vansh

Tutankhamun was a member of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt.

kisi ek hi parivaar se ek ke baad ek shaasan karne vaale vyaktiyon ko vansh (dynasty) kehte hain.

anukram

kshetr ke anusaar vansh

Africa

chaad

  • Duguwa dynasty (c. 700 – c. 1075)
  • Sayfawa dynasty (c. 1075 – 1846)

misr

  • 1st dynasty (c. 3050 – 2890 BC)
  • 2nd dynasty (2890 – 2686 BC)
  • 3rd dynasty (2686 – 2613 BC)
  • 4th dynasty (2613 – 2498 BC)
  • 5th dynasty (2498 – 2345 BC)
  • 6th dynasty (2345 – 2181 BC)
  • 7th and 8th dynasties (2181 - 2160 BC)
  • 9th dynasty (2160 – 2130 BC)
  • 10th dynasty (2130 – 2040 BC)
  • 11th dynasty (2134 – 1991 BC)
  • 12th dynasty (1991 – 1803 BC)
  • 13th dynasty (1803 – 1649 BC)
  • 14th dynasty (1705 – 1690 BC)
  • 15th dynasty (1674 – 1535 BC)
  • 16th dynasty (1660 – 1600 BC)
  • 17th dynasty (1650 – 1549 BC)
  • 18th dynasty (1549 – 1292 BC)
  • 19th dynasty (1292 – 1186 BC)
  • 20th dynasty (1186 – 1069 BC)
  • 21st dynasty (1069 – 945 BC)
  • 22nd dynasty (945 – 720 BC)
  • 23rd dynasty (837 – 728 BC)
  • 24th dynasty (732 – 720 BC)
  • 25th dynasty (732 – 653 BC)
  • 26th dynasty (672 – 525 BC)
  • Achaemenid dynasty (525 – 404 BC)
  • 28th dynasty (404 – 398 BC)
  • 29th dynasty (398 – 380 BC)
  • 30th dynasty (380 – 343 BC)
  • Achaemenid dynasty (343 – 332 BC)
  • Argead dynasty (332 – 309 BC)
  • Ptolemaic Dynasty (305 – 30 BC)
  • Julio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC – AD 68)
  • Flavian Dynasty (69 – 96)
  • Nervan-Antonian Dynasty (96 – 192)
  • Severan Dynasty (193 – 235)
  • Constantinian dynasty (303 – 336)
  • Valentinian Dynasty (364 – 457)
    • House of Theodosius from 379
  • Leonid dynasty (457 – 518)
  • Justinian Dynasty (518 – 602)
  • Sassanian dynasty
  • Heraclian Dynasty (602 – 695 and 705 – 711)
  • Rashidun Caliphate
  • Umayyad Caliphate
  • Abbasid Caliphate
  • Mamelukes
  • Ottoman Sultanate
  • Muhammad Ali Dynasty (1805 – 1953)

ithiyopiya

  • Aksumite Empire
  • Zagwe dynasty (c. 900 – 1270)
  • Solomonic dynasty (1270 – 1974)
  • Mudaito Dynasty (1734 –vartamaan)

geeniya (Guinea)

  • Keita dynasty (c. 1200 – 1670)

morakko

  • Idrisid dynasty (789 – 974)
  • Maghrawa dynasty (987 – 1070)
  • Almoravid dynasty (1073 – 1147)
  • Almohad dynasty (1147 – 1269)
  • Marinid dynasty (1258 – 1420)
  • Wattasid dynasty (1420 – 1554)
  • Saadi dynasty (1554 – 1659)
  • Alaouite dynasty (1666 onwards)

naaijera

  • Eri dynasty of the Igbo and Igala peoples
  • Eweka dynasty of Benin (a cadet branch of the Ooduan dynasty)
  • Ibn Fodio dynasty of Sokoto and Gwandu
  • Jaja dynasty of Opobu
  • Modibo Adama dynasty of Adamawa
  • el-Kanemi dynasty of Bornu
  • Ooduan dynasty of Ife, Egba, Ketu, Sabe, Oyo, Ijero and the Ilas
  • Asodeboyede dynasty of Akure (a cadet branch of the Ooduan dynasty)
  • Ologun Kutere dynasty of Lagos (a cadet branch of the Ooduan dynasty)
  • Sayfawa dynasty of Bornu

somaaliya

  • Gareen Dynasty
  • Walashma Dynasty
  • Gobroon Dynasty
  • Gerad Dynasty
  • Hobyo Dynasty

dakshin afreekaaS

  • Zulu Royal Family
  • Rain Queen dynasty
  • Transkeian dynasty of the Thembus (which counts Nelson Mandela as a non-regnal member)

