List of state leaders in the 14th century

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This is a list of state leaders in the 14th century (1301–1400) AD.

Africa[edit]

Africa: Central[edit]

Angola

Cameroon

Chad

To the Bornu Empire in West Africa

Africa: East[edit]

Great Lakes area

Uganda

Horn of Africa area

Ethiopia
  • Minjo, King (c.1390)
Somalia
  • Garaad Dhidhin, King (1298–1311)
  • Garaad Hamar Gale, King (1311–1328)
  • Garaad Ibrahim, King (1328–1340)
  • Garaad Omer, King (1340–1355)
  • Garaad Mohamud I, King (1355–1375)
  • Garaad Ciise I, King (1375–1392)
  • Garaad Siciid, King (1392–1409)

Africa: Northeast[edit]

Egypt

Sudan

Africa: Northcentral[edit]

Ifriqiya

Africa: Northwest[edit]

Morocco

Africa: West[edit]

Benin

  • Udagbedo, Oba (1292–1329)[3]
  • Ohen, Oba (1329–1366)
  • Egbeka, Oba (1366–1397)
  • Orobiru, Oba (1397–1434)

Burkina Faso

  • Untani, Nunbado (1292–1336)
  • Banydoba, Nunbado (1336–1380)
  • Labi Diebo, Nunbado (1380–1395)
  • Tenin, Nunbado (1395–1425)

Nigeria

From the Kanem Empire in Central Africa
  • Oranyan, Alaafin (c.1300–?)
  • Ajaka, Alaafin (14th century)
  • Shango, Alaafin (14th century)
  • Ajaka, Alaafin (14th century)
  • Aganju, Alaafin (?–c.1400)

Senegal

Asia[edit]

Asia: Central[edit]

Mongolia

  • Temür, Khan / Emperor (1294–1307)

Kazakhstan

From 1370 on, the Chagatai Khans were puppets of Timur
  • Unaširi, Khan (1380-1393)
  • Engke Temür, Khan (1393-1405)

Russia

Tibet

Asia: East[edit]

China: Yuan dynasty

China: Ming dynasty

  • Hongwu, Prince (1364–1368), Emperor (1368–1398)
  • Jianwen, Emperor (1398–1402)

Japan: Main

Japan: Ryukyu Kingdoms

Tributary state of the Ming dynasty
  • Satto, Chief (1355–1397)
  • Bunei, Chief (1398–1406)
Tributary state of the Ming dynasty
Tributary state of the Ming dynasty
  • Haniji, Chief (1322–1395)
  • Min, Chief (1396–1400)

Korea

Mongolia

Asia: Southeast[edit]

Asia: South[edit]

Bengal

Maldives

Theemuge dynasty
Hilaalee Dynasty

Nepal

Sri Lanka

Europe[edit]

Europe: Balkans[edit]

Europe: British Isles[edit]

Scotland

Ireland

Europe: Central[edit]

Europe: East[edit]

Europe: Nordic[edit]

Personal union of Denmark and Norway
Personal union of Denmark and Norway

Europe: Southcentral[edit]

Europe: Southwest[edit]

Iberian Peninsula: Christian

Marca Hispanica

Europe: West[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dates calculated on the basis of Lange, Diwan, 65-77; id., Kingdoms, 552.
  2. ^ C.F. Beckingham and G.W.B. Huntingford, Some Records of Ethiopia, 1593–1646 (London: Hakluyt Society, 1954), p. lvi. Amnon Orent, "Refocusing on the History of Kafa prior to 1897: A Discussion of Political Processes" in African Historical Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2. (1970), p. 268.
  3. ^ "Oba Ewuare II Coronation Speech 2016". Retrieved 2017-07-09. 
  4. ^ Dates calculated on the basis of Lange, Diwan, 77-94; id., Kingdoms, 552.
  5. ^ 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.
  6. ^ Giuseppe Tucci, Tibetan Painted Scrolls. [Rome 1949; Giuseppe Tucci, Deb T'er Dmar Po Gsarma. Rome 1971; Per K. Sørensen & Guntram Hazod, Rulers on the Celestial Plain. Wien 2007; Olaf Czaja, Medieval rule in Tibet, Vol. I-II. Wien 2013.
  7. ^ Nussbaum, "Hisaakira Shinnō" at p. 321.
  8. ^ Nussbaum, "Morikuni Shinnō" at p. 660.
  9. ^ Nussbaum, "Hōjō Sadatoki" at p. 340.
  10. ^ Nussbaum, "Hōjō Morotoki" at p. 340.
  11. ^ Nussbaum, "Hōjō Takatoki" at p. 340.
  12. ^ 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.