List of state leaders in the 7th century BC

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This is a list of state leaders in the 7th century BC (700–601 BC).

Africa: North[edit]

Cyrene

Egypt's Third Intermediate Period and Kush

Egypt: Late Period

Asia[edit]

Asia: East[edit]

China: Spring and Autumn period

  • Huan, King (719–697 BC)
  • Zhuang, King (696–682 BC)
  • Xi, King (681–677 BC)
  • Hui, King (676–652 BC)
  • Xiang, King (651–619 BC)
  • Qing, King (618–613 BC)
  • Kuang, King (612–607 BC)
  • Ding, King (606–586 BC)
  • Huan, Marquis (714–695 BC)
  • Ai, Marquis (694–675 BC)
  • Mu, Marquis (674–646 BC)
  • Zhuang, Marquis (645–612 BC)
  • Wen, Marquis (611–592 BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (701–671 BC)
  • Li, Duke (670–662 BC)
  • Zhao, Duke (661–653 BC)
  • Gong, Duke (652–618 BC)
  • Wen, Duke (617–595 BC)
  • Li, Duke (706–700 BC BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (699–693 BC BC)
  • Xuan, Duke (692–648 BC BC)
  • Mu, Duke (647–632 BC BC)
  • Gong, Duke (631–614 BC BC)
  • Ling, Duke (7th century BC)
  • Xia Zhengshu, ruler (7th–6th century BC)
  • Wu, King (740–690 BC)
  • Wen, King (689–677 BC)
  • Du'ao, ruler (676–672 BC)
  • Cheng, King (671–626 BC)
  • Mu, King (625–614 BC)
  • Zhuang, King (613–591 BC)
  • Min, Marquis (704–678 BC)
  • Huan Shu of Quwo, ruler (745–732 BC)
  • Zhuang Bo of Quwo, ruler (731–716 BC)
  • Wu, Duke of Quwo (715–679 BC), of Jin (678–677 BC)
  • Xian, Duke (676–651 BC)
  • Xiqi, ruler (651 BC)
  • Zhuozi, ruler (651 BC)
  • Hui, Duke (650–637 BC)
  • Huai, Duke (637 BC)
  • Wen, Duke (636–628 BC)
  • Xiang, Duke (627–621 BC)
  • Ling, Duke (620–607 BC)
  • Cheng, Duke (606–600 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (711–694 BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (693–662 BC)
  • Ziban, ruler (662 BC)
  • Min, Duke (661–660 BC)
  • Xi, Duke (659–627 BC)
  • Wen I, Duke (626–609 BC)
  • Xuan, Duke (608–591 BC)
  • Xi, Duke (730–698 BC)
  • Xiang, Duke (697–686 BC)
  • Wuzhi, ruler (686 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (685–643 BC)
  • Wukui, ruler (643 BC)
  • Xiao, Duke (642–633 BC)
  • Zhao, Duke (632–613 BC)
  • She, ruler (613 BC)
  • , Duke (612–609 BC)
  • Hui, Duke (608–599 BC)
  • Chuzi I, Duke (703–698 BC)
  • Wu, Duke (697–678 BC)
  • De, Duke (677–676 BC)
  • Xuan, Duke (675–664 BC)
  • Cheng, Duke (663–660 BC)
  • Mu, Duke (659–621 BC)
  • Kang, Duke (620–609 BC)
  • Gong, Duke (608–604 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (603–577 BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (710–692 BC)
  • Min, Duke (691–682 BC)
  • You,, Duke (3 months)
  • Huan, Duke (681–651 BC)
  • Xiang, Duke (650–637 BC)
  • Cheng, Duke (636–620 BC)
  • Yu, Duke (a month)
  • Zhao, Duke (619–611 BC)
  • Wen, Duke (610–589 BC)
  • Xuan, Duke (718–700 BC)
  • Hui, Duke (699–669 BC)
  • Yi, Duke (668–661 BC)
  • Dai, Duke (660 BC)
  • Wen, Duke (659–635 BC)
  • Cheng, Duke (634–600 BC)
  • Zhao, Duke (701 BC, 696–695 BC)
  • Li, Duke (700–697 BC, 679–673 BC)
  • Ziwei, Prince (694 BC)
  • Zheng Ziying, ruler (693–680 BC)
  • Wen, Duke (672–628 BC)
  • Mu, Duke (627–606 BC)
  • Ling, Duke (605 BC)
  • Xiang, Duke (604–587 BC)

Asia: South[edit]

  • Varttivarddhana

Asia: West[edit]

  • Shutur-Nahhunte II, King (717–699 BC)
  • Hallushu-Inshushinak, King (699–693 BC)
  • Kutir-Nahhunte III, King (693–692 BC)
  • Humban-Numena III, King (692–688 BC)
  • Humban-Haltash I, King (688–681 BC)
  • Humban-Haltash II, King (681–675 BC)
  • Urtak-Inshushinak, King (675–663 BC)
  • Temti-Humban-Inshushinak I, King (663–653 BC)
  • Humban-Nikash II, King (653–651 BC)
  • Tammaritu, King (652–649 BC)
  • Indabibi, King (649 BC–?)
  • Humban-Haltash III, King (post-648–645/4 BC)
  • Tammaritu, King (647–647 BC)
  • Humban-Nikash III, King (647–647 BC)
  • Umhuluma, King (647–647 BC)
  • Indattu-Inshushinak IV, King (647 BC–?)
  • Humban-Hapua, King (647 BC)
  • Pa'e, King (646–post-645/4 BC)
  • Shutur-Nahhunte III, King (646 BC–?)
  • Humban-Kitin, King (last quarter of 7th century BC)
  • Humban-Tahrah II, King (7th/6th century)
  • Hallutash-Inshushinak, King (7th/6th century)
Chronologies as established by Albright
  • Dynasty IX of Babylon
  • Gyges, King (716–678 BC or c.680–644 BC)
  • Ardys II, King (678–629 BC or 644–c.625 BC)
  • Sadyattes, King (629–617 BC or c.625–c.600 BC)
  • Alyattes II, King (617–560 BC or c.600–560 BC)

Europe[edit]

Europe: Balkans[edit]

Europe: South[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unless otherwise indicated, the names and dates of archons down to 481/0 BC are taken from T. J. Cadoux, "The Athenian Archons from Kreon to Hypsichides", Journal of Hellenic Studies, 68 (1948), pp. 70–123
  2. ^ a b Cadoux notes "We cannot be sure that it was the same man who held the second archonship, nor, if we held that it was, do we know anything of the circumstances under which this happened. Nor, again, do we know if this man or men belonged to the Philaid family." ("Athenian Archons", p. 90)
  3. ^ Cadoux notes this entry is based on a surviving passage of Hippys of Rhegion which is very obscure; Hippys states one Epainetos was king at Athens in the 36th Olympiad. However, this statement is full of mistakes which makes Cadooux suspicious of this passage. ("Athenian Archons", p. 91)