Asia

Afghanistan

  • Durrani Dynasty (1747 – 1823 and 1839 – 1842)
  • Barakzai Dynasty (1818 – 1839, 1842 – 1929 and 1929 – 1973)
  • Usurper King (January 17, 1929 - October 13, 1929)

bhootaan

  • House of Wangchuck (1907–vartamaan)

Bhaarat

  • naiyar vansh (pre-Vedic-18th century AD)
  • nand vansh (424 – 321 BCE)
  • maurya vansh (321 – 184 BCE)
  • sung vansh (185 – 73 BCE)
  • Jadeja/Sama dynasty (divided from Chandravansh.2000BC – 1948AC some places of India)
  • Kanva dynasty (75 – 26 BCE)
  • Satavahana dynasty (230 BCE – 220 CE)
  • Chera dynasty (300 BCE – 1200 CE)
  • Chola dynasty (278 BCE – 1279 CE)
  • Pandya dynasty (300 BCE – 1345 CE)
  • Pallava dynasty (250 BCE – 800 CE)
  • Kushāaṇaa dynasty (60 – 240 CE)
  • Vakataka dynasty (250 – 500 CE)
  • Gupta dynasty (280 – 550 CE)
  • Western Ganga dynasty (350 – 1000 CE)
  • Vishnukundina dynasty (420 – 624 CE)
  • Shahi dynasty (6th to 12th century)
  • Chalukya dynasty (6th to 12th century)
  • Pratihara dynasty (650 – 1036 CE)
  • Pala dynasty (750 – 1174 CE)
  • Rashtrakuta dynasty (753 – 982 CE)
  • Tibetan empire (7th to the 11th century)
  • Paramara dynasty (800 – 1327 CE)
  • Yadava dynasty (850 – 1334 CE)
  • Solanki dynasty (942 – 1244 CE)
  • Hoysala dynasty (1040 – 1346 CE)
  • Sena dynasty (1070 – 1230 CE)
  • Eastern Ganga dynasty (1078 – 1434 CE)
  • Kakatiya dynasty (1083 – 1323 CE)
  • Travancore dynasty (1102 – 1949 CE)
  • Ahom dynasty (1228 – 1826 CE)
  • Sultanate dynasties (1206 – 1526 CE)
  • Vijayanagara dynasty (1336 – 1646 CE)
  • Mughal dynasty (1526 – 1803 CE)
  • Maratha dynasty (1674 – 1818 CE)
  • Nehru-Gandhi dynasty (1947 CE -)

cheen

  • Five Emperors (2852 – 2205 BC)
  • Xia Dynasty (2100 – 1600 BC)
  • Shang Dynasty (1600 – 1046 BC)
  • Zhou Dynasty (1046 – 256 BC)
  • Warring States Period (475 – 221 BC) (Several of the Dynasties in the Warring States were descended from the Zhou royal family)[1]
    • State of Song (part of warring states) The rulers of the state of Song were descendants of the Shang royal family.[1]
    • State of Yue (part of warring states) The kings of Yueh claimed descent from the royal family of the Xia dynasty.[2]
    • State of Wu Same royal family as Zhou dynasty
    • State of Jin Same royal family as Zhou dynasty
    • State of Ba (barbarian state, non sinicized)
  • Qin Dynasty (221 – 206 BC) (The royal family of Qin ruled the State of Qin during warring states) (They also claimed descent from one of the Five emperors, Zhuanxu)
  • Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220)
    • Minyue - same royal family as state of yueh- they fled when conquered by Chu and established Minyue, Min yue coexisted with the Warring states period, Qin, and Han dynasty until han conquered it.
    • Nanyue (South Yue) - Proto-Cantonese state founded by Qin general Zhao Tuo. (It is also Vietnam's Trieu Dynasty.)
    • Xin Dynasty (AD 9 – 23) Xin dynasty inturepted the han dynasty, splitting it into east and west periods
  • Three Kingdoms (220 – 265) (The emperor of Shu was a descandant of the Han Dynasty royal family)
  • Jin Dynasty (265–420)
  • Northern Wei (controlled northern China to the Huai river) (386 – 534)
  • Southern and Northern Dynasties (420 – 589)
  • Sui Dynasty (581 – 618)
  • Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) (The Tang Emperors were members of the Li family, descended from a ruler in the Southern and Northern Dynasties)
    • Second Zhou Dynasty (690 – 705) Interrupted Tang dynasty
  • Liao Dynasty (Khitan) (907 – 1125) (controlled the 16 prefectures)
  • Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period (907 – 960)
  • Song Dynasty (960 – 1279)
  • Jin Dynasty (Jurchen) (controlled northern China to the Huai river) (1115–1234)
  • Yuan Dynasty (Mongol) (1271 – 1368)
  • Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644)
  • Shun Dynasty (1644)
  • Qing Dynasty (Manchu) (1644 – 1912)
    • Kingdom of Tungning (Taiwan, with Han Chinese rulers) (1662 – 1683)
  • Empire of China (1915 – 1916)

