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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 *Pontius Pilate, Roman Prefect (26–36) 3014
7 Kushan Empire – Heraios, King of Kush (1–30) 1631
8 Parthian Empire – Artabanus II, Great King (Shah) of Parthia (10–35, 36–38) 1610
9 Kush – Shorkaror, King of Kush (c.20–30) 1515
10 Goguryeo – Daemusin, King of Goguryeo (18–44) 1289
11 Silla – Yuri, King of Silla (24–57) 1242
12 Pontus – Pythodorida, King of Pontus (8 BC–38 AD) 825
13 *Herod Antipas, Tetrarch of Galilee (4 BC–39 AD) 805
14 Baekje – 791
15 Mauretania – Ptolemy, King of Mauretania (23–40) 564
16 *Caiaphas, High Priest of Judea (18–36) 542
17 Caucasian Iberia – Aderk, King of Caucasian Iberia (1–30) 426
18 Syria Province – Lucius Aelius Lamia, Roman Prefect (22–32) 409
19 Sejanus, Praetorian prefect (14–31) 395
20 Judea (Iudaea Province) 389
21 Bosporan Kingdom – Tiberius Julius Aspurgus, Roman client King of Bosporus (8 BC–38 AD) 308
22 Odrysian kingdom 206
23 Catuvellauni – Cunobelinus, King of the Britons and King of the Catuvellauni (9–40) 200
24 Osroene – Abgar V of Edessa, King of Osroene (4 BC–7 AD, 13–50) 159
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 #Onjo, King of Baekje (18 BC– AD 28) 90
30 *Herod Philip II, Tetrarch of Ituraea and Trachonitis (4 BC–34 AD) 57
31 *Herod Philip I, Tetrarch of Batanaea (4 BC–34 AD) 44
32 #Daru, King of Baekje (28–77) 39
33 Rhoemetalces II, Odrysian King of Thrace (18–38) 15
34 Antonia Tryphaena, Odrysian Queen of Thrace (18–38) 11
35 Lucius Antistius Vetus, Consul suffectus (28) 5
36 Publius Silius Nerva, Consul (28) 5
37 Quintus Iunius Blaesus, Consul suffectus (28) < 5
38 Oinophilus, Archon of Athens (28–29) < 5
39 Ægyptus Province – Gaius Valerius, Roman Prefect (16–31) < 5
40 Themistocles Marathonius, Archon of Athens (27–28) < 5
41 Gaius Appius Junius Silanus, Consul (28) < 5
42 Nabatea – Aretas IV Philopatris, King of Nabatea (9 BC–40 AD) < 5







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