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Top state leaders in 1704: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Ottoman ( Turkish ) Empire 30476
2 Morocco – Ismail, Sultan of Morocco (1684–1727) 20818
3 Holy Roman Empire – Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor (1658–1705) 10276
4 Mughal Empire – Aurangzeb, Mughal Emperor (1658–1707) 10009
5 Bavaria – Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria 9601
6 Japan – 6356
7 Bohemia – Leopold I, King of Bohemia (1657–1705) 5093
8 Prussia – Frederick I, King of Prussia (1701–1713) 4398
9 England – Anne, Queen of England (1702–1714) 3679
10 Saxony – 3332
11 France – Louis XIV, King of France (1643–1715) 3018
12 Shogun (Tokugawa) – Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, Shogun of Japan (1680–1709) 2607
13 Moldavia – Mihai Racoviţă, Prince of Moldavia (1703–1705) 2585
14 United Provinces 2553
15 Brandenburg – Frederick I of Prussia, (as Frederick III, Elector of Brandenburg), (1688–1713) 2308
16 Wallachia – Constantin Br-ncoveanu, Prince of Wallachia (1689–1714) 1659
17 Scotland – Anne, Queen of Scotland (1702–1714) 1445
18 Russia – Peter I, Tsar of Russia, (1682–1725) 1427
19 Augsburg – 1383
20 Sweden – 1141
21 Ethiopia – Iyasu I, Emperor of Ethiopia, (1682–1706) 966
22 Baden-Baden – 914
23 Berchtesgaden – 813
24 Passau – 708
25 Palatinate – 598
26 Hesse-Kassel (or Hesse-Cassel) – 594
27 Portugal – Pedro II, King of Portugal (1667–1706) 587
28 Fulda – 449
29 Tuscany – Cosimo III de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany (1670–1723) 442
30 Herford – 302
31 Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen – 297
32 Mecklenburg-Schwerin – 292
33 Oldenburg – 288
34 Lindau – 266
35 Mecklenburg-Strelitz – 258
36 Mainz – 242
37 Saxe-Meiningen – 222
38 Schaumburg-Lippe – 187
39 Quedlinburg – 182
40 Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt – 157
41 Freising – 156
42 Saxe-Weimar – 145
43 Schwarzburg-Sondershausen – 137
44 Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld – 129
45 Hohenzollern-Hechingen – 124
46 Wied – 115
47 Lippe-Biesterfeld – 114
48 Hesse-Darmstadt – 108
49 Anhalt-Dessau – Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau (1693–1747) 102
50 Saxe-Gotha – 101
51 Anhalt-Zerbst – 97
52 Arenberg – Leopold, Duke of Arenberg (1691–1754) 88
53 Bentheim – 85
54 Hesse-Homburg – 73
55 Hohenlohe-Langenburg – 71
56 Grand Pensionary of Holland – Anthonie Heinsius (1689–1720) 69
57 Constance – 64
58 Stolberg-Rossla – 62
59 Auersperg – 54
60 Hoogstraten – 54
61 Saxe-Hildburghausen – 50
62 Ellwangen – 50
63 Isenburg – 47
64 Gandersheim – 46
65 Worms – 45
66 Hildesheim – 45
67 Salm-Salm – 44
68 Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg – 44
69 Salm-Kyrburg – 40
70 Weingarten – 39
71 Isenburg-Birstein – 36
72 Reuss-Ebersdorf – 35
73 Heitersheim – 34
74 Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym – 29
75 Stolberg-Stolberg – 29
76 Bentheim-Steinfurt – 28
77 Speyer – 27
78 Reuss-Lobenstein – 26
79 Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein – 25
80 Palatinate-Sulzbach – 24
81 Nassau-Usingen – 19
82 Lippe-Weissenfeld – 19
83 Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen – 18