madhya Asia

  • Tamerlane Timurid
  • Ghaznavid Empire
  • Ghurid Empire
  • Ottoman Empire
  • Seljuq Khanate
  • Mughal Empire Mughulistan
  • Durrani Empire
  • Chagatai Khanate
  • Hotaki Dynasty
  • Suri Dynasty
  • Mamluk Sultanate
  • Khilji Dynasty
  • Tughlaq Khanate
  • Lodhi Dynasty
  • Khwarazm Dynasty
  • Samanid Dynasty

ijaraail

  • Davidic Dynasty
  • Hasmonean Dynasty
  • Achaemenid dynasty (343 – 332 BC)
  • Argead dynasty (332 – 309 BC)
  • Ptolemaic Dynasty (305 – 30 BC)
  • Herodian Dynasty
  • Julio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC – AD 68)
  • Flavian Dynasty (69 – 96)
  • Nervan-Antonian Dynasty (96 – 192)
  • Severan Dynasty (193 – 235)
  • Constantinian dynasty (303 – 336)
  • Valentinian Dynasty (364 – 457)
    • House of Theodosius from 379
  • Leonid dynasty (457 – 518)
  • Justinian Dynasty (518 – 602)
  • Heraclian Dynasty (602 – 695 and 705 – 711)

Japan

  • Yamato dynasty, Imperial house of Japan (660 BC–vartamaan, with power fluctuating between absolute ruler to ceremonial figurehead to constitutional monarch)
Ryūakyū
  • Shunten Dynasty (1187 – 1259)
  • Eiso dynasty (1260 – 1349)
  • Hokuzan (1314 – 1419)
  • Chuzan (1314 – 1429)
  • Nanzan (1314 – 1429)
  • First Shō Dynasty (1406 – 1469)
  • Second Shō Dynasty (1469 – 1879)

Korea

  • Gojoseon (2333 – 108 BCE)
  • Proto–Three Kingdoms (108 – 57 BCE)
  • Three Kingdoms of Korea (57 BCE – 668)
    • Silla (57 BCE – 935)
    • Goguryeo (37 BCE – 668)
    • Baekje (18 BCE – 660)
    • Gaya (42 CE – 562)
  • North-South States (698 – 935)
    • Unified Silla (668 – 935)
    • Balhae (698 – 926)
    • Later Three Kingdoms (892 – 936)
  • Goryeo Dynasty (918 – 1392)
  • Joseon Dynasty (1392 – 1897)
  • Korean Empire (1897 – 1910)

maaladeev

  • House of Theemuge (1117 – 1388)
  • Hilaalee dynasty (1388 – 1558)
  • (1558 – 1573) Interregnum
  • Utheemu dynasty (1573 – 1692)
  • (1692 – 1701) Kings who do not belong to a particular dynasty.
  • Isdhoo dynasty (1701 – 1704)
  • Dhiyamigili dynasty (1704 – 1757)
  • Huraa dynasty (1757 – 1766)
  • Dhiyamigili dynasty (1766 – 1773)
  • Huraa dynasty (1773 – 1953)
  • (1953 – 1953) Republic (President Muhammad Amin Didi).
  • Huraa dynasty (1953 – 1968)
  • (1968 – 1978) Republic (President Ibrahim Nasir).
  • (1978 – 2008) Republic (President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom).

Malaysia

  • White Rajahs (1841 – 1946)

mangoliya

  • mangol saamraajya (1206 – 1368)
    • Yuan Dynasty (1271 – 1368)
    • Golden Horde (1240s – 1502)
    • Ilkhanate (1256 – 1335)
    • Chagatai Khanate (1225 – 1687)
  • Northern Yuan Dynasty (1368 – 1634)
  • Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1912)

myaanmaar (barma)

