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Top Ukrainian rulers: All

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Oct 21 2010
1 Attila the Hun, Yabgu of Western Huns (Kara Bulgar) (434–445), Khagan (445–453) 6587
2 Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev (26 December 1947 – 16 December 1949) (2nd time) 5317
3 Alexander Nevsky (1249–1263) 1984
4 Mithridates VI of Pontus (108 BC – 64 BC) 730
5 Yuri Dolgorukiy (1155–1157) (second time) 576
6 Vladimir II Monomakh, 1076–1078 (first time) 311
7 Lazar Moiseyevich Kaganovich (3 March – 26 December 1947) (2nd time) 255
8 Vladimir Antonovich Ivashko (28 September 1989 – 22 June 1990) 231
9 Kubrat (632–660) extended dominion of Great Bulgarian Onoguria into Pannonia placing Pseudo-Avars under Kuber in Sirmium. 163
10 Nikolay Viktorovich Podgorny (26 December 1957 – 2 July 1963) 149
11 Daniel of Galicia (1239–1240) 146
12 Bleda, Khagan and ruler of Eastern Huns (Ak Bulgar) (434–445) 140
13 Vsevolod I of Kiev, 1054–1076 130
14 Vsevolod the Big Nest, ?-1206 123
15 Roman II the Great (1203–1205) 109
16 Pharnaces (64 BC – 47 BC) 104
17 Donatus, Khan of the Eastern Huns (ca.382–412) 100
18 Dengizich aka Tengiz (Diggiz), ruler of the Akatziroi, (454–468) 88
19 Ellac aka Ellak, Khagan and ruler of the Sabirs (453–454) 87
20 Devlet I Giray, 1551–1577 86
21 Mugel (528–530) breaks alliance with Byzantium 85
22 Yaroslav II of Vladimir (1143–1246) (second time) 80
23 Fritigern aka Frithugairns ("desiring peace"), converted to Arianism, Gunþi-reik (369–382) 79
24 Mikhail I Vsevolodovich (1223–1235) (first time) 78
25 Mundzuk aka Aybat, Yabgu (390–434), Khagan (434) 75
26 Ryurik (1207–10) (sixth time) 72
27 Yurii Leonidovych Pyatakov (12 July – 9 September 1918) 70
28 Ernakh aka Bel-Kermek (Hernach), ruler of the Bulgars (455–465), and the Akatziroi (469–503) 68
29 Igor Svyatoslavich the Brave (1198-1201/1202 A number of historians claim Igor Svyatoslavich died in 1202 ( [link], retrieved on 13 April 2009); he most probably died in the spring of 1201, because most chronicles place the news of his death as the first entry for the year; Dimnik, Martin op. cit p. 237.</ref>) 65
30 Rugila aka Ruga (Rua, Roila), Yabgu (prince), then Khagan (432–434) 61
31 Ermanaric (Hermanaric, Ermanarich, Hermanarik), born ca. 303 in Ukraine, king of the Getae/Greutungi/Ostrogoths (335 or 350 – 375 or 376) 59
32 Sviatoslav II of Kiev, 1054–1073 58
33 Ateas the Thataean (ca. 429 BC – 339 BC) – defeated by the Macedonians; his empire fell apart 56
34 Yaroslav of Tver (1263–1272) 56
35 Svyatoslav III (1182–1194) (third time) 54
36 Mikhail of Vladimir (1171) 54
37 Athanaric aka Aþanareiks ("year-king"), pagan, Gunþi-reik ("battle prince") (365–381) 53
