List of state leaders in the 8th century

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

Africa[edit]

Africa: Northeast[edit]

Africa: Northcentral[edit]

  • ʿAbdu r-Rahman ibn Bahram ibn Rūstam (Bānū-Bādūsyān), Imam (776–788)
  • ʿAbdu l-Wahhab ibn Abd ar-Rahman, Imam (788–824)

Africa: Northwest[edit]

Americas[edit]

Americas: Mesoamerica[edit]

Maya civilization

Asia[edit]

Asia: Central[edit]

Tibet

Asia: East[edit]

Turks

  • Kutlug I Bilge, Khagan (744–747)
  • Bayanchur, Khagan (747–759)
  • Qutlugh tarqan sengün, Khagan (759–779)
  • Alp qutlugh bilge, Khagan (779–789)
  • Ai tengride bulmïsh külüg bilge, Khagan (789–790)
  • Qutlugh bilge, Khagan (790–795)
  • Ai tengride ülüg bulmïsh alp qutlugh ulugh bilge, Khagan (795–808)

China: Tang dynasty

Japan

Korea: North–South States Period

  • Go, King (698–719)
  • Mu, King (719–737)
  • Mun, King (737–793)
  • Dae Won-ui, King (793)
  • Seong, King (793–794)
  • Gang, King (794–809)

Asia: Southeast[edit]

Cambodia

Indonesia: Java

  • Dewasimha, King (7th/8th century)
  • Gajayana, King (8th century)
  • A[…]nana, King (fl.760)
  • Tarusbawa, Maharaja (669–723)
  • Sanjaya, Maharaja (723)
  • Rakeyan Panaraban, Maharaja (732–739)
  • Rakeyan Banga, Maharaja (739–766)
  • Rakeyan Medang Prabu Hulukujang, Maharaja (766–783)
  • Prabu Gilingwesi, Maharaja (783–795)
  • Pucukbumi Darmeswara, Maharaja (795–819)
  • Wretikandayun, Maharaja (612-702)
  • Mandiminyak, Maharaja (702-709)
  • Bratasena, Maharaja (709-716)
  • Purbasora, Maharaja (716-723)
  • Premanadikusuma, Maharaja (723-732)
  • Tamperan Barmawijaya, Maharaja (732-739)
  • Manarah, Maharaja (739-783)
  • Guruminda Sang Minisri, Maharaja (783-799)

Malaysia: Peninsular

  • DiMaharaja Putra II, Maharaja (c.660–712)
  • Darma Maharaja, Maharaja (c.712–788)
  • Maha Jiwa, Maharaja (c.788–832)[citation needed]

Thailand

  • Lao Sao, King (7th–8th century)
  • Lao Tang, King (early 8th century)
  • Lao Ghrom, King (mid 8th century)
  • Lao Lheaw, King (late 8th century)
  • Lao Gab, King (8th–9th century)

Vietnam

  • Vikrantavarman II, King (c.686–c.731)
  • Rudravarman II, King (c.731–c.758)
  • Prithindravarman, King (c.758–?)
  • Satyavarman, King (c.770–c.787)
  • Indravarman I, King (c.787–c.803)

Asia: South[edit]

Afghanistan

Bengal and Northeast India

  • Kumara, King (695–710)
  • Vajra, King (710–725)
  • Harshavarman, King (725–745)
  • Balavarman II, King (745–760)
  • Salambha, King (795–815)
  • Rajabhat, King (673–707)
  • Balabhat, King (707–716)

India

  • Shankaragana I, King (750–775)[5]
  • Śīlāditya III, King (c.690–c.710)
  • Śīlāditya IV, King (c.710–c.740)
  • Śīlāditya V, King (c.740–c.762)
  • Śīlāditya VI Dhrubhatta, King (c.762–c.776)
  • Upendra, King (c.800–c.818)
  • Bappa Rawal, Rajput (728–753)
  • Khumman, Rajput (753–773)
  • Mathatt, Rajput (773–790)
  • Bhathabhatt, Rajput (790–813)

Sri Lanka

Asia: West[edit]

Syria

Mesopotamia

Tabaristan

Yemen

Europe[edit]

Europe: Balkans[edit]

Europe: British Isles[edit]

Great Britain: Scotland

  • Tudwal [br], King (c.710)
  • Sandde, King (c.730)
  • Elidyr, King (c.790)

Great Britain: Northumbria

Great Britain: England

  • King (798–812)
  • Duke (812–825)

Great Britain: Wales

Ireland

  • Dub Dothra, King (c.743)
  • Cormacc mac Duibh Dá Críoch, King (c.790)
  • Muircheartach mac Donnghal, King (c.800–806)

Europe: Central[edit]

  • Lullus, Prince-archbishop (754–786)
  • Richholf, Prince-archbishop (787–813)

Europe: East[edit]

Ashina dynasty: Khazar Khagans
Khazar Beks
Bulanid dynasty

Europe: Nordic[edit]

House of Ynglings/Scylfings
House of Ivar Vidfamne

Europe: Southcentral[edit]

Europe: Southwest[edit]

Iberian Peninsula

Marca Hispanica

Europe: West[edit]

Franks

  • Mayor of the Palace (680–714)
  • Duke and Prince of the Franks (687–714)
  • Duke and Prince of the Franks (714–741)
  • Acting King of the Franks (737–741)
  • Mayor of the Palace (741–751)
  • King (751–768)
  • Ithier, Count (c.758)
  • Blandin, Count (760–763)
  • Chilping, Count (763–765)
  • Bertmond, Count (765–778)
  • Icterius, Count (778–?)
  • Guerin of Provence, Count (819–839)

Eurasia: Caucasus[edit]

  • Constantine I, King (c.680–710)
  • Theodor, King (c.710–730)
  • Constantine II, King (c.730–745)
  • Leon I, King (c.745–767)
  • Leon II, King (c.767–811)
  • Shakhbal ibn Abdullah, Shamkhal (c.740)

Oceania[edit]

Easter Island

  • Tuu Ka(u)nga te Mamaru, King (?)
  • Takahita, King (?)
  • Ouaraa, King (c.800)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Talbi (ref. cited above) notes that in fact there is no contemporary record of him being anything other than a Sufri Kharijite, and that it may have been a myth propagated by Yunus
  2. ^ Dates with question marks are calculated on the basis of a secondary source [1][permanent dead link]. Other info is from Ibn Khaldun.
  3. ^ "The Countenance of the other, ruler (The Coins of the Huns and Western Turks in Central Asia and India) 2012–2013 exhibit: Kabulistan and Bactria at the time of "Khorasan Tegin Shah" Digitaler Ausstellungskatalog". pro.geo.univie.ac.at. Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna.
  4. ^ Balogh, Dániel (12 March 2020). Hunnic Peoples in Central and South Asia: Sources for their Origin and History. Barkhuis. p. 104. ISBN 978-94-93194-01-4.
  5. ^ Rajiv Kumar Verma (2015). "Kalachuri Inscriptions : A Reflection of Dwindling Political Power" (PDF). Veethika. 1 (3).
  6. ^ a b Sen, Sailendra (2013). A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. Primus Books. pp. 41–42. ISBN 978-9-38060-734-4.
  7. ^ Pierce, Thomas. Welsh Biography Online. "Morgan Mwynfawr". The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 2009. Accessed 22 Feb 2013.
  8. ^ a b c d e Wickham (1981), 224–25.
  9. ^ Grierson and Blackburn (1986), 68, give a date of 731.
  10. ^ Wickham (1981), 44.
  11. ^ Grierson and Blackburn (1986), 68.
  12. ^ Hallenbeck (1982), 39–40, says 740–41.