The name "Suleiman" is quite easy to remember if you know fairly elementary Arabic.
I don't remember who mentions it - perhaps the Sultan? - but someone mentions the name "Suleiman ben Daoud", which is Arabic for "Solomon, son of David", aka Solomon the Wise, the greatest king of the ancient Israelites. His name is mentioned both in the Bible and in the Qur'an.
In QfG2, the legend is that Suleiman had power over the djinn, and when Iblis was unleashed 1,001 years prior to the events of QfG2, it was Suleiman who bound Iblis to the statue in the ancient city. According to apocryphal and magical literature and legends, the "real" (or Biblical) Suleiman had power over both good and evil spirits. These occult traditions are not, of course, compatible with the Bible, but the Qur'an mentions that he had power over the djinn (such as He Who Waits Behind) and the marid (evil djinn, like Iblis etc.)
Anyway, let's try this quiz for size...