List of political entities in the 14th century BC

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This is a list of political entities in the 14th century BC (1400–1301 BC).

Sovereign states[edit]

Sovereign state Years
Akkadian Empire 2334 - 2193 BC
Amorite 2000 - 1595 BC
Anga 1380 - 550 BC
Armi 2290 - 40 BC
Aramea 2300 - 700 BC
Arzawa 2300 - 1200 BC
Assyria 2025 - 911 BC
Alashiya 1450 - 1050 BC
Athens 1556 - 355 BC
Babylonia 1894 - 732 BC
Bashan 1330 - 928 BC
Byblos 1800 - 970 BC
Chorrera 1800 - 300 BC
Colchis 1300 BC - 2nd century AD
Crestonia 14th century BC - 431 BC
Dardania 1527 - 1183 BC
Dilmun 2600 - 675 BC
Donghu 1400-150 BC
Ebla 3500 - 1600 BC
Egypt 3050 - 1550, 1077 - 322 BC
Egyptian Empire 1550 - 1077 BC
Elam 2800 - 550 BC
Eshnuna 2000 - 8th century BC
Gandhara 1450-510 BC
Gojoseon 2333 - 108 BC
Gutium 2108 - 2089 BC
Hatti 2700 - 1900 BC
Hitti 1900 - 1600 BC
Hittite Empire 1600 - 1178 BC
Hyksos 1800 - 1178 BC
Kassite Empire 1531 - 1135 BC
Illyria 2000 - 168 BC
Indus 3100 - 1300 BC
Kalinga 1376 - 285 BC
Kamboja 1450 - 195 BC
Kaskia 1430 - 1200 BC
Kekeya 1250 - c. 4th century BC
Kirata 1350 - c. 300 BC
Kizzuwatna 1600 - 1220 BC
Kuru 1376 - 285 BC
Kussara 1900 - 1650 BC
Libu 1550 - 630 BC[1]
Lukka 2000 - 1183 BC
Lullubi 2400 - 650 BC
Luvia 2300 - 1400 BC
Madra 1350 - 350 BC
Magan 2200 - 550 BC
Mari 2900 - 1759 BC
Messenia 1300 - 724 BC
Minoa 2700 - 1420 BC
Mittani 1690 - 1300 BC
Mycenaea 1600 - 1100 BC
Mygdonia 16th century BC - 6th century BC
Mysia 1320 - 301 BC
Namar 2350 - 750 BC
Olmec 1400 - 400 BC
Pandya 1350 - 460 BC
Paphlagonia 1480 - 183 BC[2]
Pelasgia 3000 - 1183 BC
Phrygia (Balkan's) 1450 - 1200 BC
Purushanda 2000 - 1650 BC
Punt 2400 - 1069 BC
Qi 1600 - 445 BC
Qiang 2000 BC - 150 BC
Sea Peoples c. 2000 - 1175 BC
Shang 1600 - 1046 BC
Sumeria 2900 - 1674 BC
Sumpa 1600 BC - 7th century AD
Thrace 1500 - 450 BC
Tyre 1500 - 990 BC
Ugarit 2500 - 1090 BC
Upper Mesopotamia 1809 - 1776 BC
Văn Lang 2879 - 258 BC
Xu 2000 - 512 BC

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Taylor, Francis. "Kingdoms of North Africa: Encyclopaedia of African History: Volume 1 A-G". 1999-2014. The History Files. Retrieved 18 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Middle East Kingdoms Ancient Anatolia". 2014. The History Files. Retrieved 20 April 2014.