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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Roman Empire (Principate – Nervan-Antonian dynasty) 25597
2 Armenia – Sanatrik, King of Armenia (164–180) 17957
3 Athens 11457
4 Korea (Three Kingdoms Period) 11380
5 Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor (161–180) 5586
6 Roman Britain (Britannia Province) – Sextus Calpurnius Agricola, Roman governor (163–166) 3810
7 Parthian Empire – Vologases IV, Great King (Shah) of Parthia (147–191) 1610
8 Kush – Tarekeniwal, King of Kush (155–170) 1515
9 Goguryeo – Sindae, King of Goguryeo (165–179) 1289
10 Silla – Adalla, King of Silla (154–184) 1242
11 Baekje – 791
12 Lucius Verus, Roman Emperor (161–169) 477
13 Caucasian Iberia – Pharsman III, King of Caucasian Iberia (145–185) 426
14 Bosporan Kingdom – Tiberius Julius Eupator, Roman client King of Bosporus (153–174) 308
15 Marcomanni – Ballomar, King of the Marcomanni (166–178) 266
16 Ulaid – Tipraiti Tireach, King of the Ulaid (136–187) 179
17 Osroene – Ma'nu VIII, King of Osroene (139–163, 165–167) 159
18 Characene – Abinergaios II, King of Characene (165–180) 73
19 #Chogo, King of Baekje (166–214) 32
20 #Gaeru, King of Baekje (128–166) 21
21 Quintus Servilius Pudens, Consul (166) 11
22 Lucius Fufidius Pollio, Consul (166) < 5
23 Sextus Phalereus, Archon of Athens (165–166) < 5
24 Syria Palaestina Province – Judah haNasi, Nasi of the Sanhedrin (165–220) < 5
25 Marcus Vibius Liberalis, Consul suffectus (166) < 5
26 Marcus Valerius Mamertinus Marathonius, Archon of Athens (166–167) < 5
27 Publis Martius Verus, Consul suffectus (166) < 5
28 Furius Victorinus, Praetorian prefect (160–168) < 5
29 Lower Moesia Province – Marcus Pontius Laelianus, Roman governor (165–167) < 5
30 Ægyptus Province – Titus Flavius Titianus, Roman Prefect (164–167) < 5







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