List of state leaders in the 3rd century BC
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This is a list of state leaders in the 3rd century BC (300–201 BC).
- Aktisanes, King (early 3rd century BC)
- Aryamani, King (early 3rd century BC)
- Kash(...), King (early 3rd century BC)
- Piankhi-yerike-qa, King (early 3rd century BC)
- Sabrakamani, King (early 3rd century BC)
- Arakamani, King (270–260 BC)
- Amanislo, King (260–250 BC)
- Amantekha, King (mid 3rd century BC)
- Sheshep-ankh-en-Amun Setepenre, King (mid–late 3rd century BC)
- Arnekhamani, King (mid–late 3rd century BC)
- Arqamani, King (3rd–2nd century BC)
- Eastern Numidia
- Western Numidia
- Massinissa, King (202–148 BC)
China: Warring States period
- Nan, King (314–256 BC)
China: Qin dynasty
- King (246–221 BC)
- Emperor (221–210 BC)
China: Han dynasty
- King (206–202 BC)
- Emperor (202–195 BC)
- Simuka, King (228–205 BC)
- Krishna, King (205–187 BC)
- Dynast (326–297 BC)
- King (297–278 BC)
- Spartocids dynasty
- Kuji, King (325–280 BC)
- Demetrius I, King (c.205–171 BC) – also Indo-Bactrian King
- Rajesh Kumar Singh (2013). Ajanta Paintings: 86 Panels of Jatakas and Other Themes. Hari Sena. pp. 15–16. ISBN 9788192510750.
- A history of Macedonia,Robert Malcolm Errington,1990,page 174,"Only a girl, Deidameia, remained of the royal house of the Aiakidai, and when she was murdered in 233, a politically incalculable federal republic was"
- A Guide to the Principal Gold and Silver Coins of the Ancients: From Circ. B. C. 700 to a. D. 1. (1895) by British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals, 2009, page 62: "... of Athena, facing. Bee. AYAnA EONTOZ. Horse. Wt. 193.4 grs. Patraus and his son Audoleon reigned over Paaonia between B.C. 340 ..."
- Polyaenus, Stratagems of War, 4.12.3, "Lysimachus conducted Ariston, son of Autoleon, to his father's kingdom in Paeonia; under pretence that the royal youth might be acknowledged by his subjects, and treated with due respect. But as soon as he had bathed in the royal baths in the river Arisbus, and they had set before him an elegant banquet, according to the custom of his country, Lysimachus ordered his guards to arm. Ariston instantly mounted his horse and escaped to the land of the Dardani; and Lysimachus was left in possession of Paeonia."
- Pausanias, Description of Greece Phocis and Ozolian Locri, 10.13.1, "A bronze head of the Paeonian bull called the bison was sent to Delphi by the Paeonian king Dropion, son of Leon."
- Kurt W. Treptow and Ioan Bolovan in “A history of Romania - East European Monographs”, 1996, ISBN 9780880333450, page 17 "..Two inscriptions discovered at Histria indicate that Geto-Dacian rulers (Zalmodegikos and later Rhemaxos) continued to exercise control over that city-state around 200 BC ...."
- The Hellenistic Age from the Battle of Ipsos to the Death of Kleopatra VII by Stanley M. Burstein, 1985, Index Rhemaxos Getic or Scythian ruler
- Dacia: Landscape, Colonization and Romanization by Ioana A Oltean, 2007, Index Dromichaetes, King of the Getians
- Kurt W. Treptow and Ioan Bolovan in “A history of Romania - East European Monographs”, 1996, ISBN 9780880333450, page 17 "Two inscriptions discovered at Histria indicate that Geto-Dacian rulers (Zalmodegikos and later Rhemaxos) continued to exercise control over that city-state around 200 BC ...."
- McGing B.C.: The foreign policy of Mithridates VI Eupator, King of Pontus