The Chamberlain Munis, however, is himself disgraced and beheaded by Tahir in the following year, a period of general disorder followed, filling up the reigns of Kahir Radi and Muttaki, which is finally brought to a close under the Caliph Mustakfi, when in the year 334 Muizz-ad-Dawlah the Buyid, at the head of his Daylamite troops, became master of Baghdad. The traveller Ibn Jukasr mentions the mosque in 580, which is about a century after its completion, describing it as standing outside the wall of the city', namely the new town of East Baghdad, which had grown up round the palaces of the Caliphs to the south of the old quarter of the MukKasrim. Of them all only the shrine of Abu Hanifah now remains, the one solitary relic of the three northern quarters of East Baghdad which marks the position of Rusafah.