38 Batbayan of Bulgaria ruled two years before being challenged and forced south by his brother Kotrag who ensured Khazar rule over a loose confederation of tribal city-states from Kiev in the West to Bolghar in the Northeast and the Caspian Gates in the Southeast. 50
39 Uldin aka Ulduz, Khan of the Western Huns (390-ca.411) 48
40 Grod (520–528) alliance with Byzantium 47
41 Iziaslav II of Kiev, 1143–1145 45
42 Stanislav Vikentevich Kosior (23 January 1934 – 27 January 1938) 44
43 Amal (Amala), the Fortunate, born fl. 110 or ca. 123 44
44 Mykola Oleksiiovych Skrypnyk (20 April – 26 May 1918) (Secretary of the Organizational Bureau) 43
45 Yaropolk II of Kiev, 1114–1132 42
46 Pyotr Yefimovich Shelest (2 July 1963 -25 May 1972) 40
47 Izyaslav IV (1235–1236) 39
48 Adil Giray, 1666–1671 38
49 Dmitry Zakharovich Manuilsky (15 December 1921 – 10 April 1923) 38
50 Bulan Sabriel (fl. c. 740) 37
51 Vladimir III (1171) 37
52 Rostislav I (1159–1167) (second time) 36
53 Utigur (503–520) 36
54 Mstislav II (1170) (second time) 35
55 Cniva aka Kniwa ("knife"), brother of Ovida, co-ruler 33
56 Sahib I Giray, 1532–1551 32
57 Vladimir Vasilyevich Shcherbitsky (25 May 1972 – 28 September 1989) 31
58 Emmanuil Ionovich Kviring (20 March – 7 April 1925) 31
59 Skirgaila (1395–1397) 31
60 Mstislav III (1214–1223) 30
61 Skilurus aka Skylurus (ca. 110 BC) – deposed ca. 100 BC by the Sarmatians 30
62 Vladimir IV (1223–1235) 29
63 Vsevolod II of Kiev, 1126–1139 28
64 Oleg I of Chernigov, 1078 28
65 Scylas aka Skyles or Skylla (ca. 500 BC – ca. 450 BC) – Herodotus describes him as a Scythian whose mother was Greek, he was expelled by his people 28
66 Rostislav I Mikhailovich (1241–1242) 28
67 Octar aka Oktar (Uptar ?), (ca.425-ca.430) 28
68 Igor II (1146) 27
69 Rostislav II (1204–1206) 27
70 Sandilch (mid 6thC) in Southeast supported by Byzantium against Khinialon and Sinnion in Southwest, then Zabergan while Sarosios assists arrangement between Pseudo-Avars in North and Justinian I. Then Kagan Bayan controls the rest of Ukraine for most of the 60s until Sarosios assists Gokturks petition of Justin II to support a "true" Avar candidate in Patria Onoguria against the Pseudo-Avars. 26
71 Izyaslav III (1162) (third time) 26
72 Organa (617–630) 26
73 Vsevolod III Svyatoslavich (1204-1206/1208) 26
74 Nisi ben Manasseh 25
75 Yaroslav II (1180) (second time) 24
76 Mehmed I Giray, 1515–1523 24
77 Gleb of Kiev, 1155–1169 23
78 Joseph ben Aaron (fl. 940–965) 23
79 Gostun (2 years) 22
80 Charaton aka Aksungur (Aksuvar), (ca.411-ca.422) 20
81 Feliks Yakovlevich Kon (22 March – 15 December 1921) 20
82 Palacus aka Palakus (ca. 100 BC) – the last Scythian ruler, defeated by Mithridates VI of Pontus 20
83 Ivan Olshansky (Jonas Alšėniškis) (1397-ca.1402) 19
84 Houdbaad (c. 581-c. 600) 18
85 Kaributas Algirdaitis (Dymitr Korybut, or Koribut), c. 1372–1393 18