  • Toungoo dynasty (1486 – 1752)
  • Konbaung dynasty (1752 – 1885)

fileepeens

Royal Families

  • Malay Dynasties
    • The Datu Puti Lineage (Ruled the defunct Confederation of Madya-as) (1200s – 1565)
  • hindu vansh
    • The Lakandula Dynasty (Ruled the defunct Kingdom of Tondo) (1150 – 1589)
    • The House of Tupas (Ruled the defunct Rajahnate of Cebu) (up to 1565)
    • The House of Sri Bata Shaja(Ruled the defunct Rajahnate of Butuan) (989 – 1586)
  • muslim vansh
    • The Ud-Din Royal Hashemite Family (A dynasty which ruled the Maguinadanao Sultanate) (1480 – 1830)
    • The Kiram Royal Hashemite Family (Rules the Sulu Sultanate) (1823 – Present)

shri lanka

uttar
  • Polonnaruwan Dynasty
  • Aryacakravartese Dynasty
  • Ceilãao Dynasty
  • Zeylan Dynasty
  • Kandy Dynasty
  • Ceylon Dynasty
  • Dominion Dynasty
  • First Sinhalese Dynasty
  • Eelamese Dynasty
  • Second Sinhalese Dynasty
dakshin
  • Raigaman Dynasty
  • Kotte Dynasty
  • Sitawakan Dynasty
  • Kandy Dynasty
  • Ceylon Dynasty
  • Dominion Dynasty
  • Sinhalese Dynasty

Saudi Arabia

  • House of Saud (1932–vartamaan)

Tibet

  • Yarlung Dynasty (up to 842)
  • Sakya lama (13–14th century, but subordination to the Mongol Yuan Dynasty)
  • Phagmodrupa Dynasty
  • Dalai Lama (1492 – 1959, but subordination to Manchu Qing Dynasty between 1720 and 1912)

thaailaind

  • Hari Pun Chai dynasty (663 – 1293)
  • Phra Roung dynasty (Sukhothai Kingdom) (1237 – 1438)
  • Mangrai dynasty (1261 – 1578)
  • Eu Thong dynasty (1350 – 1370), (1388 – 1409)
  • Suphanabhumi dynasty (1370 – 1350), (1409 – 1569)
  • Phra Roung Dynasty (Ayutthaya Kingdom) (1569 – 1629)
  • Prasart Thong dynasty (1629 – 1688)
  • Bann Plu Luang dynasty (1688 – 1767)
  • Tipchakratiwong dynasty (Seven princes dynasty) (Lanna Kingdom) (1732 – 1932)
  • Thonburi dynasty (1767 – 1782)
  • Chakri dynasty (1782 onwards)

Turkey

  • Seljuq Dynasty (1077 – 1307)
  • Ottoman Dynasty (1281 – 1923)

viytanaam

  • Hồang Bàang Dynasty (2919 – 258 BC)
  • Thụac Dynasty (257 – 207 BC)
  • Triệau Dynasty (207 – 111 BC)
  • Han Dynasty (Chinese) (111 BC – 39 AD and 43 – 220)
  • Trưang Sisters (40 – 43)
  • Eastern Wu Dynasty (Chinese) (229 – 280)
  • Jin Dynasty (Chinese) (280 – 420)
  • Southern Qi Dynasty (Chinese) (479 – 502)
  • Liang Dynasty (Chinese) (502 – 544)
  • Anterior Lý Dynasty (544 – 602)
  • Sui Dynasty (Chinese) (602 – 618)
  • Tang Dynasty (Chinese) (618 – 905)
  • Khúac Family (906 – 930)
  • Ngô Dynasty (939 – 967)
  • Đainh Dynasty (968 – 980)
  • Prior Lê Dynasty (980 – 1009)
  • Lý Dynasty (1009 – 1225)
  • Trầan Dynasty (1225 – 1400)
  • Hồ Dynasty (1400 – 1407)
  • Posterior Trầan Dynasty (1407 – 1413)
  • Ming Dynasty (Chinese) (1414 – 1427)
  • Later Lê Dynasty (1428 – 1527 and 1533 – 1788)
  • Mạac Dynasty (1527 – 1677)
  • Trịanh Lords (1545 – 1787)
  • Nguyễan Lords (1558 – 1777)
  • Tâay Sơan Dynasty (1778 – 1802)
  • Nguyễan Dynasty (1802 – 1945)
  • House of Bonaparte (European) (1870)
champa
  • 1st dynasty (192 - 336)
  • 2nd dynasty (336 - 420)
  • 3rd dynasty (420 - 529)
  • 4th dynasty (529 - 758)
  • 5th dynasty (758 - 854)
  • 6th dynasty (854 - 989)
  • 7th dynasty (989 - 1044)
  • 8th dynasty (1044–1074)
  • 9th dynasty (1074–1139)
  • 10th dynasty (1139–1145)
  • 11th dynasty (1145–1190)
  • 12th dynasty (1190–1318)
  • 13th dynasty (1318–1390)
  • 14th dynasty (1390–1458)
  • 15th dynasty (1458–1471)
  • vacant (1471–1695)
  • Dynasty of Po Saktiraidaputih (1695–1822)

