List of state leaders in the 4th century BC

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

Africa: North[edit]

Carthage

Didonian
Hannonian
  • Hanno the Great, King (340–337 BC)
  • Gisco, King (337–330 BC)
  • Hamilcar II, King (330–309 BC)
  • Bomilcar, King (309–308 BC)

Egypt: Late Period

  • Khabash, rebel Pharaoh (c.338–c.335 BC)

Egypt: Ptolemaic Kingdom

Kush

Numidia

  • Zelalsen, King (344–274 BC)

Asia[edit]

Asia: East[edit]

China: Warring States period

  • An, King (401–376 BC)
  • Lie, King (375–369 BC)
  • Xian, King (368–321 BC)
  • Shenjing, King (320–315 BC)
  • Nan, King (314–256 BC)
  • Dao, King (401–381 BC)
  • Su, King (380–370 BC)
  • Xuan, King (369–340 BC)
  • Wei, King (339–329 BC)
  • Huai , King (328–299 BC)
  • Jing, Marquess (408–400 BC)
  • Lie, Marquess (399–387 BC)
  • Wen, Marquess (386–377 BC)
  • Ai, Marquess (376–374 BC)
  • Gong, Marquess (374–363 BC)
  • Xi, Marquess (362–233 BC)
  • Xuanhui, King (332–312 BC)
  • Xiang, King (311–296 BC)
  • Kang, Duke (404–386 BC)
  • Tai, Duke (404–384 BC)
  • Tian Yan, Marquess (383–375 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (374–357 BC)
  • Wei, King (356–320 BC)
  • Xuan, King (319–300 BC)
  • Min, King (300–283 BC)
  • Jian, Duke (414–400 BC)
  • Hui II, Duke (399–387 BC)
  • Chuzi II, Duke (386–385 BC)
  • Xian, Duke (384–362 BC)
  • Xiao, Duke (361–338 BC)
  • Huiwen, King (337–311 BC)
  • Wu, King (310–307 BC)
  • Zhaoxiang, King (306–251 BC)
  • Wen, Marquess (445–396 BC)
  • Wu, Marquess (396–370 BC)
  • Hui, King (370–319 BC)
  • Xiang, King (319–296 BC)
  • Lie, Marquess (409–387 BC)
  • Jing, Marquess (387–375 BC)
  • Cheng, Marquess (375–350 BC)
  • Su, Marquess (350–326 BC)
  • Wuling, King (326–299 BC)

Asia: South[edit]

India

Sri Lanka

Asia: West[edit]

  • Dynast (326–297 BC)
  • King (297–278 BC)
  • Satyrus I, King (433–389 BC)
  • Seleucus, King (433–393 BC)
  • Leucon I, King (389–349 BC)
  • Gorgippus, King (389–349 BC)
  • Spartacus II, King (349–344 BC)
  • Pairisades I, King (349–311 BC)
  • Satyrus II, King (311–310 BC)
  • Prytanis, King (310 BC)
  • Eumelos, King (310–304 BC)
  • Spartacus III, King (304–284 BC)
  • Satrap (350–331 BC)
  • King (331–322 BC)
  • Akes, King (late 4th century BC)
  • Kuji, King (325–280 BC)

Europe[edit]

Europe: Balkans[edit]

Europe: East[edit]

  • Histrianorum, King (c.339 BC)
  • Cothelas, King (4th century BC) [6]

Europe: South[edit]

Eurasia: Caucasus[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unless otherwise noted, archons from 347/6 to 301/0 BC are taken from Benjamin D. Meritt, "Athenian Archons 347/6–48/7 B.C.", Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 26 (1977), pp. 161–191
  2. ^ Thracian Kings, University of Michigan
  3. ^ Catalogue of Greek Coins: Thessaly to Aetolia by Percy Gardner, 2004, Front Matter: "... present to the money of Philip II. of Macedon, and Lycceius and Audoleon, kings of Paeonia, that they must be given ..."
  4. ^ Patraus's coin
  5. ^ 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 ..."
  6. ^ Atlas of Classical History by R. Talbert, 1989, page 63, "Getae under Cothelas"