Muhammad II of Aghlabids
Muhammad II ibn Ahmad Abu l-Ghasaniq ( _ar. محمد الثاني ابن أحمد) (d.875), was the eighth
Emirof the Aghlabidsin Ifriqiya(864-875)
He succeeded his uncle
Ziyadat Allah II(863-864), inheriting from his predecessors a stable and prosperous state. An aesthete fond of wine and hunting, he felt able to devote himself to extravagance and displays of pomp. His reign saw the conquest of Maltaand raids into mainland Italy were sufficient to force tribute from Pope John VIII.
Towards the end of his reign a caravan of pilgrims from
Meccaintroduced the plague into Ifriqiya - this, and an ensuing famine led to severe depopulation and the weakening of the kingdom.
He was succeeded by his brother Abu Ishaq Ibrahim II (875-902)
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