List of state leaders in the 11th century

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This is a list of state leaders in the 11th century (1001–1100) AD, except for the many leaders within the Holy Roman Empire.

Africa[edit]

Africa: Central[edit]

Chad

Africa: East[edit]

Ethiopia

Africa: Northeast[edit]

Egypt

Sudan

Africa: Northcentral[edit]

Ifriqiya

Africa: Northwest[edit]

Morocco

Africa: West[edit]

Nigeria

Asia[edit]

Asia: Central[edit]

Afghanistan

Mongolia

Tibet

Uzbekistan

Asia: East[edit]

Khitan China: Liao dynasty

China: Northern Song

China: Other states and entities

Japan

Korea

Asia: Southeast[edit]

Cambodia

Indonesia

Indonesia: Java
  • Prabu Brajawisesa, Maharaja (989–1012)
  • Prabu Dewa Sanghyang, Maharaja (1012–1019)
  • Prabu Sanghyang Ageng, Maharaja (1019–1030)
  • Prabu Detya Maharaja Sri Jayabupati, Maharaja (1030–1042)
  • Dharmaraja, Maharaja (1042–1064)
  • Prabu Langlangbhumi, Maharaja (1064–1154)
Indonesia: Sumatra
Shailendra dynasty
Palembang
  • Sri Deva, King (c.1028)
  • Kulothunga Chola I, King (c.1078)
Indonesia: Lesser Sunda Islands

Malaysia: Peninsular

Myanmar / Burma

Philippines

  • Kiling, Rajah (989–1009)
  • Sri Bata Shaja, Rajah (1011–?)

Thailand

  • Lao Som, King (early 11th century)
  • Lao Kuak, King (mid 11th century)
  • Lao Kiu, King (late 11th century)
  • Lao Chong, King (11th–12th century)

Vietnam

  • Yang Pu Ku Vijaya, King (c.998–1007)
  • Harivarman III, King (fl. 1010)
  • Paramesvaravarman II, King (fl.1018)
  • Vikrantavarman IV, King (?–1030)
  • Jaya Sinhavarman II, King (1030–1044)
  • Jaya Paramesvaravarman I, King (1044–?)
  • Bhadravarman III, King (?–1061)
  • Rudravarman III, King (1061–1074)
  • Harivarman IV, King (1074–1080)
  • Jaya Indravarman II, King (1080–1081, 1086–1114)
  • Paramabhodhisatva, King (1081–1086)

Asia: South[edit]

Afghanistan

Bengal and Northeast India

India

  • Sorha Deva, King (966–1006)
  • Dullah Rai, King (1006–1036)
  • Kakil, King (1036–1039)
  • Hanu, King (1039–1053)
  • Janddeo, King (1053–1070)
  • Pajjun Rai, King (1070–1094)
  • Malayasi, King (1094–1146)
  • Bhaskara Ravi Manukuladithya, King (962–1021)
  • Ravi Kotha Rajasimha, King (c.1021–c.1036)
  • Raja Raja, King (c.1036–1089)
  • Ravi Rama Rajadithya, King (c.1036–1089)
  • Adithyan Kotha Ranadithya, King (c.1036–1089)
  • Rama Varma Kulashekhara, King (1089–1102/22)
  • Vajrahasta Aniyakabhima, King (980–1015)[4]
  • Vajrahasta Anantavarman or Vajrahasta V, King (1038–?)
  • Rajaraja Devendravarman or Rajaraja Deva I, King (?–1078)
  • Anantavarman Chodaganga, King (1078–1150)[5]
  • Agasti Pal, King (995–1014)
  • Surati Pal, King (1015–1036)
  • Jay Pal, King (1037–1055)
  • Anant Pal I, King (1056–1072)
  • Anand Pal I, King (1072–1083)
  • Vibhog Pal, King (1084–1101)
  • Raghunath Sai, Raja (1005–1040)
Katyuri (complete list) –
  • Deshat Dev, King (1000–1015)
  • Padmata Dev, King (1015–1045)
  • Subhiksharaja Dev, King (1045–1060)
  • Dham Dev, King (?)
  • Bir Dev, King (?)[citation needed]
Chand (complete list) –
  • Vir Chand, King (1065–1080)
  • Rup Chand, King (1080–1093)
  • Laxmi Chand, King (1093–1113)[7]
  • Sangramaraja, King (1003–?)
  • Hariraja, King (1028)
  • Ananta-deva, King (1028–?)
  • Kalasha (Ranaditya II), King (1063–?)
  • Utkarsha, King (1089)
  • Harsha, King (1089–1101)
  • Dhurbhata, King (c.990–1000)
  • Mahi-pala, King (c.1000–1020)
  • Dhandhuka, King (c.1020–1040)
  • Punya-pala or Purna-pala, King (c.1040–1050)
  • Danti-varmman, King (c.1050–1060)
  • Krishna-deva, or Krishna-raja II, King (c.1060–1090)
  • Kakkala-deva, or Kakala-deva, King (c.1090–1115)[citation needed]