84 Stolberg-Wernigerode – 18
85 Isenburg-Meerholz – 17
86 Hohenlohe-Bartenstein – 16
87 Regensburg – 15
88 Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen – 13
89 Lippe-Alverdissen – 7
90 Salm-Grumbach – 6
91 Ryūkyū Kingdom – Shō Tei, King of Ryūkyū (1669–1709) 6
92 Württemberg – 5
93 Würzburg – 5
94 Kaisersheim – 5
95 Reuss-Untergreiz – 5
96 Reuss-Obergreiz – 5
97 Osnabrück – < 5
98 Eichstätt – < 5
99 Nkore – Ntare IV Omugabe of Nkole, (c.1699–c.1727) < 5
100 Leiningen-Emichsburg – < 5
101 # Baltaci Mehmed Pasha, Ottoman Grand Vizier (1704–1706) < 5
102 Strassburg – Guillaume Gaston I Cardinal de Rohan-Soubise, Prince-Bishop of Strassburg (1704–1749) < 5
103 Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth – < 5
104 Trier – < 5
105 Nassau-Saarbrücken – < 5
106 Baden-Durlach – < 5
107 Leiningen-Dachsburg-Hartenburg – < 5
108 Cologne – < 5
109 Salm-Dhaun – < 5
110 Kongo – João II, Manikongo of Kongo (1693–1717) < 5
111 Fürstenberg – Joseph Wilhelm Ernst, Count of Fürstenberg 1704–1716) < 5
112 Denmark–Norway – < 5
113 Salm-Dyck – < 5
114 Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Zweibrücken – < 5
115 Westerburg-Leiningen-Neu-Leiningen (Nassau Line) – < 5
116 Brandenburg-Ansbach – < 5
117 Westerburg-Leiningen-Neu-Leiningen (Bavaria Line) – < 5
118 Corvey – < 5
119 Waldeck-Pyrmont – < 5
120 Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel – < 5
121 Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Billigheim – Johann Franz, Count of Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Billigheim (1699–1750) < 5
122 Stanislaus I Leszczyński, King of Poland (1704–1709) < 5
123 Käppel – < 5
124 Ashanti Confederacy – Osei Kofi Tutu I, Asantehene (1701–1717) < 5
125 Kempten – < 5
126 Holstein-Gottorp – < 5
127 Hohenlohe-Öhringen – Johann Friedrich II, Count of Hohenlohe-Öhringen (1702–1764 < 5
128 Dahomey – Akaba, King of Dahomey (1685–1708) < 5
129 Hohenlohe-Weikersheim – Carl Ludwig, Count of Hohenlohe-Weikersheim (1702–1756) < 5
130 Reuss-Schleiz – < 5
131 Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst – < 5
132 # Kalaylikoz Haci Ahmed Pasha, Ottoman Grand Vizier (1704) < 5
133 Nassau-Orange – < 5
134 Holstein-Glückstadt – < 5
135 Nassau-Weilburg – < 5
136 Lübeck – < 5
137 Anhalt-Bernburg – < 5
138 Reuss-Gera – < 5
139 Anhalt-Köthen – < 5
140 Mergentheim – < 5
141 Lippe-Detmold – < 5
142 Hanover – Georg Louis, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Elector of the Holy Roman Empire Prince Elector designate (1698–1708) < 5
143 Bamberg – < 5
144 Paderborn – < 5
145 Salm-Leuze – < 5
146 Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Heidesheim – Christian Karl Reinhard, Count of Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Heidesheim (1698–1766) < 5
147 Salm-Reifferscheid – < 5
148 Augustus II, King of Poland (1697–1704) < 5
149 Münster – < 5
150 Estates of Friesland, Groningen, Guelders, Holland, Overijssel, Utrecht, Zeeland (1581–1795) < 5
151 Essen – ) < 5
152 # Damad Hasan Pasha, Ottoman Grand Vizier (1703–1704) < 5
153 Brandenburg-Bayreuth – < 5
154 Gutenzell – < 5
155 Isenburg-Wächtersbach – Ferdinand Maximilian II, Count of Isenburg-Wächtersbach (1703–1755) < 5

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