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Name Tenure
Family Chart
Carchemish, Karkamish, Europos (Turkey, Syria)
Earliest known settlement 5th millenium BC
Subject to the king of Elba end of 3rd millenium BC
Local dynasty rule 1700s BC
Kings of Carchemish
Aplahanda 1700s BC
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Subject to Aleppo as Capital of Yamhad
Subject to Mitanni kingdom 1500s BC
►Hittite conquest 1327 BC
Viceroys of Carchemish (for the Hittites)
Sharri-Kushuh c1498-c1313 BC†
Hittites (1445)
►Assyrian invasion and occupation c. 1313 BC
Shahurunuwa c1313 BC
Hittites (1445)
Ini-Teshub 1200s BC
Hittites (1445)
Talmi-Teshub 1100s BC
Hittites (1445)
Kunzi-Teshub? (K of Carchemish)   c1100s BC
Hittites (1445)
Kings of Carchemish
Kunzi-Teshub 1100s BC
Hittites (1445)
Ir-Teshub? 1100s BC
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Ini-Teshub? 1100s/1000s BC
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Tudhaliya? 1000s/900s BC
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x-pa-ziti 1000s/900s BC
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Ura-Tarhunza 1000s/900s BC
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Rulers of Carchemish
Suhi I c950 BC
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Astuwatamanza 900s BC
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Suhi II 900s BC
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Katuwa 900s-800s BC
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Sangara fl. c870-48 BC
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Assyrian overlordship c. 870 BC
Astiruwa 800s-700s
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Yariri 700s
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Rulers of Carchemish
Kamani 700s
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NN 700s
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Pisiri fl. 738-17 BC dep
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To Assyria 717 BC
Abandoned 605 BC
►Partial reoccupation as Europos during Hellenistic period
Carthage
Kings and Queens of Carthage
Dido -
Greek Mythology (M10-H)
Chief generals of the Empire of Carthage
Hamilcar c237->229 BC†
Barcid (3142)
Hasdrubal >229-221 BC†
(3142)
221-199 BC, res; †182 BC
Barcid (3142)
East Bengal and Assam (Bangladesh, India)
Part of Bengal until 1905
►To Province of East Bengal and Assam 1905-12
Lieutenant Governors of East Bengal and Assam (for Britain)
J.B. Fuller 1905-06
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Sir Lancelot Hare 1906-11
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Charles Bayley 1911-12
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Division of East Bengal (returned to Bengal) and the province of Assam 1912
Hittite Empire (Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine, Cyprus)
To the Hittites, late Bronze Age
Kings of the Hittites/Kings of Hatti
The Old Kingdom
Labarna c1680-c50 BC
Hittites (1445)
Hattusili I c1650-c20 BC†
Hittites (1445)
Mursili I c1620-c1590 BC†
Hittites (1445)
Hantili I c1590-c60 BC
Hittites (1445)
Zidanta I c1560-c50 BC†
Hittites (1445)
Ammuna c1550-c30 BC†
Hittites (1445)
Huzziya I c1530-c25 BC dep; †>c1525 BC 
Hittites (1445)
Telipinu c1525-c1500 BC†
Hittites (1445)
Alluwama c1500-? BC
Hittites (1445)
1500s/1400s BC
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Hantili II 1400s BC
Hittites (1445)
Zidanta II 1400s
Hittites (1445)
Huzziya II c1400 BC
Hittites (1445)
c1400s BC
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The New Kingdom
c1400-c1380 BC†
Hittites (1445)
c1380-c60 BC†
Hittites (1445)
1300s BC
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c1360-c50 BC
Hittites (1445)
Tudhaliya c1350 BC†
Hittites (1445)
Suppiluliuma I c1350-c22 BC†
Hittites (1445)
c1322 BC-c21 BC†
Hittites (1445)
c1321-c1295 BC†
Hittites (1445)
c1295-c72 BC†
Hittites (1445)
c1272-c67 BC dep
Hittites (1445)
c1267-c37 BC†
Hittites (1445)
c1237-c28 BC
Hittites (1445)
c1228-c27 BC?
Hittites (1445)
c1227-c09 BC†
Hittites (1445)
1209-07 BC
Hittites (1445)
1207->c1180 BC
Hittites (1445)
►Collapse of the Hittite Empire early 12th century BC
Tuhkanto (crown prince)
1300s BC
Hittites (1445)
1200s BC
Hittites (1445)
Tawananna (official queen consort)
1600s BC
(1445)
Daduhepa
1300s BC
(1445)
Henti
1300s BC
(1445)
Tawananna
1300s BC
Kassite (2171)
1300s BC
(1445)
1200s BC
(1445)
Holy Roman Empire (see Germany)
Kohistan-i-Jammu
Faujdars of Kohistan-i-Jammu
Amir Khan Mir Miran Yazdi III 1658-66; †1699
Yazdi (4992)
Mitanni, Hanigalbat, Naharina, Hurri (Turkey, Syria)
Kings of Mitanni
1500/1400s BC
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1400s BC
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Parattarna mid-1400s BC
Mitanni (1949)
Saushtatar c1430s BC
Mitanni (1949)
Artatama I c1390s BC
Mitanni (1949)
Shuttarna II c1360s BC
Mitanni (1949)
Artashumara c1350s BC
Mitanni (1949)
Tushratta c1350s BC dep
Mitanni (1949)
Artatama 'II' (claimant) 1300s BC
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c1340 BC-<1290 BC
Mitanni (1949)
1300s BC
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>1340 BC-1290 BC
Mitanni (1949)
Vassal of the Hittite Empire
c1290 BC
Mitanni (1949)
Vassal of Assyria
c1290s BC
Mitanni (1949)
c1240 BC
Mitanni (1949)
►Annexation by Assyria
Ottoman Empire (see Turkey)
Timurid Empire
(Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Iraq, Iran, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Syria, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, China, Russia, Pakistan, India, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzsta, Kazakhstan, Armenia)
Rulers/Heads of the Timurid Empire
Timur 1370-1405†
Timurid (4449)
Khalil Sultan 1405-09 dep; †1411
Timurid (4449)
Sharukh 1409-47†
Timurid (4449)
Ulugh Beg 1447-49†
Timurid (4449)
Abd al-Latif 1449-50†
Timurid (4449)
Abd Allah 1450-51 dep; †1451
Timurid (4449)
Abu Sa'id 1451-69†
Timurid (4449)
Ahmad 1469-94†
Timurid (4449)
Mahmud 1494-95†
Timurid (4449)
Babur (Mughal Emp) (1) 1497; †1530
Mughals (3222)
Babur (Mughal Emp) (2) 1500; †1530
Mughals (3222)

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