Muhammad Ali Dynasty
The Muhammad Ali dynasty (Arabic: أسرة محمد علي‎ Usrat Muhammad 'Ali; Albanian: Dinastia e Muhamed (Mehmet) Ali Pashës; Turkish: Mehmet Ali Paşa Hanedanı) was the ruling dynasty of Egypt and...
Muhammad Ali Dynasty - Wikipedia
Faiza Rauf
Faiza Fuad Rauf (Persian: شاهدخت فايزة ‎, Arabic: الأميرة فايزة بنت فؤاد الأول‎) (5 (8 November 1923 - 9 June 1994) was an Egyptian princess and a member of the Muhammad Ali Dynasty.<...
Tlepolemus (regent of Egypt)
Tlepolemus was regent of Egypt in the Ptolemaic period under the reign of the boy-king Ptolemy V. He was briefly prominent at the end of the 3rd century BC; his dates of birth and death are not known....
Fawzia Fuad of Egypt
Fawzia Fuad of Egypt (Arabic: الأميرة فوزية فؤاد‎, Persian: شاهدخت فوزیه فؤاد‎; 5 November 1921 – 2 July 2013) was an Egyptian princess who became Queen of Iran as the first wife of Mo...
Fawzia Fuad of Egypt - Wikipedia
Narriman Sadek
Narriman Sadek (Arabic: ناريمان صادق or Nariman Sadiq) (31 October 1933 – 16 February 2005) was the daughter of Hussain Fahmi Sadiq Bey, a high-ranking official in the Egyptian government, and ...
Narriman Sadek - Wikipedia
Nazli Sabri
Nazli Sabri (Arabic: نزلي صبري / نازلى صبرى‎; Turkish: Nazlı Sabri) (25 June 1894 – 29 May 1978) was Queen of Egypt from 1919 to 1936 as the second wife of King Fuad.
Nazli was born ...
Nazli Sabri - Wikipedia
Hassan Aziz Hassan
Hassan Aziz Hassan (Arabic: حسن عزيز حسن, also known as Hassan Hassan; February 22, 1924 – April 17, 2000) was an Egyptian prince. He was one of the last surviving members of the Muhammad Ali Dynasty ...
Imperial Firman of 27 May 1866
The Imperial Firman Relative to Hereditary Succession was a firman (i.e., decree) issued by the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdülaziz on 27 May 1866 at the request of Isma'il Pasha, the wāli (i.e. go...
Military history of Egypt during World War II
In 1882 Egypt became a de facto British colony. This continued until 1922 when Egypt was granted its independence, but British troops remained around the Suez Canal zone. True self-rule did not begin ...
Military history of Egypt during World War II - Wikipedia
Muhammad Ali Dynasty family tree
The Muhammad Ali Dynasty ruled Egypt without interruption from Muhammad Ali's seizure of power in 1805 until the proclamation of the Republic in 1953. Eleven individuals (all of them men) ruled Egypt ...
Fatima Al Zahraa Haider
Fatima Al Zahraa Haider, the aughter of Zeinab Fahmy and Prince Ali Heidar Shannassi, who was a great-great-great grandchild of Muhammad Ali Pasha through his son Ibrahim Pasha. Noble Fatma Al-Zahra' ...
Mahmud Dramali Pasha
Mahmud Pasha, called Dramalı (Greek: Μαχμούτ πασάς Δράμαλης, Drama ca. 1780 - Corinth, 26 October 1822) was a Beyzade, an Ottoman Vizier, Serdar-ı Ekrem, Pasha and governor (Wali) of Larissa, Dra...
Mahmud Dramali Pasha - Wikipedia
Mohammed Ali Tewfik
Prince Mohammed Ali Tewfik (Arabic: محمد علي توفيق‎) (November 9, 1875 - March 18, 1955) was the heir presumptive of Egypt and Sudan from 1892-1899 and 1936-1952.
He was the son of Khed...
Mohammed Ali Tewfik - Wikipedia
Farouk of Egypt
Farouk I of Egypt (Arabic: فاروق الأول ‎ Fārūq al-Awwal, Turkish: I. Faruk) (11 February 1920 – 18 March 1965) was the tenth ruler from the Muhammad Ali Dynasty and the last King of Egyp...
Farouk of Egypt - Wikipedia
Muhammad Ali, Prince of the Sa'id
Muhammad Ali, Prince of the Sa'id (born 5 February 1979) is the heir apparent to the abolished thrones of Egypt and Sudan.He is the grandson of King Farouk of Egypt and Queen Narriman, and the elder s...
Al Musafir Khana Palace
The Musafir Khana Palace also known as the Musafirkana Palace was built in Cairo, Egypt between 1779 and 1788 by Mahmud Muharram; a wealthy merchant. Muhammad Ali Pasha bought the palace in early 19t...
Sherif Sabri Pasha
Sherif Sabri Pasha (Arabic: شريف صبري باشا‎) was the brother of Nazli Sabri, Queen consort of Egypt. He was thus the maternal uncle of Nazli's son King Farouk I, and served on the three-memb...
Sherif Sabri Pasha - Wikipedia
Sa'id of Egypt
Muhammad Sa'id Pasha (Arabic: محمد سعيد باشا‎, Turkish: Mehmed Said Paşa, March 17, 1822 - January 18, 1863) was the Wāli of Egypt and Sudan from 1854 until 1863, officially owing fealty...
Sa'id of Egypt - Wikipedia
Ras el-Tin Palace
Ras el-Tin Palace, (Arabic: قصر رأس التين Qaṣr Ra's al-Tīn, literally, "Cape Fig Palace"), is a palace on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in Alexandria, Egypt. It is one of the official residences ...
Ras el-Tin Palace - Wikipedia
Aristomenes of Alyzia
Aristomenes of Alyzia or Aristomenes the Acarnanian (born 3rd century BC; died 2nd century BC) was regent and chief minister of Egypt in the Ptolemaic period during the reign of the boy king Ptolemy V...
Aristomenes of Alyzia - Wikipedia
Prince Abbas Hilmi
Prince Abbas Hilmi bin Prince Muhammad Abdel Moneim bin Khedive Abbas Hilmi II Bey (Arabic: الأمير عباس حلمي بن الأمير محمد عبد المنعم بن الخديوي عباس حلمي باشا الثاني‎) (born 16 October 194...
Ahmad Rifaat Pasha
Ahmad Rifaat Pasha (8 December 1825 – 15 May 1858) was a member of the Muhammad Ali Dynasty of Egypt. He was heir presumptive to Sa'id Pasha.However, in 1858 a special train conveying Ahmad Rifaat Pas...
Ahmad Rifaat Pasha - Wikipedia
Riyad Ghali
Riad Ghali (1919 – 12 July 1987) was the husband of Fathia Ghali the youngest daughter of King Fuad I and Nazli Sabri.
While in the United States, Riyad Ghali married Princess Fathia in May 1950 a...
Prince of the Sa'id
Prince of the Sa'id (Arabic: أمير الصعيد, Amir al-Sa'id‎) was the title used by the heir apparent to the Egyptian throne prior to the abolition of the monarchy following the Egyptian Revolut...
Melek Tourhan
Melek Hassan Tourhan (Arabic: ملك حسن طوران‎) (27 October 1869 – 4 February 1956) was the second wife of Sultan Hussein Kamel of Egypt. After her husband ascended the throne in 1914, she bec...