List of state leaders in the 11th century BC

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This is a list of state leaders in the 11th century BC (1100–1001 BC).

Africa: Northeast[edit]

Egypt: New Kingdom

Egypt: Third Intermediate Period

Kush

  • Kandake Makeda, King (c.1005–950 BC)

Asia[edit]

Asia: East[edit]

China

  • Di Yi, King (c.1101–c.1076 BC)
  • Zhou, King (c.1075–1046 BC)
  • Wen, King (c.1099–c.1050 BC)
  • Wu, King (c.1046–1043 BC)
  • Dan, Regent, Duke (c.1042 BC)
  • Cheng, King (c.1042–1021 BC)
  • Kang, King (c.1020–996 BC)

Asia: West[edit]

Chronologies as established by Albright
  • Saul, King (1030–1010 BC)
  • Ish-bosheth, King of northern Israel (c.1000 BC)
  • David, King (1000–962 BC)
  • Dynasty IV of Babylon, from Isin
  • Dynasty V of Babylon
  • Dynasty VI of Babylon
  • Sien, King (c.1120–1100 BC)
  • Humban-Numena II, King (early 11th century BC)
  • Shutruk-Nahhunte II, King (mid-11th century BC)
  • Shutur-Nahhunte I, King (mid-11th century BC)

Europe: Balkans[edit]

  • Melanthus, King (1126–1089 BC) presumed legendary or semi-historical
  • Codrus, King (1089–1068 BC) presumed legendary or semi-historical
  • Medon, hereditary perpetual Archon (1068–1048 BC)
  • Acastus, hereditary perpetual Archon (1048–1012 BC)
  • Archippus, hereditary perpetual Archon (1012–993 BC)

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