfə ˈæl). 712–75 ad, 2nd caliph of the Abbasid dynasty (754–75). He founded Baghdad (762) and made it the Islamic capital
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