Europe

Austria

  • House of Habsburg (1273-1918)

Albania

  • Progon Dynasty (1190–1216)
  • Angevin (1272–1368)
  • Kastrioti (1444–1468)
  • Wied (1914)
  • Zogu (1928–1939)

Armenia

  • Orontid Dynasty
  • Artaxiad Dynasty or the Artashesi Dynasty (189 BC-12 AD)
  • Arsacid Dynasty or the Arshakuni Dynasty (54-428)
  • Bagratuni Dynasty or the Bagratid Dynasty of Armenia (885-1045)
  • Rubenid Dynasty or the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia (1080–1225)

Belgium

  • House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1831–vartamaan)

Bosnia

  • House of Boričaević (1154–1163, 1536-)
  • House of Kulinić (1163–1250)
  • House of Kotromanić (1250–1463)
  • House of Berislavić, deposed (1463–1536)

Bulgaria

  • House of Dulo (632 - 753)
    • Krum's dynasty (777 - 976/997)
    • Cometopuli dynasty (976/997 - 1018)
  • House of Asen (1187–1280)
  • House of Terter (1280–1331)
  • House of Sratsimir (1331–1422)
  • Battenberg family (1878–1886)
  • House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1886–1947)

Barbarians

Bavarii
  • Agilolfing Dynasty
Franks
  • Merovingian Dynasty (481-751)
  • Carolingian Dynasty (751-843)
  • Arnulfings or Pippinids, mayors of the palaces
Huns

This is a list of rulers of the Huns. Period Ruler

  • Vund c. 360
  • Balamber 360 - 378
  • Baltazáar (Alypbi) 378 - 390
  • Uldin (Khan of the Western Huns) 390 - 410
  • Donatus (Khan of the Eastern Black Sea Huns & beyond) 410 - 412
  • Charaton (Aksungur) 412 - 422
  • Octar[1] 422 - 432
  • Rugila 432-434
  • Bleda with Attila c. 434-c. 445
  • Attila "the Hun" c. 434-453
  • Ellac 453-c. 455
  • Tuldila fl. c. 457
  • Dengizich (Sabirs attack c.460-463) ?-469 with Hernach/BelkErmak
  • Hernach/BelkErmak[2] 469-503
  • House of Dulo Bulgaria (390-503) A Nominalia of the Bulgarian khans genealogy claims that the Dulo clan is descended from Attila the Hun.
Scirii
  • Edeko
  • Odoacer (435–493), was the 5th-century King of Italy
Avars
Lombards
See Early kings of the Lombards.
  • Lething Dynasty (until early 6th century)
  • Gausian Dynasty (546-572)
  • Bavarian Dynasty (616-712)
Ostrogoths
  • Amal Dynasty (before 474-536)
Suebi
  • Suebic Dynasty (409-585)
Vandals
  • Hasdingi (before 407-534)
Visigoths
  • Balthi Dynasty (395-531)

Byzantine Empire

  • Constantinian dynasty (303-336)
  • Valentinian Dynasty (364-457)
    • House of Theodosius from 379
  • Leonid dynasty (457-518)
  • Justinian Dynasty (518-602)
  • Heraclian Dynasty (602-695 and 705-711)
  • Isaurian Dynasty (717-802)
  • Phrygian Dynasty (820-867)
  • Macedonian Dynasty (867-1056)
  • Komnenid Dynasty (1057–1059 and 1081–1185)
  • Doukid Dynasty (1059–1081)
  • Angelid Dynasty (1185–1204)
  • Laskarid Dynasty (1204–1261), in exile in Nicaea
  • Palaiologid Dynasty (1261–1453)

Croatia

  • Trpimirović Dynasty (845-1091)
  • Áaarpáaad Dynasty (c.1102-1301)
  • Přaemyslid Dynasty (1301–1305)
  • House of Wittelsbach (1305–1308)
  • Capetian Dynasty, House of Anjou (1308–1395)
  • House of Luxemburg (1387–1437)
  • Habsburg Dynasty (1437–1457, 1526-1918)
  • Jagiellonian Dynasty (1440–1526)
  • Záapolya Dynasty (1526–1571)
  • Habsburg Dynasty (1526-1918)

Denmark

  • see List of Danish monarchs (-1412)
  • House of Oldenburg (1448-1863)
    • House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glüacksburg (1863 to the present)