86 Selim I Giray, 1702–1704 (fourth reign) 18
87 Benjamin ben Menahem (fl. c. 920) 17
88 Scribonius (17 BC – 16 BC) 16
89 Manasseh II ben Zebulun 15
90 Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich (1176–1198) </ref> 14
91 Manasseh I ben Hezekiah 14
92 Obadiah (c. 786–809) 14
93 Oleg III Svyatoslavich (1201/1202 -1204) 14
94 Hayder, 1456 13
95 Boris Vyacheslavich, 1077 13
96 Geberic aka Geberich, son of Hilderith, kindin ("king") (ca.317–350) 13
97 Mstislav II Svyatoslavich (1215/1220 -1223) 12
98 Serafima Ilyinichna Hopner (9 September – 23 October 1918) 11
99 Octamasadas aka Oktamasades (ca. 450 BC) 11
100 Mehmed IV Giray, 1654–1666 (second reign) 10
101 Stanislav Ivanovich (?-ca.1324) 10
102 Fiodor of Kiev aka Teodoras Butvydaitis, brother of Gediminas (1331–1362) 9
103 Zebulun ben Isaac 9
104 Devlet II Giray, 1709–1713 (second reign) 9
105 Isaac ben Hanukkah 9
106 Aaron I ben Nisi (fl. c. 900) 8
107 Hezekiah ben Obadiah 8
108 Mstislav III Glebovich (1235-1239/1241) 6
109 Meñli I Giray, 1478–1515 (third reign) 5
110 Ingvar of Lutsk (1214) 5
111 Gleb I Svyatoslavich (1206/1208-1215/1220 Some historians claim Gleb Svyatoslavich died in 1219 ( [link], retrieved on 13 April 2009); he was last mentioned under 1215 and he died between 1215 and 1220; Dimnik, Martin op. cit p. 291.</ref>) 5
112 Stanislav Ivanovich Gurenko (22 June 1990 – 1 September 1991) 5
113 Leonid Georgyevich Melnikov (16 December 1949 – 4 June 1953) 5
114 Gleb of Kursk (1170–1171) (second time) 5
115 Roman I Mikhailovich the Old (1246/1247-after 1288) 5
116 Menahem ben Aaron (fl. c. 910) 5
117 Hacı I Giray, 1456–1466 (second reign) 5
118 Vladimiras Algirdaitis (Volodymyr Olgerdovych) (1362–1394) 5
119 Rafail Borisovich Farbman (January – 23 March 1920) (acting) < 5
120 Hunimund ("Protege of the Huns"), the Beautiful, born ca. 326 in Ukraine, the first Hunnic vassal prince of the Ostrogoths (376-fl.405) < 5
121 Selamet II Giray, 1740–1743 < 5
122 Meñli II Giray, 1737–1740 (second reign) < 5
123 İsl-m III Giray, 1644–1654 < 5
124 Baltazár aka Alyp-bi, Khan of the Western Huns (378–390), buried on Kuyantau mountain (current Kiev) < 5
125 Nur Devlet, 1475–1476 (third reign) < 5
126 Balambér aka Bülümer (Bulümar, Balamir), conqueror of the Ostrogoths (376–378) < 5
127 Murad Giray, 1678–1683 < 5
128 Winithar (Vinitharius), Conqueror of the Venedi-Slavs (Antes), born fl. 345 or ca. 353 in Ukraine, the last independent king of the Ostrogoths (376–380) < 5
129 Volodymyr Pavlovych Naumenko and Serhiy Oleksandrovych Yefremov (27–29 April 1917 (acting for Hrushevsky) < 5
130 Nidad, reik ("ruler") (ca.218–249) < 5
131 Şahin Giray, 1782–1783 (second reign) < 5
132 Mehmed II Giray, 1577–1584 < 5
133 Ilderic aka Hilderith, son of Ovida, co-ruler (ca.273–317) < 5
134 Aaron II ben Benjamin (c. 920s–940) < 5