Pakistan

Sri Lanka

Asia: West[edit]

Mesopotamia

Emirate of Aleppo

Persia

Buyids in Fars
Buyids in Ray
Buyids in Iraq

Yemen

Europe[edit]

Europe: Balkans[edit]

thereafter ruled by kings of Hungary

Europe: British Isles[edit]

Great Britain: Scotland[edit]

Great Britain: England[edit]

Great Britain: Wales[edit]

Ireland[edit]

  • Áed mac Domnaill Ua Néill, King (989–1004)
  • Flaithbertach Ua Néill, King (1004–1031)
  • Áed mac Flaithbertaig Ua Néill, King (1031–1033)
  • Flaithbertach Ua Néill (again), King (1033–1036)
  • Niall mac Máel Sechnaill, King (1036–1061)
  • Ardgar mac Lochlainn, King (1061–1064)
  • Áed Ua hUalgairg, King (1064–1067)
  • Domnall mac Néill, King (1067–1068)
  • Áed mac Néill, King (1068–1083)
  • Donnchad mac Néill, King (1083–1083)
  • Domnall Ua Lochlainn, King (1083–1121)
  • Mac Leiginn mac Cerbaill, King (?–1022)
  • Cathalan Ua Crichain, King (?–1027)
  • Gilla Coluim ua Eichnech, King (?–1048)
  • Leathlobair Ua Laidhgnen, King (?–1053)
  • Leathlobair Ua Laidhgnen, King (?–1078)
  • Aodh Ua Baoigheallain, King (?–1093)
  • Ua Ainbhigh, King (?–1094)
  • Cu Caishil Ua Cerbaill, King (?–1101)
  • Niall Ó Ruairc, heir (1000–1001)
  • Aedh Ó Ruairc, King (?–1014/15)
  • Art an caileach Ó Ruairc, King (c.1020–c.1030)
  • Aedh Ó Ruairc, Lord (1029)
  • Art uallach (oirdnidhe) Ó Ruairc, King (c.1030–1046)
  • Niall Ó Ruairc, King (1047)
  • Domnall Ó Ruairc, Lord (c.1057)
  • Cathal Ó Ruairc, Lord (c.1051–1059)
  • Aedh in Gilla Braite Ó Ruairc, King (1066)
  • Aed Ó Ruairc, King (c.1067–1087)
  • Donnchadh cael Ó Ruairc, King (c.1084)
  • Ualgharg Ó Ruairc, heir (1085)
  • Máel Sechnaill mac Domnaill, King (975/976–1022)
  • Mael Sechnaill Got mac Mael Sechnaill, King (1022–1025)
  • Roen mac Muirchertaig, King (1025–1027)
  • Domnall Got, King (1027–1030)
  • Conchobar ua Mael Sechlainn, King (1030–1073)
  • Murchad mac Flainn Ua Mael Sechlainn, King (1073)
  • Mael Sechlainn Ban mac Conchobair Ua Mael Sechlainn, King (1073–1087)
  • Domnall mac Flainn Ua Mael Sechlainn, King (1087–1094)
  • Donnchad mac Murchada Ua Mael Sechlainn, King (1094–1105)
  • Conchobar mac Mael Sechlainn Ua Mael Sechlainn, King (1094–1105)
  • Eochaid mac Ardgail, King (972–1004)

Europe: Central[edit]

Holy Roman Empire in Germany

See also List of state leaders in the 11th-century Holy Roman Empire
  • Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor (996–1002), King (983–1002)
  • Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor (1014–1024), King (1002–1024)
  • Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor (1027–1039), King (1024–1039)
  • Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor (1046–1056), King (1028–1056)
  • Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor (1084–1105), King (1053–1087)
  • Conrad II of Italy, King (1087–1098)
  • Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor (1111–1125), King (1099–1125)

Hungary

Poland

Europe: East[edit]

  • Wsewolod Mstislawitsch of Volhynien, Duke (1170-1195)

