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Top state leaders in 25: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Roman Empire (Principate – Julio-Claudian dynasty) 25597
2 Armenia – Artaxias III, King of Armenia (Roman protectorate) (18–34) 17957
3 Athens 11457
4 Korea (Three Kingdoms Period) 11380
5 Tiberius, Roman Emperor (14–37) 3712
6 Kushan Empire – Heraios, King of Kush (1–30) 1631
7 Parthian Empire – Artabanus II, Great King (Shah) of Parthia (10–35, 36–38) 1610
8 Kush – Shorkaror, King of Kush (c.20–30) 1515
9 Goguryeo – Daemusin, King of Goguryeo (18–44) 1289
10 Silla – Yuri, King of Silla (24–57) 1242
11 Pontus – Pythodorida, King of Pontus (8 BC–38 AD) 825
12 *Herod Antipas, Tetrarch of Galilee (4 BC–39 AD) 805
13 Baekje – Onjo, King of Baekje (18 BC– AD 28) 791
14 Mauretania – Ptolemy, King of Mauretania (23–40) 564
15 *Caiaphas, High Priest of Judea (18–36) 542
16 Caucasian Iberia – Aderk, King of Caucasian Iberia (1–30) 426
17 Syria Province – Lucius Aelius Lamia, Roman Prefect (22–32) 409
18 Sejanus, Praetorian prefect (14–31) 395
19 Judea (Iudaea Province) 389
20 Bosporan Kingdom – Tiberius Julius Aspurgus, Roman client King of Bosporus (8 BC–38 AD) 308
21 Odrysian kingdom 206
22 Catuvellauni – Cunobelinus, King of the Britons and King of the Catuvellauni (9–40) 200
23 Osroene – Abgar V of Edessa, King of Osroene (4 BC–7 AD, 13–50) 159
24 #Guangwu, Emperor of China (25–57) 153
25 Adiabene – Monobaz I, King of Adiabene (20–30) 134
26 *Shammai, Nasi of the Sanhedrin (20–30) 134
27 Commagene – Interregnum – Roman rule (17–38) 129
28 Atrebates – Verica, King of the Atrebates (15–40) 123
29 *Herod Philip II, Tetrarch of Ituraea and Trachonitis (4 BC–34 AD) 57
30 #Gengshi, Emperor of China (23–25) 47
31 *Herod Philip I, Tetrarch of Batanaea (4 BC–34 AD) 44
32 *Valerius Gratus, Roman Prefect (15–26) 41
33 Marcus Asinius Agrippa, Consul (25) 24
34 Rhoemetalces II, Odrysian King of Thrace (18–38) 15
35 Antonia Tryphaena, Odrysian Queen of Thrace (18–38) 11
36 Cossus Cornelius Lentulus, Consul (25) 8
37 Charmides, Archon of Athens (24–25) < 5
38 Gaius Petronius, Consul suffectus (25) < 5
39 Ægyptus Province – Gaius Valerius, Roman Prefect (16–31) < 5
40 Callicratides, Archon of Athens (25–26) < 5
41 Nabatea – Aretas IV Philopatris, King of Nabatea (9 BC–40 AD) < 5

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