List of state leaders in the 3rd century

This is a list of state leaders in the 3rd century (201–300) AD.

Millennium: 1st millennium
Centuries:
Timelines:
State leaders:
Decades:
Categories: Births – Deaths
Establishments – Disestablishments
State leaders in the 2nd centuryState leaders in the 4th centuryState leaders by year

Africa

Africa: East

Africa: Northeast

  • Teritedakhatey, King (early 3rd century)
  • Aryesbokhe, King (early 3rd century)
  • Teqerideamani II, King (3rd century)
  • Maleqorobar, King (3rd century)
  • Yesbokheamani, King (c. 300)

Americas

Americas: Mesoamerica

Maya civilization

Asia

Asia: Central

Mongolia

Asia: East

China

  • Xian, Emperor (189–220)
  • Wu, Emperor (266–290)
  • Hui, Emperor (290–307)

Japan

Previous emperors are considered legendary.

Korea

Asia: Southeast

Cambodia

  • Fàn Shīmàn, King (early 3rd century)
  • Fàn Jīnshēng, King (c.230)
  • Fàn Zhān, King (c.230–c.243 or later)
  • Fàn Cháng, King (after 243)
  • Fàn Xún, King (c.250-287)

Indonesia: Java

  • Dewawarman III, King (2nd–3rd century)
  • Dewawarman IV, King (early 3rd century)
  • Dewawarman V, King (mid 3rd century)
  • Dewawarman VI, King (late 3rd century)

Vietnam

Asia: South

India

  • Sri Yajna Satakarni, King (172–201)
  • Vijaya Satakarni, King (201–207)
  • Chandra Sri Satakarni, King (207–214)
  • Pulumavi IV, King (217–224)
  • Rudrasena I, Satrap (200–222)
  • Prthivisena, Satrap (222)
  • Samghadaman, Satrap (222–223)
  • Damasena, Satrap (223–232)
  • Damajadasri II, Satrap (232–239)
  • Viradaman, Satrap (234–238)
  • Isvaradatta, Satrap (236–239)
  • Yasodaman I, Satrap (239)
  • Vijayasena, Satrap (239–250)
  • Damajadasri III, Satrap (251–255)
  • Rudrasena II, Satrap (255–277)
  • Visvasimha, Satrap (277–282)
  • Bhartrdaman, Satrap (282–295)
  • Visvasena, Satrap (293–304)

Pakistan

  • Kozana, Raja (c.200–220)
  • Bhimarjuna, Raja (c.220–235)
  • Koziya, Raja (c.235–265)
  • Datarvharna, Raja (c.265–280)
  • Datayola II, Raja (c.280–300)[2]

Sri Lanka

Asia: West

  • Abgar IX, client King under Rome (177–212)
  • Abgar X Severus bar Ma'nu, client King under Rome (212–214)
  • Abgar (X) Severus Bar Abgar (IX) Rabo, client King under Rome (214–216)
  • Ma’nu (IX) Bar Abgar (X) Severus, client King under Rome (216–242)
  • Abgar (XI) Farhat Bar Ma’nu (IX), client King under Rome (242–244)
  • Roman Empire: East –

Persia

  • Shahrat (Shahrad), client King under Parthia (c.213–224)
  • Maga, client King under Parthia (c.195–210)
  • Abinergaos III, client King under Parthia (c.210–222)
  • Unknown client King under Parthia (c.190–c.210)[3]
  • Unknown client King under Parthia (c.210–c.220)[4]
  • Orodes VI client King under Parthia (c.220–224)[5]

Europe

Europe: Central

Europe: East

Europe: Southcentral

Roman Empire

  • Caesar (282–283)
  • Co-Emperor (283–284)
  • Caesar (282–283)
  • Co-Emperor (283–284)
  • Emperor in civil war (284–285)
  • Emperor in civil war (284–285)
  • Sole Emperor (285–286)
  • Eastern Emperor (286–305)
  • Caesar (285–286)
  • Western Emperor (286–305)

Eurasia: Caucasus

References

  1. Rajesh Kumar Singh (2013). Ajanta Paintings: 86 Panels of Jatakas and Other Themes. Hari Sena. pp. 15–16. ISBN 9788192510750.
  2. Further Light on the Paratarajas
  3. According to Pakzadian, 2007: Unknown Kings 5th(E), 6th(F) and 7th(G)
  4. According to Pakzadian, 2007: Unknown Kings 8th(H) and 9th(I)
  5. According to Pakzadian, 2007: 10th Unknown client King under Parthia (J)
  6. Drinkwater (1987), p. 102.
  7. Richard Abdy. "The Domitian II coin from Chalgrove: a Gallic emperor returns to history". Retrieved 29 October 2013.
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