List of state leaders in the 2nd century

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This is a list of state leaders in the 2nd century (101–200) AD.

Africa: Northeast[edit]

America: Mesoamerica[edit]

Asia[edit]

East Asia[edit]

China

  • He, Emperor (89–

105)

f Han|Xian]], Emperor (189–220)

Korea

  • Giru, King (77–128)
  • Gaeru, King (128–166)
  • Chogo, King (166–214)

South Asia[edit]

Sri Lanka

West Asia[edit]

  • Sanatruk, client King under Rome (91–109)
  • Abgar VII bar Ezad, client King under Rome (109–116)
  • Roman interregnum (116–118)
  • Yalur, Co-ruler, client King under Rome (118–122)
  • Parthamaspates, Co-ruler, client King under Rome (118–123)
  • Ma'nu VII bar Ezad, client King under Rome (123–139)
  • |Ma'nu VIII bar Ma'nu, client King under Rome (139–163)
  • Wa'il bar Sahru, client King under Rome (163–165)
  • Ma'nu VIII bar Ma'nu (165–167)
  • Abgar VIII, client King under Rome (167–177)
  • Abgar IX, client King under Rome (177–212)
  • Meharaspes, client King under Parthia (?–116)
  • Narsai, client King under Parthia (170–200)
  • Narsai of Adiabene, client King under Parthia (c.191–200)
  • Pakoros II, client King under Parthia (80–101/02)
  • Attambelos VI, client King under Parthia (c.101/02–105/06)
  • Theonesios IV, client King under Parthia (c.110/11–112/113)
  • Attambelos VII, client King under Parthia (113/14–117)
  • Meredates, client King under Parthia (c.131–150/51)
  • Orabazes II, client King under Parthia (c.150/51–165)
  • Abinergaios II, client King under Parthia (c.165–180)
  • Attambelos VIII, client King under Parthia (c.180–195)
  • Maga, client King under Parthia (c.195–210)
  • Abinergaos III, client King under Parthia (c.210–222)
  • Orodes III, client King under Parthia (c.90–c.100)[2]
  • Kamnaskires-Orodes, client King under Parthia (c.100–c.120)[3]
  • Ariobarzanes, client King under Parthia (c.125)
  • Osroes, client King under Parthia (c.125–c.130)
  • Unknown client King under Parthia I, client King under Parthia (c.130–c.140)
  • Orodes IV, client King under Parthia (c.140–c.160)[4]
  • Abarbasi, client King under Parthia (c.160–c.170)[5]
  • Orodes V, client King under Parthia (c.170–c.180)[6]
  • Vologases, client King under Parthia (c.180–c.190)[7]
  • Unknown client King under Parthia (c.190–c.210)[8]

Europe[edit]

Eurasian Caucasus[edit]

  • Sanatruk, King (88–110)
  • Axidares, client King under Rome (110–113)
  • Parthamasiris, client King under Rome (113–114)
  • Interregnum under Rome
  • Vologases I, client King under Rome (117/8–144)
  • Sohaemus, client King under Rome (144–161, 163/4–186?)
  • Bakur, client King under Rome (161–164)
  • Vologases II, client King under Rome (186–198)
  • Khosrov I, client King under Rome (198–217)
  • Malassas, vassal King under Rome (c. 130)
  • Pacorus client King under Rome (138–161)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rajesh Kumar Singh (2013). Ajanta Paintings: 86 Panels of Jatakas and Other Themes. Hari Sena. pp. 15–16. ISBN 9788192510750. 
  2. ^ According to Pakzadian, 2007: Orodes III and IV.
  3. ^ According to Pakzadian, 2007: Kamnaskires-Orodes I and II.
  4. ^ According to Pakzadian, 2007: Orodes V, VI and VII.
  5. ^ According to Pakzadian, 2007: 1st Unknown client King under Parthia (A)
  6. ^ According to Pakzadian, 2007: Unknown Kings 2nd(B), 3rd(C) and 4th(D)
  7. ^ According to Pakzadian, 2007: Vologases I and II.
  8. ^ According to Pakzadian, 2007: Unknown Kings 5th(E), 6th(F) and 7th(G)
  9. ^ De Imperatoribus Romanis [1]. Retrieved 2007-11-08. "In the year 88, the Romans resumed the offensive. The Roman troops were now led by the general Tettius Iulianus. The battle took place again at Tapae but this time the Romans defeated the Dacians. For fear of falling into a trap, Iulianus abandoned his plans of conquering Sarmizegetuza and, at the same time, Decebalus asked for peace. At first, Domitian refused this request, but after he was defeated in a war in Pannonia against the Marcomanni (a Germanic tribe), the emperor was obliged to accept the peace."
  10. ^ De Imperatoribus Romanis [2]. Retrieved 2007-11-08.