List of State Leaders in 1035 - Europe

Europe

  • Byzantine Empire -
    • Zoe (1028–1050)
    • Michael IV the Paphlagonian (1034–1041)
  • Caucasus
    • Kingdom of Armenia - Ashot IV Qadj (1021–1039)
    • Kingdom of Georgia - Bagrat IV (1027–1072)
  • Kingdom of Croatia - Stephen I (1030–1058)
  • Kingdom of Denmark -
    1. Canute the Great (1018–1035)
    2. Harthacnut (1035–1042)
  • Kingdom of England -
    1. Cnut the Great (1016–1035)
    2. Harold Harefoot (1035–1040)
  • Kingdom of France - Henry I (1031–1060)
    • County of Angoulême - Geoffrey (1032–1048)
    • County of Anjou - Fulk III (987–1040)
    • Duchy of Aquitaine - William VI (1030–1038)
    • County of Blois - Odo II (1004–1037)
    • Duchy of Brittany - Alan III (1008–1040)
    • Duchy of Burgundy - Robert I (1032–1076)
    • County of Flanders -
      1. Baldwin IV (987–1035)
      2. Baldwin V (1035–1067)
    • County of Maine - Herbert I (1015–1036)
    • Duchy of Normandy -
      1. Robert I the Magnificent (1027–1035)
      2. William the Bastard (1035–1087)
    • County of Toulouse - William III Taillefer (978–1037)
    • County of Vermandois - Otto (1010–1045)
  • Duchy of Gascony - Berengar (1032–1036)
  • Holy Roman Empire - Conrad II, King of Germany (1024–1039) and Holy Roman Emperor (1027–1039)
    • Duchy of Bavaria - Henry VI (1026–1041)
      • March of Austria - Adalbert (1018–1055)
    • Duchy of Bohemia - Bretislaus I (1034–1055)
    • Burgundy -
      • County of Burgundy - Renaud I (1026–1057)
      • County of Provence -
        • William III, Margrave of Provence (1014–1037)
        • Fulk Bertrand (1018–1051)
        • Geoffrey I (1032–1062)
      • County of Savoy - Humbert I (1003–1047/1048)
    • Duchy of Carinthia -
      1. Adalbero (1011–1035)
      2. Conrad II (1035–1039)
    • Duchy of Lower Lorraine - Gothelo I (1023–1044)
      • County of Frisia - Dirk III (993–1039)
      • County of Leuven - Henry I (1015–1038)
      • County of Mons - Reginar V (1013–1039)
    • Duchy of Upper Lorraine - Gothelo I (1033–1044)
      • County of Bar - Sophie (1033–1093)
      • County of Luxembourg - Henry II (1026–1047)
    • County Palatine of Lotharingia - Otto II (1034–1045)
    • Duchy of Saxony - Bernard II (1011–1059)
      • Northern March - Bernard (1009–1051)
      • March of Meissen - Herman I (1009–1038)
    • Duchy of Swabia - Herman IV (1030–1038)
  • Kingdom of Hungary - Stephen (1000–1038)
  • Ireland -
    • Connacht - Art Uallach Ua Ruairc, King of Connacht (1030–1046)
    • Uí Maine - Mac Tadhg Ua Cellaigh, King of Uí Maine (1030–1065)
    • Leinster - Donnchad mac Gilla Pátraic, King of Leinster (1033–1039)
    • Munster - Donnchad mac Briain, King of Munster (1025–1064)
  • Kingdom of Italy - Conrad II (1027–1039)
    • Duchy of Amalfi - Manso II (1034–1038)
    • Principality of Benevento - Pandulf III (1033–1053)
    • Principality of Capua - Pandulf IV (1026–1038)
    • Catepanate of Italy - Constantine Opos (1033–1038)
    • Duchy of Gaeta - Pandulf IV (1032–1038)
    • March of Montferrat - William III (991–1042)
    • Duchy of Naples - Sergius IV (1002–1036)
    • Papal States - Pope Benedict IX (1032–1044)
    • Principality of Salerno - Guaimar IV (1027–1052)
    • Emirate of Sicily - al-Akhal (1019–1037)
    • March of Tuscany - Boniface III (1027–1052)
    • Republic of Venice - Domenico Flabanico, Doge of Venice (1032–1043)
  • Kievan Rus' - Yaroslav I the Wise (1019–1054)
    • Principality of Novgorod - Vladimir (1034–1052)
    • Principality of Polotsk - Bryachislav (1001–1044)
  • Kingdom of Norway -
    1. Canute the Great (1028–1035)
    2. Svein, Regent (1030–1035)
    3. Magnus I (1035–1047)
  • Kingdom of Poland - Bolesław the Forgotten (1034–1038)
  • Kingdom of Alba (Scotland) - Duncan I (1034–1040)
  • Serbia (Duklja) - Vojislav (1018–1043)
  • Spain -
    • County of Barcelona -
      1. Berengar Raymond I (1018–1035)
      2. Ramon Berenguer I (1035–1076)
    • County of Castile - Ferdinand I (1029–1037)
    • Kingdom of León - Bermudo III (1028–1037)
      • County of Portugal - Mendo III Nunes (1028–1050)
    • Kingdom of Pamplona -
      1. Sancho III (1004–1035)
      2. García Sánchez III (1035–1054)
    • County of Urgell - Ermengol II (1011–1038)
  • Kingdom of Sweden - Anund Jacob (1022–1050)
  • Wales -
    • Deheubarth - Hywel ab Edwin, Prince of Deheubarth (1033–1044)
    • Kingdom of Gwent - Edwyn ap Gwriad (1015–1045)
    • Kingdom of Gwynedd - Iago ab Idwal ap Meurig, Prince of Gwynedd (1023–1039)

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