List of state leaders in the 4th century

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This is a list of state leaders in the 4th century (301–400) AD.

Africa: Northeast[edit]

  • Lakhideamani, King (4th century)

America: Mesoamerica[edit]

Asia[edit]

Asia: Central[edit]

  • Yujiulü Mugulü, Khan (4th century)
  • Yujiulü Cheluhui, Khan (4th century)
  • Yujiulü Tunugui, Khan (4th century)
  • Yujiulü Bati, Khan (4th century)
  • Yujiulü Disuyuan, Khan (4th century)
  • Yujiulü Pihouba, Khan (4th century)
  • Venheti, Khan (4th century)
  • Yujiulü Mangeti, Khan (4th century)
  • Yujiulü Heduohan, Khan (4th century)

Asia: East[edit]

China

  • Hui, Emperor (290–307)
  • Sima Lun, Emperor (301)
  • Huai, Emperor (307–311)
  • Min, Emperor (313–316)
  • Yuan, Emperor (317–323)
  • Ming, Emperor (323–325)
  • Cheng, Emperor (325–342)
  • Kang, Emperor (342–344)
  • Mu, Emperor (344–361)
  • Ai, Emperor (361–365)
  • Fei, Emperor (365–372)
  • Jianwen, Emperor (372)
  • Xiaowu, Emperor (372–396)
  • An, Emperor (396–419)

Japan

Korea

Asia: Southeast[edit]

Cambodia

  • Zhāntán, King (c.357)

Indonesia

Indonesia: Java
  • Dewawarman VII, King (early 4th century)
  • Dewawarman VIII, King (early 4th century–362)
  • Jayasingawarman, King (358–382)
  • Dharmayawarman, King (382–395)
  • Purnawarman, King (395–434)
Indonesia: Kalimantan (Borneo)

Malaysia: Peninsular

  • Durbar Maharaja I, Maharaja (c.330–390)
  • DiMaharaja Putra, Maharaja (c.390–440)[1]

Vietnam

Asia: South[edit]

India

  • Konganivarman Madhava, King (350–370)
  • Madhava, King (370–390)
  • Harivarman, King (390–410)
  • Vasudeva II, Ruler/Emperor (c.275–310)
  • Chhu, Ruler/Emperor (c.310?–325?)
  • Shaka I, Ruler/Emperor (c.325–345)
  • Kipunada, Ruler/Emperor (c.345–375)

Sri Lanka

West Asia[edit]

Persia

  • Narseh, Shahanshah, King of Kings (293–302)
  • Hormizd II, Shahanshah, King of Kings (302–309)
  • Adur Narseh, Shahanshah, King of Kings (309)
  • Shapur II, Shahanshah, King of Kings (309–379)
  • Ardashir II, Shahanshah, King of Kings (379–383)
  • Shapur III, Shahanshah, King of Kings (383–388)
  • Bahram IV, Shahanshah, King of Kings (388–399)
  • Yazdegerd I, Shahanshah, King of Kings (399–420)

Roman Asia

  • Emperor in civil war (284–285)
  • Sole Emperor (285–286)
  • Eastern Emperor (286–305)
  • Eastern Caesar (293–305)
  • Eastern Emperor (305–311)
  • Eastern Caesar (305–308)
  • Eastern Emperor (310–312)
  • Western Emperor (308–313)
  • Eastern Emperor (313–324)
  • Western Caesar (306–312)
  • Western Emperor (312–324)
  • Sole Emperor (324–337)
  • Eastern Emperor (337–350)
  • Sole Emperor (350–361)
  • Western Emperor (355–361)
  • Sole Emperor (361–363)
  • Eastern Emperor (364–378)
  • Eastern Emperor (379–392)
  • Emperor (392–395)
  • Junior Emperor (383–395)
  • Eastern Emperor (395–408)

Europe[edit]

These kings are generally thought historical, but dates are uncertain and naming some High Kings may be anachronistic or inaccurate.
  • Caesar (285–286)
  • Western Emperor (286–305)
  • Western Caesar (293–305)
  • Western Emperor (305–306)
  • Western Caesar (305–306)
  • Western Emperor, in civil war (306–307)
  • Western Emperor (308–313)
  • Eastern Emperor (313–324)
  • Western Caesar (306–312)
  • Western Emperor (312–324)
  • Sole Emperor (324–337)
  • Emperor of Italy and Africa (337–340)
  • Western Emperor (340–350)
  • Eastern Emperor (337–350)
  • Emperor (350–361)
  • Western Emperor (355–361)
  • Sole Emperor (361–363)
  • junior Western Emperor (367–375)
  • Western Emperor (375–383)
  • junior Western Emperor (375–383)
  • Western Emperor (383–392)
  • Eastern Emperor (379–392)
  • Sole Emperor (392–395)
  • Honorius, Western Emperor (395–423)
  • Stilicho, power behind the throne (395–408)

Eurasia: Caucasus[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kedah Genealogy". royalark.net. Retrieved 2018-09-20.