France

  • Carolingian Dynasty (843-987)
  • Capetian Dynasty (987-1792, 1814–1848)
    • Direct Capetians (987-1328)
    • House of Valois (1328–1589)
      • Direct House of Valois (1328–1498)
      • House of Valois-Orléaans (1498–1515)
      • House of Valois-Angoulêame (1515–1589)
    • House of Bourbon (1589–1792 and 1814–1848)
      • House of Bourbon-Vendôame (1589–1792, 1814–1830)
      • House of Bourbon-Orléaans (1830–1848)
  • Bonaparte Dynasty (1804–1814 and 1852–1870)

Georgia

  • Pharnabazid Dynasty (299-90 BC, 30BC-189 AD)
  • Artaxiad Dynasty (90-30 BC)
  • Arsacid Dynasty (189-284 AD)
  • Chosroid Dynasty (284-580, 627-684)
    • Guaramid Dynasty (588-627, 684-748, 779-786)
  • Nersianid Dynasty (748-780)
  • Bagratid (Bagrationi) dynasty (813-1810)

Germany

  • Carolingian Dynasty (843-911)
  • Conradines (911-918)
  • Ottonian Dynasty (919-1024)
  • Salian Dynasty or Franconian Dynasty (1024–1125)
  • Supplinburger Dynasty (1125–1137)
  • House of Hohenstaufen (1137–1254)
  • House of Habsburg (1273–1291, 1298–1308, and 1438-1740)
    • House of Lorraine (1745–1806)
  • House of Nassau (1292–1298)
  • House of Luxemburg (1308–1313, 1347–1400, and 1410–1437)
  • House of Wittelsbach (1314–1347, 1400–1410, and 1742–1745)
  • House of Hohenzollern (1871–1918)
Bavaria
  • Liutpolding Dynasty 889-947
  • Ottonian Dynasty 947-1017
  • House of Luxembourg 1017-1026, 1039–1047
  • Salian Dynasty 1026-1039, 1053–1061
  • House of Welf 1070-1138, 1156–1180
  • House of Babenberg 1138-1156
  • House of Wittelsbach 1180-1918
Saxony
  • Liudolfing Dynasty 843-961
  • Billung Dynasty 961-1106
  • Supplinburger Dynasty 1106-1127
  • House of Welf 1127-1138, 1142–1180
  • Ascanian Dynasty 1138-1142, 1180–1422
  • Wettin Dynasty 1422-1918

Hungary

  • Áaarpáaad Dynasty (c.895-1301)
  • Samuel Aba of Hungary Aba - Áaarpáaad Dynasty (1038–1044)
  • Přaemyslid Dynasty (1301–1305)
  • House of Wittelsbach (1305–1308)
  • Capetian Dynasty, House of Anjou (1308–1395)
  • House of Luxemburg (1387–1437)
  • Habsburg Dynasty (1437–1457, 1526-1918)
  • Jagiellonian Dynasty (1440–1526)
  • Záapolya Dynasty (1526–1571)
  • Habsburg Dynasty (1526-1918)

Monaco

  • House of Grimaldi which is actually Italian in origin.

Montenegro

  • Vojislavljević Dynasty (c. 7th century - 1186)
  • Nemanjić Dynasty (1186–1355)
  • Balšaić Dynasty (1356–1435)
  • Crnojević Dynasty (1435–1516)
  • Petrović-Njegoš Dynasty (1696–1918)
  • Karađaorđaević Dynasty (1918–1941)

Iberia

Aragon
  • Jiméanez Dynasty (1035–1162)
  • House of Barcelona (1162–1410)
  • House of Trastáamara (1412–1516)
  • House of Habsburg (1516–1700 and 1701–1707)
Asturias
  • Peláayez Dynasty (718-739)
  • Péarez Dynasty (739-925)
Barcelona
  • House of Barcelona (878-1410)
  • House of Trastáamara (1412–1516)
  • House of Habsburg (1516–1700 and 1701–1714)
  • House of Bourbon (1714–1716)
Castile
  • House of Lara (930-1032), counts
  • Jiméanez Dynasty (1035–1126), kings
  • House of Burgundy (1126–1369)
  • House of Trastáamara (1369–1516)
  • House of Habsburg (1516–1700)
Leóan
  • Péarez Dynasty (910-1037)
  • Jiméanez Dynasty (1037–1126)
  • House of Burgundy (1126–1369)
  • House of Trastáamara (1369–1516)
  • House of Habsburg (1516–1700)
Navarre
  • House of Íaañaaiguez (824-905)
  • Jiméanez Dynasty (905-1234)
  • House of Champagne (1234–1305)
  • House of Capet (1284–1349)
  • House of Éaavreux (1328–1441)
  • House of Trastáamara (1425–1479)
  • House of Foix (1479–1516)
  • House of Albret (1483–1572)
  • House of Bourbon (1572–1620)
Portugal
  • House of Víamara Peres (868-1071), counts
  • House of Burgundy or Afonsine Dynasty (1093–1383), counts until 1139, then kings
  • House of Aviz or Joannine Dynasty (1385–1580)
    • House of Aviz-Beja (1495–1580)
  • House of Habsburg or Philippine Dynasty (1580–1640)
  • House of Braganza or Brigantine Dynasty (1640–1910)
    • House of Braganza-Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1853–1910)
Spain
Before the unification of Castile and Aragon
  • House of Trastáamara (1492–1516)
  • House of Habsburg (1516–1700)
  • House of Bourbon (1700–1714) (Disputed during the War of the Spanish Succession)
After the unification of Castile and Aragon
  • House of Bourbon (1714–1868, 1874–1931, and 1975 to the present)
  • House of Bonaparte (1808–1813)
  • House of Savoy (1871–1873)