135 Fetih I Giray, 1596 < 5
136 Hunuil ("Immune to Magic") aka Ginvila, born fl. 210 or ca. 213 < 5
137 Sahib II Giray, 1771–1775 † < 5
138 Qaplan I Giray, 1730–1736 (third reign) < 5
139 Asander (47 BC – 17 BC) < 5
140 Vyacheslav I (1151–1155) (second time) < 5
141 Hanukkah ben Obadiah < 5
142 Å vitrigaila (1435-ca.1440), Grand Duke of the Duchy of Rus (1432-ca.1440) < 5
143 Mehmed III Giray, 1623–1628 † < 5
144 Aleksandras Olelka (Olelko Volodymyrovych) (1443–1454) < 5
145 Maqsud Giray, 1767–1768 < 5
146 Aleksey Illarionovich Kirichenko (4 June 1953 – 26 December 1957) < 5
147 Rostislav III (1239) < 5
148 Ğazı I Giray, 1523–1524 < 5
149 Akrossa (ca. 150 BC) < 5
150 Canibek Giray, 1628–1635 (second reign) < 5
151 Selim III Giray, 1770–1771 (second reign) < 5
152 Qaplan II Giray, 1770 < 5
153 Vladimir Monomakh, 1076–1077 < 5
154 Simonas Olelkaitis (Semen Olelkovych) (1454–1471) < 5
155 Aripharnes aka Arypharnasha the Thataean (ca. 339 BC – ca. 310) < 5
156 Ostrogotha, the Patient, born fl. 170 or ca. 183, died ca. 250 in Ukraine < 5
157 Saadet II Giray, 1584 < 5
158 Akrosandros (ca. 125 BC) < 5
159 Volodymyr-Ivan Ivanovich (ca.1290-ca.1301) < 5
160 Ostap Ivanovich (?-?) < 5
161 Wultwulf (Vultuulf, Vulthulf, Vuldulf), born fl. 300 in Ukraine, died fl. 370, prince of the Goths < 5
162 Halim Giray, 1756–1758 < 5
163 Mykhailo Ivanovych Olshansky (1422–1432) < 5
164 Ğazı II Giray, 1596–1607 (second reign) < 5
165 Devlet III Giray, 1716–1717 < 5
166 Vladimir III Rurikovich, 1206–1213 < 5
167 İnayet Giray, 1635–1637 < 5
168 Roman I (1175–1177) (second time) < 5
169 Sel-met I Giray, 1608–1610 < 5
170 Hacı II Giray, 1683–1684 < 5
171 Arslan Giray, 1767 (second reign) < 5
172 Andriy Ivanovych Olshansky (ca.1412-ca.1422) < 5
173 Bahadır I Giray, 1637–1641 < 5
174 İsl-m II Giray, 1584–1588 < 5
175 Saadet III Giray, 1691 < 5
176 Safa Giray,1691–1692 < 5
177 Fetih II Giray, 1736–1737 < 5
178 Sagillus (ca. 250 BC) < 5
179 Jurgis Gedgaudas; lt (Jerzy Giedygołd) (1404–1411) < 5
180 Ariaric aka Ascaric, brother of Hilderith, co-ruler < 5
181 Nikolay Ilyich Nikolayev (23–25 March 1920) < 5
182 Saadet I Giray, 1524–1532 < 5
183 Devlet IV Giray, 1775–1777 (second reign) < 5
184 Selim II Giray, 1743–1748 < 5
185 Vyacheslav Mihailovich Molotov (23 November 1920 – 22 March 1921) < 5
186 Ovida, son of Nidad, co-ruler (ca.249–273) < 5
187 Saadet IV Giray, 1717–1724 < 5
188 Olgimont-Mykhailo (Algimantas Alšėniškis) (1324–1331) < 5
189 Athal (Athala), the Noble One, born fl. 240 or ca. 243 in Ukraine < 5
190 Achiulf (Agiulf), born fl. 270 or ca. 273 in Ukraine < 5
191 Qırım Giray, 1768–1769 (second reign) < 5
192 Ä°sl-m I Giray, 1532 < 5
193 Opoino, Queen of Scythia (ca. 430 BC) – married Ateas the Thataean, a Greek prince < 5

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