List of state leaders in the 5th century

This is a list of state leaders in the 5th century (401–500) AD.

Lists of state leaders by century:
See also:
Millennium: 1st millennium
Centuries:
Timelines:
State leaders:
Decades:
Categories: BirthsDeaths
EstablishmentsDisestablishments

AfricaEdit

Africa: EastEdit

  • Eon, King (c.400)
  • Ebana, King (f. 5th century)
  • Nezool, King (f. 5th century)
  • Ousas, King (c.500)

Africa: NorthcentralEdit

AmericasEdit

Americas: MesoamericaEdit

Maya civilization

AsiaEdit

Asia: CentralEdit

  • Kàn Bózhōu, ruler (460-477)
  • Kàn Yìchéng, ruler (477-478)
  • Kàn Shǒugūi, ruler (478-488/491)
  • Zhāng Mèngmíng, ruler (488/491-496)
  • Mǎ Rú, ruler (496-501)

Asia: EastEdit

China: Jin dynasty and Sixteen Kingdoms

  • An, Emperor (396–419)
  • Gong, Emperor (419–420)

China: Northern dynasties

China: Southern dynasties

  • Wu, Emperor (420–422)
  • Shao, Emperor (422–424)
  • Wen, Emperor (424–453)
  • Yuanxiong, Emperor (453–454)
  • Xiaowu, Emperor (454–464)
  • Qianfei, Emperor (465)
  • Ming, Emperor (465–472)
  • Houfei, Emperor (473–477)
  • Shun, Emperor (477–479)

Japan

Korea

Asia: SoutheastEdit

Cambodia

  • Zhāntán, King (c.357)
  • Qiáochénrú, King (c.420)
  • Chílítuóbámó, King (c.430–c.440)
  • Qiáochénrú Shéyébámó, King (484–514)

Indonesia

Indonesia: Java
  • Purnawarman, King (395–434)
  • Wisnuwarman, King (434–455)
  • Indrawarman, King (455–515)
Indonesia: Sumatra
  • Prabhava Sangkala, King (c.416)
  • Sri Varanarendra, King (c.460)[1]: 55 
Indonesia: Kalimantan (Borneo)

Malaysia: Peninsular

  • DiMaharaja Putra, Maharaja (c.390–440)
  • Maha Dewa I, Maharaja (c.440–465)
  • Karna DiMaharaja, Maharaja (c.465–512)[citation needed]

Thailand

Vietnam

Asia: SouthEdit

Northeast India

India

  • Indravarman I, King (496–535)[2]
  • Harivarman, King (390–410)
  • Vishnugopa, King (410–430)
  • Madhava III Tandangala, King (430–469)
  • Avinita, King (469–529)
  • Bhageerath, Maharaja (390–415)
  • Raghu, Maharaja (415–435)
  • Kakusthavarma, Maharaja (435–455)
  • Santivarma, Maharaja (455–460)
  • Shiva Mandhatri, Maharaja (460–475)
  • Mrigeshavarma, Maharaja (475–485)
  • Ravivarma, Maharaja (485–519)
  • Krishna Varma I, Maharaja (455–475)
  • Vishnuvarma, Maharaja (475–485)
  • Simhavarma, Maharaja (485–516)
  • Bhatarka, Senapati (c.470–c.492)
  • Dharasena I, Senapati (c.493–c.499)
  • Dronasinha, Maharaja (c.500–c.520)
  • Madhava Varma I, Maharaja (c.420–c.455)
  • Madhava Varma II, Maharaja (c.440–c.460)

Sri Lanka

Asia: WestEdit

Persia

  • Yazdegerd I, Shahanshah, King of Kings (399–420)
  • Shapur IV,§ Shahanshah, King of Kings (420)
  • Khosrau the Usurper,§ Shahanshah, King of Kings (420)
  • Bahram V, Shahanshah, King of Kings (420–438)
  • Yazdegerd II, Shahanshah, King of Kings (438–457)
  • Hormizd III, Shahanshah, King of Kings (457–459)
  • Peroz I, Shahanshah, King of Kings (459–484)
  • Balash, Shahanshah, King of Kings (484–488)
  • Kavadh I, Shahanshah, King of Kings (488–496)
  • Djamasp, Shahanshah, King of Kings (496–498)
  • Kavadh I, Shahanshah, King of Kings (498–496, 499–531)

EuropeEdit

Europe: BalkansEdit

  • Junior Emperor (383–395)
  • Eastern Emperor (395–408)
  • Eastern Emperor (474–475)
  • Emperor (476–491)

Europe: British IslesEdit

Great Britain: Scotland

Great Britain: England

  • Aelle, King (c.477–c.514)

Great Britain: Wales

Ireland

These kings are generally though historical, but dates are uncertain and naming some High Kings may be anachronistic or inaccurate.

Europe: CentralEdit

Europe: EastEdit

Europe: NordicEdit

Europe: SouthcentralEdit

  • Claffo, King (c.490–500)
  • Tato, King (c.500–510)

Europe: WestEdit

  • Gebicca, King (late 4th century–c.407)
  • Gundomar I, King (c.407–411)
  • Giselher, King (c.411–?)
  • Gunther, King (?–437)
  • Gondioc, King (436–473)
  • Chilperic I, King in opposition (443–c.480)
  • Gundobad, King in Lyon and Burgundy (473–516)
  • Chilperic II, King in Valence (473–493)
  • Gundomar/Godomar, King in Vienne (473–486)
  • Godegisel, King in Vienne and Geneva (473–500)
  • Godigisel, King (359–407)
  • Gunderic, King (407–428)
  • His successor establishes the Vandal Kingdom in Africa

Eurasia: CaucasusEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Coedès, George (1968). Walter F. Vella (ed.). The Indianized States of Southeast Asia. trans.Susan Brown Cowing. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 978-0-8248-0368-1.
  2. ^ Sen, Sailendra (2013). A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. Primus Books. pp. 36–37. ISBN 978-93-80607-34-4.