List of state leaders in the 8th century BC

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This is a list of state leaders in the 8th century BC (800–701 BC).

Africa: North[edit]

Carthage

  • Dido, Queen (814–c.760 BC)

Kush and Egypt's Third Intermediate Period

  • Alara, King (c.795–752 BC)
  • Kashta, King (c.765–752 BC)
  • Kashta, Pharaoh (c.760–c.752 BC)
  • Piye, Pharaoh (c.752–721 BC)
  • Shabaka, Pharaoh (721–707 BC)
  • Shebitku, Pharaoh (707–690 BC)

Asia[edit]

Asia: East[edit]

China: Spring and Autumn period

  • Ping, King (770–720 BC)
  • Huan, King (719–697 BC)
  • Xi, Marquis (809–761 BC)
  • Gòng, Marquis (761–760 BC)
  • Dai, Marquis (759–750 BC)
  • Xuan, Marquis (749–715 BC)
  • Huan, Marquis (714–695 BC)
  • Hui, Count (794–760 BC)
  • Fei, Count (760–760 BC)
  • Mu, Duke (759–757 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (756–702 BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (701–671 BC)
  • Ping, Duke (777–755 BC BC)
  • Wen, Duke (754–745 BC BC)
  • Huan, Duke (744–707 BC BC)
  • Tuo, usurper ruler (707–706 BC BC)
  • Li, Duke (706–700 BC BC)
  • Ruo'ao, ruler (790–764 BC)
  • Xiao'ao, ruler (763–758 BC)
  • Fenmao, ruler (757–741 BC)
  • Wu, King (740–690 BC)
  • Wen, Marquis (780–746 BC)
  • Zhao, Marquis (745–740 BC)
  • Xiao, Marquis (739–724 BC)
  • E, Marquis (723–718 BC)
  • Ai, Marquis (717–709 BC)
  • Xiaozi, Marquis (708–705 BC)
  • Min, Marquis (704–678 BC)
  • Xiao, Duke (795–769 BC)
  • Hui, Duke (768–723 BC)
  • Yin, Duke (722–712 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (711–694 BC)
  • Zhuang I, Duke (794–731 BC)
  • Xi, Duke (730–698 BC)
  • Xiang, Duke (777–766 BC)
  • Wen, Duke (765–716 BC)
  • Xian, Duke (715–704 BC)
  • Chuzi I, Duke (703–698 BC)
  • Dai, Duke (799–766 BC)
  • Wu, Duke (765–748 BC)
  • Xuan, Duke (747–729 BC)
  • Mu, Duke (728–720 BC)
  • Shang, Duke (719–711 BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (710–692 BC)
  • Wu, Duke (812–758 BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (757–735 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (734–719 BC)
  • Xuan, Duke (718–700 BC)
  • Huan, Duke (806–771 BC)
  • Wu, Duke (770–744 BC)
  • Zhuang, Duke (743–701 BC)
  • Zhao, Duke (701 BC, 696–695 BC)

Asia: South[edit]

Brihadratha dynasty
  • Ripunjaya, King (849–799 BC)
Pradyota Dynasty
  • Pradyota
  • Palaka
  • Visakhayupa
  • Ajaka

Asia: West[edit]

  • Humban-Tahrah I, King (?–743 BC)
  • Humban-Nikash I, King (743–717 BC)
  • Shutur-Nahhunte II, King (717–699 BC)
Chronologies as established by Albright
Chronologies as established by Albright
  • Dynasty IX of Babylon
  • Meles, aka Myrsus (8th century BC)
  • Candaules, aka Myrsilus (died c.687 BC)

Europe: Balkans[edit]

  • Thespieus, Life Archon (824–797 BC)
  • Agamestor, Life Archon (796–778 BC)
  • Aeschylus, Life Archon (778–755 BC)
  • Alcmaeon, Life Archon (755–753 BC)
  • Charops, Decennial Archon (753–743 BC)
  • Aesimides, Decennial Archon (743–733 BC)
  • Clidicus, Decennial Archon (733–723 BC)
  • Hippomenes, Decennial Archon (723–713 BC)
  • Leocrates, Decennial Archon (713–703 BC)

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Noel Freedman; Allen C. Myers (31 December 2000). Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. Amsterdam University Press. p. 84. ISBN 978-90-5356-503-2.