The tribe of Al Said traces its roots to a band of Al Azd through a patrilineal ancestor, al-'Atik b. al-Asad b. Imran, who settled in Dibba (Dabá), hence the band was also known as the "Azd of Daba". Like other Qahtani, the Azd originally hailed from Yemen and migrated north after the destruction of the Marib Dam. Archeological evidence points to the Sasanid era, around the third or fourth century AD, a period of admittedly weak Persian rule.

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  • آل بو سعيد هي العائلة الحاكمة في السلطنة العمانية كما حكمت ذات السلالة زنجبار. تأسست هذه العائلة على يد أحمد بن سعيد البوسعيدي (1767-1784) الملقب بالمتوكل على الله (1767م) مؤسس الدولة البوسعيدية في عمان. (ar)
  • Die Bū-Saʿīd-Dynastie (arabisch آل بوسعيد, DMG Āl Bū-Saʿīd), ist die herrschende Dynastie in Oman seit 1746. Von Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts herrschte sie auch über Sansibar und über verschiedene Küstengebiete Ostafrikas. Die Sultane der Bū-Saʿīd-Dynastie folgen der ibaditischen Lehre. (de)
  • L'Āl Bū Saʿīdī è la dinastia regnante del Sultanato dell'Oman. Fu costituita nel 1744 da Aḥmad bin Saʿid bin Ahmad bin Muhammad Al Bu Sa'idi che, ne fu il primo Imam, che contribuì con le forze da lui organizzate a cacciare i persiani della dinastia qajar da Bassora e che morì nel 1783 a Rustaq. (it)
  • ブーサイード朝(アラビア語: آل سعيد‎)は、18世紀からオマーンを統治する王朝。過去にはザンジバルなどの東アフリカの沿岸地域を支配していたが、1964年のザンジバル革命でアフリカの政権は消滅した。 この項目では主に王朝の創始から1970年のカーブース・ビン・サイードの即位までの歴史について記述する。 (ja)
  • A Dinastia Al Said (arábico: آل سعيد) é a dinastia muçulmana governante do sultanato de Omã, no sudeste da Arábia que tem governado sucessivamente o país desde 1749; e de Zanzibar, na África Oriental desde 1749 até 1964. (pt)
  • 賽義德王朝為亞洲阿拉伯半島阿曼國於18世紀中期的建立的穆斯林王朝。領土包括阿拉伯半島南部,甚至廣至東非桑吉巴地區。賽義德王朝正式成立於1749年,為阿曼當地阿拉伯人趨走原波斯人統治者後所建立的政教合一國家。建立之初,阿曼國力頗盛,為印度洋週邊強國之一。1871年,英國入侵後,情勢才為之改觀。 (zh)
  • Аль Саи́д (араб. آل سعيد‎) или Аль Бу-Саи́д (араб. آل بوسعيد‎) — правящая династия в султанате Оман (с 1746 года). (ru)
  • The tribe of Al Said traces its roots to a band of Al Azd through a patrilineal ancestor, al-'Atik b. al-Asad b. Imran, who settled in Dibba (Dabá), hence the band was also known as the "Azd of Daba". Like other Qahtani, the Azd originally hailed from Yemen and migrated north after the destruction of the Marib Dam. Archeological evidence points to the Sasanid era, around the third or fourth century AD, a period of admittedly weak Persian rule. Their ascendancy to positions of power was in tandem with special relationships established with Persian rulers, who recognized the Azdites as "the kings of the Arabs", as seen in a number of inscriptions from the sixth century CE. The head of the Azd confederation was given the title of buland (بُلند), a Sasanid appellation derived from the Middle Persian word for "eminence" and "stature", later Arabized in the form of al-julandā (الجُلندا) to identify the early rulers of Oman. With the arrival of Islam, the Sasanians in Oman conflicted with the converted Azdi kings. The balance in this conflict swung in favour of the Arabs when they were joined by Muslim forces sent by Muhammad from Medina, and in the resulting military campaigns the Sasanian citadels were overwhelmed and their forces expelled by 630 AD. With the rise of Islam, the Azd established themselves into a leading force in the ensuing Muslim conquests and later in the realms of the Umayyad Caliphate through the celebrated general Al Muhallab ibn Abi Suffrah (Abu Said), the progenitor of the Al Busaid tribe. Significantly, it is with the Azd that most early sections of pre-Islamic universal chronicles of Arabs begin. (en)
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  • آل بو سعيد هي العائلة الحاكمة في السلطنة العمانية كما حكمت ذات السلالة زنجبار. تأسست هذه العائلة على يد أحمد بن سعيد البوسعيدي (1767-1784) الملقب بالمتوكل على الله (1767م) مؤسس الدولة البوسعيدية في عمان. (ar)
  • Die Bū-Saʿīd-Dynastie (arabisch آل بوسعيد, DMG Āl Bū-Saʿīd), ist die herrschende Dynastie in Oman seit 1746. Von Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts herrschte sie auch über Sansibar und über verschiedene Küstengebiete Ostafrikas. Die Sultane der Bū-Saʿīd-Dynastie folgen der ibaditischen Lehre. (de)
  • L'Āl Bū Saʿīdī è la dinastia regnante del Sultanato dell'Oman. Fu costituita nel 1744 da Aḥmad bin Saʿid bin Ahmad bin Muhammad Al Bu Sa'idi che, ne fu il primo Imam, che contribuì con le forze da lui organizzate a cacciare i persiani della dinastia qajar da Bassora e che morì nel 1783 a Rustaq. (it)
  • ブーサイード朝(アラビア語: آل سعيد‎)は、18世紀からオマーンを統治する王朝。過去にはザンジバルなどの東アフリカの沿岸地域を支配していたが、1964年のザンジバル革命でアフリカの政権は消滅した。 この項目では主に王朝の創始から1970年のカーブース・ビン・サイードの即位までの歴史について記述する。 (ja)
  • A Dinastia Al Said (arábico: آل سعيد) é a dinastia muçulmana governante do sultanato de Omã, no sudeste da Arábia que tem governado sucessivamente o país desde 1749; e de Zanzibar, na África Oriental desde 1749 até 1964. (pt)
  • 賽義德王朝為亞洲阿拉伯半島阿曼國於18世紀中期的建立的穆斯林王朝。領土包括阿拉伯半島南部,甚至廣至東非桑吉巴地區。賽義德王朝正式成立於1749年,為阿曼當地阿拉伯人趨走原波斯人統治者後所建立的政教合一國家。建立之初,阿曼國力頗盛,為印度洋週邊強國之一。1871年,英國入侵後,情勢才為之改觀。 (zh)
  • Аль Саи́д (араб. آل سعيد‎) или Аль Бу-Саи́д (араб. آل بوسعيد‎) — правящая династия в султанате Оман (с 1746 года). (ru)
  • The tribe of Al Said traces its roots to a band of Al Azd through a patrilineal ancestor, al-'Atik b. al-Asad b. Imran, who settled in Dibba (Dabá), hence the band was also known as the "Azd of Daba". Like other Qahtani, the Azd originally hailed from Yemen and migrated north after the destruction of the Marib Dam. Archeological evidence points to the Sasanid era, around the third or fourth century AD, a period of admittedly weak Persian rule. (en)
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  • أسرة آل بو سعيد (ar)
  • Bū-Saʿīd-Dynastie (de)
  • Al Bu Sa'idi (it)
  • ブーサイード朝 (ja)
  • Dinastia Āl Bū Saʿīd (pt)
  • Аль Саид (ru)
  • 賽義德王朝 (zh)
  • Al Said (en)
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