Historical Figures of Medieval Islam

Name these Islamic historical figures in the Medieval Period!
Answers are historical persons from the Middle East, North Africa, and Greater Iran.
Answers are historical persons within the time period from 632 (Death of Muhammad) to 1453 (Fall of Constantinople)
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Last updated: March 26, 2019
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"The Sword of God", the commander who won wars against East Rome and Persia
Khalid ibn al-Walid
Governor of Syria and first dynastic Caliph
Muawiyah ibn Abi Sufyan
Founder of the Islamic school dominant in the Levant and Central/South Asia today
Abu Hanifa
Rebel against Umayyad rule, founder of a Shi'ite sect dominant in Yemen today
Zayd bin Ali
Leader of the Abbasid Revolution
Abu Muslim
Caliph who founded of the House of Wisdom, is a character in the Thousand and One Nights
Harun al-Rashid
Scholar from whom we get the words "Algebra" and "Algorithm" from
Writer of the Shahnameh, the Persian national epic
"The Mad Caliph" of Cairo, important in Druze, and disappeared mysteriously
Seljuk Sultan who conquered Armenia and defeated East Rome at Manzikert
Alp Arslan
Turkic Atabeg who attacked Edessa and started the Second Crusade
Khwarezmian Sultan who angered the Mongols
Muhammad II
Sultan of Egypt who beat back the Mongols and crushed the Crusaders
Moroccan scholar who traveled across Eurasia
Ibn Battuta
A lame conqueror
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