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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Roman Empire (Principate - Julio-Claudian dynasty) 25597
2 Armenia - Artavasdes III, King of Armenia (5 BC–2 BC) 17957
3 Augustus, Roman Emperor (27 BC–14 AD) 12835
4 Athens 11457
5 Korea - 11380
6 Herod the Great, Roman client King of the Jews (40 BC–4 BC) 2824
7 Cappadocia - Archelaus, King of Cappadocia (36 BC–17 AD) 2423
8 Parthian Empire - Phraates IV, Emperor of Parthia (38 BC–2 BC) 1610
9 Goguryeo - Yuri, King of Goguryeo (19 BC– AD 18) 1289
10 Silla - Bak Hyeokgeose, King of Silla (57 BC– AD 4) 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 Hillel the Elder, Nasi of the Sanhedrin (31 BC–9 AD) 681
15 *Publius Quinctilius Varus, Roman Prefect (7 BC–4 BC) 444
16 Caucasian Iberia - Arshak II, King of Caucasian Iberia (20 BC–AD 1) 426
17 Syria Province 409
18 Bosporan Kingdom - Tiberius Julius Aspurgus, Roman client King of Bosporus (8 BC–38 AD) 308
19 Marcomanni - Marbod, King of the Marcomanni (9 BC–19 AD) 266
20 Herod Archelaus, Roman client Ethnarch of Judaea (4 BC–6 AD) 241
21 Odrysian kingdom - Rhoemetalces I, Odrysian King of Thrace (12 BC–12 AD) 206
22 Catuvellauni - Tasciovanus, King of the Catuvellauni (20 BC–9 AD) 200
23 Osroene 159
24 Commagene - Antiochus III, King of Commagene (12 BC–17 AD) 129
25 Abgar V of Edessa, King of Osroene (4 BC–7 AD, 13–50) 128
26 Atrebates - Tincomarus, King of the Atrebates (20 BC–8 AD) 123
27 Characene - Attambalos II, King of Characene (17 BC–9 AD) 73
28 Herod Philip II, Tetrarch of Ituraea and Trachonitis (4 BC–34 AD) 57
29 Dongbuyeo - Daeso, King of Dongbuyeo (7 BC– AD 22) 54
30 Herod Philip I, Tetrarch of Batanaea (4 BC–34 AD) 44
31 Gaius Calvisius Sabinus, Consul (4 BC) 9
32 Lucius Passienus Rufus, Consul (4 BC) 7
33 Judea 5
34 Gaius Caelius Rufus, Consul suffectus (4 BC) < 5
35 Eleazar ben Boethus, High Priest of Judea (4 BC–3 BC) < 5
36 Aristodemus, Archon of Athens (4 BC–3 BC) < 5
37 Ægyptus Province - Gaius Turranius, Roman Prefect (7 BC–4 BC) < 5
38 Joazar ben Boethus, High Priest of Judea (4 BC, ?–6) < 5
39 Ma'nu III, King of Osroene (23 BC–4 BC) < 5
40 Galus Sulpicius, Consul suffectus (4 BC) < 5
41 *Lucius Calpurnius Piso, Roman Prefect (4 BC–1 BC) < 5
42 Apolexis Philocratous ex Oiou, Archon of Athens (5 BC–4 BC) < 5
43 Matthias ben Theophilus, High Priest of Judea (5 BC–4 BC) < 5
44 Nabatea - Aretas IV Philopatris, King of Nabatea (9 BC–40 AD) < 5

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