Ireland

  • Fir Ol nEchmacht
  • Dal Fiachrach Suighe
  • The Connachta
  • Uí Fiachrach
  • Uí Néaill
  • Eóaganachta
  • Uí Dúanlainge
  • Uí Cheinnselaig
  • Dáal Riata
  • Dáal nAraidi
  • Dáal Fiatach
  • Clann Cholmáain
  • Síal nÁaaedo Sláaine
  • Cenéal nEóagain
  • Cenéal Conaill
  • Uí Briúain Bréaifne
  • Dáal gCais
  • MacDermot
  • Ó Neill
  • O'Donnell (O Domhnaill)
  • O Connor Sligo
  • O'Conor Don
  • O'Brien

Italy

  • House of Savoy (1861–1946)

Netherlands

  • House of Orange (1772- to the present)

Norway

  • Fairhair Dynasty (890-1319)
  • House of Lade
  • House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glüacksburg (1905 to the present)

Poland

  • Piast Dynasty (9th century-1296 and 1306–1370)
  • Přaemyslid Dynasty (1291–1306)
  • Capetian Dynasty, House of Anjou (1370–1399)
  • Jagiellonian Dynasty (1386–1572 and 1575–1586)
  • Valois Dynasty (1573–1574)
  • House of Báathory (1576–1586)
  • House of Vasa (1587–1668)
  • House of Wiśaniowiecki (1669–1673)
  • House of Sobieski (1674–1696)
  • Wettin Dynasty (1697–1706, 1709–1733 and 1736–1764)
  • House of Leszczyńaski (1704–1709 and 1733–1736)
  • House of Poniatowski (1764–1795)

Roman Empire

  • Julio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC-AD 68)
  • Flavian Dynasty (69-96)
  • Nervan-Antonian Dynasty (96-192)
  • Severan Dynasty (193-235)
  • Constantinian dynasty (303-363)
  • Valentinian Dynasty (364-457)
    • House of Theodosius from 379

Romania

  • House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1866–1947)

Russia

  • House of Rurikovich (862-1598, 1606–1610)
  • House of Romanov (1613–1762)
  • House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov, called Romanov (1762–1917)

Serbia

  • House of Vlastimirović (610-960)
  • House of Vojislavljević (1034–1186)
  • House of Nemanjić (1166–1371)
  • House of Lazarević (1371–1427)
  • House of Branković (1427–1502)
  • House of Karađaorđaević (1811–1813, 1842–1858 and 1903–1941)
  • House of Obrenović (1815–1842 and 1858–1903)

Sweden

  • House of Uppsala (970-1060)
  • House of Stenkil (1060–1130)
  • House of Sverker (1130–1222), interspersed with House of Eric
  • House of Eric (1156–1250), interspersed with House of Sverker
  • House of Bjäalbo or Folkung Dynasty (1248–1387)
  • House of Vasa (1521–1654)
  • House of Wittelsbach or House of Palatinate–Zweibrüacken-Kleeburg (1654–1720)
  • House of Hesse (1720–1751)
  • House of Holstein-Gottorp (1751–1818)
  • House of Bernadotte (1818 to the present)

Two Sicilies

Sicily
  • House of Hauteville (1071–1198), counts until 1130
  • House of Hohenstaufen (1194–1266)
  • House of Capet, House of Anjou (1266–1282)
  • House of Barcelona (1282–1410)
  • House of Trastáamara (1412–1516)
  • House of Habsburg (1516–1700 and 1720–1735)
  • House of Bourbon (1700–1713)
  • House of Savoy (1713–1720)
  • House of Bourbon (1735–1861)
  • (As a region of the Kingdom of Italy.) House of Savoy (1861–1946)

British Isles (under English rule)

