DYNASTY: LATE PERIOD

664–332 BC
Twenty-Sixth Dynasty (Saite) 664–525 BC
Wahibre Psamtek I 664–610 BC
Wehemibre Nekau II 610–595 BC
Neferibre Psamtek II 595–589 BC
Haaibre Wahibre (Apries) 589–570 BC
Khnemibre Ahmose II (Amasis)
si-neith 570–526 BC
Ankhkaenre Psamtek III 526–525 BC
Twenty-Seventh Dynasty
(Persian Kings) 525–401 BC
Mesutire Cambyses 525–522 BC
Bardiya 522 BC
Setutre Darius I 522–486 BC
Xerxes I 486–465 BC
Artaxerxes I 465–423 BC
Xerxes II 423–424 BC
Sogdianus 424 BC
Darius II 424–405 BC
Artaxerxes II 405–401 BC
Twenty-Eighth Dynasty 404–399 BC
Amyrtaeos (Amenirdis) 404–399 BC
Twenty-Ninth Dynasty 399–380 BC
Baenre merynetjeru Nefaarud
(Nepherites) I 399–393 BC
Userre setepeenptah Pasherenmut
(Psamuthis) 393 BC
Khnemmaatre setepenkhnum/
setepenanhur Hakor (Achoris) 393–380 BC
Nefaarud II 380 BC
Thirtieth Dynasty 380–343 BC
Kheperkare Nakhtnebef
(Nectanebo I) 380–362 BC
Irmaatenre Djedhor (Teos)
setepenanhur 362–360 BC
Snedjemibre setepenanhur/
setepenhathor Nakhthorheb
(Nectanebo II) meryanhur
sibastt/sihathor 360–343 BC
PERSIAN KINGS 343–332 BC
Artaxerxes III Ochus 343–338 BC
Arses (Artaxerxes IV) 338–336 BC
Darius III 336–332 BC
MACEDONIAN KINGS 332–305 BC
Alexander the Great 332–323 BC
Philip Arrhidaeus 323–317 BC
Alexander IV 317–305 BC
THE PTOLEMIES 305–30 BC
Ptolemy I Soter I 305–282 BC
Ptolemy II Philadelphus 285–246 BC
Ptolemy III Euergetes I 246–222 BC
Ptolemy IV Philopator 222–205 BC
Ptolemy V Epiphanes 205–180 BC
Ptolemy VI Philometer 180–145 BC
Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator 145 BC
Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II 170–163, 145–116 BC
Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros) 116–107 BC
Ptolemy X Alexander I 107–88 BC
Ptolemy IX Soter II (restored) 88–80 BC
Ptolemy XI Alexander II 80 BC
Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos (Auletes) 80–58, 55–51 BC
Berenice Cleopatra III 58–55 BC
Ptolemy XIII 51–47 BC
Cleopatra VII Philopator 51–30 BC
Ptolemy XIV 47–44 BC
Ptolemy XV (Caesarion) 44–30 BC
ROMAN EMPERORS 30 BC–395 AD
Augustus 30 BC–14 AD
Tiberius 14–37 AD
Gaius (Caligula) 37–41 AD
Claudius 41–54 AD
Nero 54–68 AD
Galba 68–69 AD
Otho 69 AD
Vespasian 69–79 AD
Titus 79–81 AD
Domitian 81–96 AD
Nerva 96–98 AD
Trajan 98–117 AD
Hadrian 117–138 AD
Antoninus Pius 138–161 AD
Marcus Aurelius 161–180 AD
Lucius Verus 161–169 AD
Commodus 180–192 AD
Septimius Severus 193–211 AD
Caracalla 198–217 AD
Geta 209–212 AD
Macrinus 217–218 AD
Diadumenianus 218 AD
Severus Alexander 222–235 AD
Gordian III 238–244 AD
Philip 244–249 AD
Decius 249–251 AD
Gallus and Volusianus 251–253 AD
Valerian 253–260 AD
Gallienus 253–268 AD
Macrianus and Quietus 260–261 AD
Aurelian 270–275 AD
Probus 276–282 AD
Carus 282–283 AD
Numerian 283–284 AD
Diocletian 284–305 AD
Galerius 293–311 AD
Constantine I 306–337 AD
Constantius 337–361 AD
Julian 361–363 AD
Jovian 363–364 AD
Valens 364–378 AD
Theodosius I the Great 379–395 AD
BYZANTINE EMPERORS 395–642 AD
Arcadius 395–408 AD
Theodosius II 408–450 AD
Marcian 450–457 AD
Leo I 457–474 AD
Zeno 474–491 AD
Anastasius I 491–518 AD
Justin I 518–527
Justinian I 527–565 AD
Justin II 565–578 AD
Tiberius 578–582 AD
Maurice 582–602 AD
Phocas 602–610 AD
Heraclius 610–642 AD

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