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List of sovereign states in the 5th century BC


List of sovereign states in the 5th century BC

The development of states—large-scale, populous, politically centralized, and socially stratified polities/societies governed by powerful rulers—marks one of the major milestones in the evolution of human societies. Archaeologists often distinguish between primary (or pristine) states and secondary states. Primary states evolved independently through largely internal developmental processes rather than through the influence of any other pre-existing state. The earliest known primary states appeared in

  1. ^ Stein, Gil J (2001). Understanding Ancient State Societies in the Old World. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press. pp. 353–379. 


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Sovereign state Years
Achaemenid Empire 550 - 330 BC
Adena culture 1000 - 200 BC
Ammon – Kingdom of Ammon c. 10th century - 332 BC
Athens 510 - 322 BC
Carthage 650 - 146 BC
Chavín culture 900 - 200 BC
Chen – State of Chen 855 - 479 BC
Chera Kingdom 5th century BC - 1102 AD
Chorrera 1800 - 300 BC
Chu 1030 - 223 BC
Dʿmt c. 980 - c. 400 BC
Dardanian Kingdom – Dardanian Illyric Kingdom c.448 BC – 28 BC
Ethiopia – Ethiopian Empire 980 BC - 1974 AD
Gojoseon – Ancient Korean kingdom 2333 - 108 BC
Han – State of Han 403 - 230 BC
Kamboja – Kamboja Kingdom
Kasi – Kasi Kingdom
Kikata – Kikata Kingdom
Kush – Kingdom of Kush 1070 BC - 350 AD
Lu – State of Lu 856 - 256 BC
Lycaonia 8th century - 200 BC
Macedonia 8th century - 146 BC
Maya civilization
Nanda Empire 424 - 321 BC
Olmec 1400 - 400 BC
Paracas culture 600 - 175 BC
Qi – State of Qi 1046 - 241 BC
Qin – State of Qin 845 - 221 BC
Roman Republic 509 - 27 BC
Scythia 8th century BC - 2nd century AD
Sparta 11th century - 195 BC
Ta Netjeru
Văn Lang 2879 - 258 BC
Wei – State of Wei 403 - 225 BC
Yan – State of Yan 865 - 222 BC
Zapotec civilization
Zheng – State of Zheng 806 - 375 BC
Zhou – Zhou Dynasty 1045 - 256 BC
Map of the world in 500 BC

Sovereign states

that existed between 500 BC and 401 BC. sovereign states autocrats, or de facto independent nations or tribal confederations. This is a list of imperial or feudal, de facto By the Grace of God.For earlier times, the term "sovereign state" is an anachronism. What corresponded to sovereign states in the medieval and ancient period were monarchs ruling diplomacy arises in the 16th century with the development of modern sovereign state The notion of a [1]

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