England
  • House of Wessex (802-1016 and 1042–1066)
  • House of Denmark (1013–1014 and 1016–1042)
  • Norman Dynasty (1066–1154)
  • Plantagenet Dynasty (1154-1485)
    • House of Anjou (1154–1399)
    • House of Lancaster (1399–1461 and 1470–1471) (Throne merged with Irish)
    • House of York (1461–1470 and 1471–1485)
  • House of Tudor (1485–1603)
  • House of Stuart (1603–1714) (Throne merged with Scotland)
Ireland
  • Crowley
  • Burke
  • Clanricarde
  • Plantagenet Dynasty (1154-1485)
    • House of Anjou (1154–1399)
    • House of Lancaster (1399–1461 and 1470–1471) (Throne merged with English)
Scotland
  • House of Alpin (843-1034)
  • House of Dunkeld (1034–1040, 1058–1286)
  • House of Moray (1040–1058)
  • House of Baliol (1292–1296) (see Belgium, Flanders)
  • Plantagenet Dynasty
  • House of Bruce (1306–1371)
  • House of Stewart (1371-1707) (Throne Merged with English)
Kingdoms after the Union of the Crowns (1603-1707)

The crown of the Kingdom of England and Ireland merged with that of the Kingdom of Scotland to form a personal union between England-Ireland and Scotland (the former a personal union itself)

  • House of Stuart (1603–1707)
Personal Union between Great Britain and Ireland (1707-1801)
  • House of Stuart (1707–1801)
  • House of Hanover (1714–1801)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1801-1921)
  • House of Hanover (1801–1901)
  • House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1901–1910)
Personal Union of the UK [of GB and NI] and several other Irish states (1921-1949)
  • House of Windsor (1921–1949)
UK [of GB and NI] (Without the personal union with Ireland) (1949–vartamaan)
  • House of Windsor (1949–vartamaan)

uttari America

haiti

  • Dessalines Dynasty (1804–1806)
  • Christophe Dynasty (1811–1820)
  • Soulouque Dynasty (1849–1859)

maiksiko

  • House of Iturbide (1822–1823)
  • House of Habsburg (1864–1867)

oseeniya

havaai

  • Kingdom of Hawaii (1795–1810)
    • Kamehameha Dynasty (c.1795-1872)
    • Kalāakaua Dynasty (c.1874-1893)
    • Kawananakoa Dynasty (c.1868-?)
    • Kalokuokamaile Dynasty (c.1860-?)

new jeelaind maaori (New Zealand Māaori)

  • Te Wherowhero Dynasty (1856 to the present)

taahiti (Tahiti)

  • Pōamare Dynasty (1788–1880)

tonga (Tonga)

  • Tu'i Tonga Dynasty (c. 900-1865)
  • Tupou Dynasty (1875 to the present)

dakshin America

Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia

  • Tounes dynasty (1860–1862)

Brazil

  • House of Braganza (1822–1889)

Inca Empire

  • Hurin dynasty (1197 - c.1350)
  • Haran dynasty (c.1350 - 1572)

ganaraajyon ke raajanaitik parivaar

Though in elected governments rule does not pass automatically by inheritance, political power often accrues to generations of related individuals even in Republics. Eminence, Influence, familiarity, tradition, genetics, and even nepotism may contribute to this phenomenon.

Family dictatorships are a slightly different concept, where political power passes within a family due to the overwhelming authority of the leader, rather than informal power accrued to the family.

kuchh raajaneetik vansh:

  • The Beazley and Crean families (Australian Labor Party)
  • Ziaur Rahman's and Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's families (Bangladesh)
  • Aung San Suu Kyi's family (Burma)
  • The Nehru-Gandhi family (India)
  • The Soekarnos (Indonesia)
  • The Kims (North Korea)
  • The Bhutto family (Pakistan)
  • The Zia family (Pakistan)
  • The Macapagal Family (Philippines)
  • The Aquino Family(Philippines)
  • The Estrada Family (Philippines)
  • The Marcos Family (Philippines)
  • The Medici family (Republic of Florence)
  • Lee Kuan Yew's family (Singapore)
  • Solomon Bandaranaike's family (Sri Lanka)
  • The Assads (Syria)
  • The Churchills/Dukes of Marlborough (UK)
  • The (Earl) Russells (UK)
  • The Chamberlains (UK)
  • The Greys (UK)
  • The Pitts (UK)
  • The Adamses (United States)
  • The Kennedys (United States)
  • The Bushes (United States)
  • The Long family (United States)
  • The Roosevelts (United States)
  • The Tafts (United States)
  • The Cuomo family (United States)
  • The Udalls (United States)

inhein bhi dekhein

sandarbh

  1. a aa The Times Atlas of World History (third edition), ISBN, 0-7230-0304-1
  2. The State of Yue