List of state leaders in 1330s BC


List of state leaders in 1330s BC

1340s BC state leaders - Events of 1330s BC - 1320s BC state leaders - State leaders by year----

Africa

*Egypt (XVIII Dynasty)
**Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV), Pharaoh of Egypt (1352 BC1334 BC)
**Smenkhkare, Pharaoh of Egypt (1334 BC – 1333 BC)
**Neferneferuaten, Pharaoh of Egypt (1335 BC – 1333 BC)
**Tutankhamun, Pharaoh of Egypt (1333 BC – 1324 BC)

Asia

*China
**Shang dynasty (1600 BC - 1046 BC)
*Gojoseon (Korea) (legendary)
**Orumun, Korean monarch (1342 BC1322 BC)
*India (legendary)
**Srutanjaya, King of Magadha (1361 BC1321 BC)

Europe

*Athens (legendary)
**Cecrops II, King of Athens (1347 BC1307 BC)
*Ireland (legendary)
**Fiacha Finscothach, High King of Ireland (1353 BC1333 BC) "(According to the Annals of the Four Masters)"
**Muineamhón, High King of Ireland (1333 BC – 1328 BC) "(According to the Annals of the Four Masters)"

Middle East

*Assyria
**Ashur-uballit I, King of Assyria (1365 BC1330 BC)
*Babylon (Kassites)
**Burna-Buriaš II, King of Babylon (1361 BC1333 BC)
**Karahardaš, King of Babylon (1333 BC – 1331 BC)
**Nazibugaš, King of Babylon (1331 BC)
**Kurigalzu II, King of Babylon (1331 BC – 1306 BC)
*Elam (Igehalkid Dynasty)
**Ige-Halki (c. 1350 BC – c. 1330 BC)
*Hittite Empire
**Suppiluliuma I, Hittite King (c. 1344 BC1322 BC)
*Mitanni
**Shattiwaza or Mattivaza, son of Tushratta (1350 BC1320 BC)
*Ugarit
**Niqmaddu II, King of Ugarit (1349 BC1315 BC)


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