Europe: Nordic[edit]

Denmark

Norway

Sweden

Europe: Southcentral[edit]

States of Italy in 1000 AD.
See also List of state leaders in the 11th-century Holy Roman Empire#Italy
to the papacy (1056–1057)

Southern Italy[edit]

Southern Italy

  • Pandulf II, Prince (981–1014)
  • Landulf V, co-ruler (987–1014), Prince (1014–1033)
  • Pandulf III, co-ruler (1012–1033), Prince (1033–1053)
  • Landulf VI, co-ruler (1038–1053), Prince (1059–1077)
  • Arduin, Margrave (c.990–1015)
  • Ja'far al-Kalbi, Emir (998–1019)
  • al-Akhal, Emir (1019–1037)
  • Abdallah, usurper emir (1037–1040)
  • Hasan as-Samsam, Emir (1040–1053)
  • Ayyub ibn Tamim, Emir (1065–1068)[13]
  • Bohemond I, Count (1085–1088), Prince (1088–1111)

Europe: Southwest[edit]

Iberian Peninsula: Christian[edit]

Iberian Peninsula: Christian

Iberian Peninsula: Muslim[edit]

Iberian Peninsula: Muslim

Marca Hispanica[edit]

Marca Hispanica

Europe: West[edit]

For the succeeding rulers of Burgundy (later called Arles), see List of state leaders in the 11th-century Holy Roman Empire#Burgundian-Low Countries
  • Otto, Duke (977–1012)

Eurasia: Caucasus[edit]

  • Sumbat III, King (992/993–1011)
  • John Abuser, King (1011–1030)
  • Abuser I Abuserisdze, King (c.1046/47)
  • Grigol Abuserisdze, King (1047–1070)
  • Abuser II Abuserisdze, King (11th/12th century)

Oceania[edit]

Chile

  • Uru Kenu, King (c.1000)
  • Te Rurua Tiki Te Hatu, King (?)
  • Nau Ta Mahiki, King (?)
  • Te Rika Tea, King (?)
  • Te Teratera, King (?)
  • Te Ria Kautahito (Hirakau-Tehito?), King (?)

Tonga

  • Fangaʻoneʻone, King (?)
  • Līhau, King (?)
  • Kofutu, King (?)
  • Kaloa, King (?)
  • Maʻuhau, King (?)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dates calculated on the basis of Lange, Diwan, 65–77; id., Kingdoms, 552.
  2. ^ See al-Nuwayri (v.2, App.1) and Ibn Khaldoun, v.2
  3. ^ L. Petech (1980), 'Ya-ts'e, Gu-ge, Pu-rang: A new study', The Central Asiatic Journal 24, pp. 85–111; R. Vitali (1996), The kingdoms of Gu.ge Pu.hrang. Dharamsala: Tho.ling gtsug.lag.khang.
  4. ^ Sailendra Nath Sen (1999). Ancient Indian History and Civilization. New Age International, 1999 - India - 668 pages. p. 437. ISBN 9788122411980.
  5. ^ Sen, Sailendra (2013). A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. Primus Books. pp. 35–36. ISBN 978-9-38060-734-4.
  6. ^ Rajiv Kumar Verma (2015). "Kalachuri Inscriptions : A Reflection of Dwindling Political Power" (PDF). Veethika. 1 (3).
  7. ^ Pandey(1993) pg197-332
  8. ^ Downham (2007) p. 197
  9. ^ Woolf (2007) p. 245
  10. ^ Duffy (1992) p. 100
  11. ^ The Old Slavonic is Свѧтопълкъ in the Cyrillic alphabet, the modern Ukrainian is Святополк, Polish is Świętopełk, Czech is Svatopluk, and Slovak is Svätopluk. Reconstructed, his name is Sventopluk. More commonly, his name is given in its Latin and Frankish equivalents: Suentopolcus, Suatopluk, Zventopluk, Zwentibald, Zwentibold, Zuentibold, or Zuentibald.
  12. ^ enumerated as successor of Conrad I who was German King 911–918 but not Emperor
  13. ^ "Kingdoms of Italy - Sicily". www.historyfiles.co.uk.
  14. ^ Bourgeois, 387.
  15. ^ Debord, 171; and Bourgeois, 387.
  16. ^ a b Debord, 171 and 212; and Bourgeois, 387.
  17. ^ Debord, 171 and 212.
  18. ^ a b "NORTHERN FRANCE, NOBILITY". Retrieved 4 November 2007.