Line of succession to the former Tunisian throne

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The Husainid dynasty of the erstwhile Kingdom of Tunisia followed the Ottoman practice of agnatic seniority, whereby the eldest surviving male in a generation would succeed to the throne. Though the Tunisian monarchy was abolished in 1957 in favour of a republic, the dynasty continues to adhere to this succession principle.

Present line of succession (partial)

  • Simple silver crown.svg Mahmud I Pasha (1757-1824; r. 1814-1824)
    • Simple silver crown.svg Hussein II Pasha (1784-1835; r. 1824-1835)
      • Simple silver crown.svg Muhammad II Pasha (1811-1859; r. 1855-1859)
        • Prince Hussein Bey (1839-1890)
          • Prince Muhammad as-Said Bey (1873-1918)
            • Mustafa II (1900-1974; 21st family head: 1969-1974)
            • Prince Ali bin Said Bey (1903-1980)
              • (8). Prince Muhammad al-Mamun Bey (born 17 August 1932)
        • Simple silver crown.svg Muhammad V Pasha (1855-1922; r. 1906-1922)
          • Simple silver crown.svg Muhammad VII Pasha (1881-1948; r. 1942-1943)
            • Prince Salah ud-din Bey (1902-1938)
              • (1). Crown Prince Zainal-Abidin Bey (born 12 March 1930; Crown Prince: 2013- present)
            • Prince Muhammad al-Rauf Bey (1903-1977)
              • (9). Prince Muhammad Saleh Bey (born 25 February 1933)
            • Prince Umar Bey (1904-1938)
              • (2). Prince Muhammad Fuad Bey (born 12 August 1930)
          • Hussein III (1893-1969; Crown Prince: 1943-1957; 20th family head: 1962-1969)
          • Prince Muhammad Bey (1897-1953)
            • Muhammad X (1928-2013; 27th family head: 2006-2013)
            • (5). Prince Muhammad al-Rashid Bey (born 16 September 1931)
      • Simple silver crown.svg Muhammad III Pasha (1813-1882; r. 1859-1882)
      • Simple silver crown.svg Ali III Pasha (1817-1902; r. 1882-1902)
        • Prince Mustafa Bey (1844-1895)
          • Prince Iz ud-din Bey (1882-1953)
            • Suleiman I (1909-1992; 23rd family head: 1989-1992)
              • (7). Prince Muhammad Nasir ud-din Bey (born 20 January 1932)
            • Al'Allah I (1910-2001; 24th family head: 1992-2001)
              • (6). Prince Muhammad al-Muntasir Bey (born 30 September 1931)
              • (10). Prince Muhammad Jamal ud-din Bey (born 3 August 1933)
            • Muhi ud-din I (1911-2006; 26th family head: 2004-2006)
          • Prince Muhammad as-Sadiq Bey, Bey al-Mahalla (1883-1955)
            • (4). Prince Muhammad Rashid Bey (born 13 July 1931)
        • Simple silver crown.svg Muhammad IV Pasha (1855-1906; r. 1902-1906)
        • Simple silver crown.svg Ahmad II Pasha (1862-1942; r. 1929-1942)
          • Muhammad IX (1902-1989; 22nd family head: 1974-1989)
            • (3). Prince Muhammad Rashid Bey (born 1 December 1930)
      • Prince Muhammad Mamun Bey (1819-1861)
        • Simple silver crown.svg Muhammad VI Pasha (1858-1929; r. 1922-1929)
          • Prince Muhammad Iz ud-din Bey (1875-1931)
            • Muhammad XI (b. 1929; 28th family head: 2013-present)
          • Simple silver crown.svg King Muhammad VIII (1881-1962; Pasha: 1943-1956; King of Tunisia: 1956-1957; 19th family head: 1957-1962)
            • Shazli I (1910-2004; 25th family head: 2001-2004)
    • Simple silver crown.svg Mustafa I Pasha (1786-1837; r. 1835-1837)

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References

  1. ^ Buyers, Christopher. "The Husainid Dynasty of Tunisia: Genealogy". The Royal Ark. Retrieved 3 June 2016.
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