List of political entities in the 9th century BC
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- Political entities in the 10th century BC – Political entities in the 8th century BC – Political entities by century
This is a list of states or polities that existed in the 9th century BC.
Sovereign states[edit]
Sovereign state | Years |
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Adena culture | 1000 - 200 BC |
Ammon | 1000 - 332 BC |
Alba Longa | 1200 - 753 BC |
Anarta | 1100-550 BC |
Anga | 1380 - 550 BC |
Aram Damascus | 12th century BC - 734 BC |
Aramea | 2300 - 700 BC |
Arcadia | 1000 - 743 BC |
Argolis | 1200 - 379 BC |
Asmaka | 1150 - 300 BC |
Assyria – | 934 - 609 BC |
Athens | 1556 - 355 BC |
Avanti | 900 - 322 BC |
Ba | 13th century - 311 BC |
Babylonia | 1155 - 689 BC |
Bashan | 1330 - 928 BC |
Bithynia | 297 - 74 BC |
Bit-Istar | 12th century - 710 BC |
Cai | 980 - 447 BC |
Cao | 1053 - 487 BC |
Caria | 11th - 6th century BC |
Carthage | 814 - 650 BC |
Chaldea | 1100 - 539 BC |
Chavín culture | 900 - 200 BC |
Chedi | 1250 - 344 BC |
Chen | 855 - 479 BC |
Chola | |
Corduene | 800 BC - 653 AD |
Chorasmia | 1290 - 180 BC |
Chorrera | 1800 - 300 BC |
Chu | 1030 - 223 BC |
Colchis | 1300 BC - 2nd century AD |
Danda | 1100 - 450 BC |
Dasarna | 1150 - 600 BC |
Deng | 1200 - 678 BC |
D'mt | c.980 - c.400 BC |
Diauehi | 1118 - 760 BC |
Dilmun | 2600 - 675 BC, 1200 - 125 BC |
Donghu | 1400 - 150 BC |
Doris | 1100 - 560 BC |
Drangiana | 950 - 600 BC |
Eastern Guo | 1046 - 767 BC |
Edom | 1200 - 125 BC |
Elam | 2800 - 550 BC |
Elam | 850 - 609 BC |
Epirus | 1183 - 168 BC |
Eshnuna | 2000 - 8th century BC |
Etruria | 1200 - 550 BC |
Gandhara | 1450 - 510 BC |
Gojoseon | 2333 - 108 BC |
Gumie | 1046 - 480 BC |
Han | 1046 - 764 BC |
Huang | 891 - 648 BC |
Iberia | 1000 - 302 BC |
Illyria | 2000 - 168 BC |
Ionia | 1070 - 545 BC |
Israel | 930s - 720s BC |
Jin | 1042 - 376 BC |
Jiroft | |
Judah | 930s - 586 BC |
Kalinga | 1376 - 285 BC |
Kamboja | 1450 - 195 BC |
Kasi | |
Kasmira | 1250 - 322 BC |
Kekeya | 1250 - c. 4th century BC |
Kikata | |
Kimpurusha | 1000 - 325 BC |
Kirata | 1350 - c. 300 BC |
Kosala | 1300 - 266 BC |
Kuru | 1376 - 285 BC |
Kush | 1070 BC - 350 |
Kỷ line | 853 - 755 BC |
Lower Egypt | 1070 - 664 BC |
Liburnia | 11th century - 34 BC |
Locria | 1250 - 386 BC |
Lu | 856 - 256 BC |
Lucania | 1000 - 356 BC^{[1]} |
Lullubi | 2400 - 650 BC |
Lycia | 1250 - 546 BC |
Lydia | 1200 - 546 BC |
Madra | 1350 - 350 BC |
Magadha | 1200 - 600 BC |
Mannaea | 1110 - 616 BC |
Magan | 2200 - 550 BC |
Matsya | 1250 - 318 BC |
Messenia | 1300 - 724 BC |
Minaea | |
Moab | |
Mysia | 1320 - 301 BC |
Nairi | 1190 - 890 BC |
Namar | 2350 - 750 BC |
Nok | 1000 BC - 300 AD |
Olmec | 1400 - 400 BC |
Oenotria | 1000 - 325 BC |
Oscans | 1000 - 4th centuries BC |
Panchala | 800 - 323 BC |
Pandya | 1350 - 460 BC |
Padanian Etruria | 9th century - 5th century BC |
Paphlagonia | 1480 - 183 BC^{[2]} |
Parvata | c. 9th century - 325 BC |
Persis | 10th century - 550 BC |
Pragjyotisha | c. 11th century - 350 BC |
Philistia | 1175 - 732 BC |
Phoenicia | 1200 - 536 BC |
Phrygia | 1200 - 700 BC |
Pisidia | |
Pundra | 1300 BC - 550 AD |
Pi | 1046 - 418 BC |
Qedar | 870 BC - 250 AD |
Qi | 1046 - 241 BC |
Qiang | 2000 BC - 150 BC |
Qin | 845 - 221 BC |
Quan | 1250 - 704 BC |
Quanrong | 954 - 301 BC |
Quwê | 895 - 625 BC |
Saba | 1100 - 275 BC |
Sam'al | 1200 - 680 BC |
Saurashtra | 950 - 355 BC |
Shakya | 800 - 320 BC |
Sindhu | 1300 - 320 BC |
Scythia | 8th century BC - 2nd century AD |
Shěn | 1050 - 500 BC |
Shu | 1046 - 316 BC |
Song | 1058 - 286 BC |
Sparta | 11th century BC - 195 BC |
Surasena | |
Tan | 1046 - 684 BC |
Ta Netjeru | |
Teng | 1046 - 414 BC |
Tartessos | 1000 - 450 BC |
Thebes | |
Trigarta | Trigarta |
Tuwanuwa | 1000 - 700 BC |
Tyrrhenia | 1100 - 764 BC |
Upper Egypt | 1070 - 664 BC |
Urartu | 860 - 590 BC |
Vajji | |
Vanga | 1300 BC - 580 AD |
Văn Lang | 2879 - 258 BC |
Vatsa | 1100 - 323 BC |
Vidarbha | 1200 - 322 BC |
Virata | 1200 - 322 BC |
Western Guo | 1046 - 687 BC |
Wey | 1046 - 687 BC |
Wu | 1046-473 BC |
1046 - 632 BC | |
Xu | 2000 - 512 BC |
Yaksha | 1200 - 350 BC |
Yan | 865 - 222 BC |
Zheng | 806 - 375 BC |
Zhou | 1045 - 256 BC |
Zou | 1012 - 350 BC |
See also[edit]
- List of Bronze Age states
- List of Classical Age states
- List of Iron Age states
- List of states during Antiquity
References[edit]
- ^ Pritchard, James Cowles. "Kingdoms of Italy: Research into the Physical History of Mankind". 1999-2014. The History Files. Retrieved 18 March 2014.
- ^ "Middle East Kingdoms Ancient Anatolia". 2014. The History Files. Retrieved 20 April 2014.