Medieval Europe 814-1350: World Events Research Article from World Eras

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Forced to abdicate, 'Abbasid caliph al-Musta'in is then murdered by a killer sent by his successor, al-Mu'tazz. During his brief reign, Egypt, under Ahmed ibn Tulun (founder of the Tulunid dynasty), becomes virtually independent of the Muslim Empire.

Emperor Seiwa of Japan achieves his majority, but his grandfather continues to serve as regent, inaugurating a period of clan dominance known as the Fujiwara period (866— 1160).

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