List of State Leaders in 492 - Asia


  • China (Southern and Northern Dynasties) -
    • Southern Qi Dynasty - Emperor Wu, Emperor of Qi (483–493)
    • Northern Wei Dynasty - Emperor Xiaowen, Emperor of Northern Wei (471–499)
  • Gupta Empire - Buddha Gupta, Gupta Emperor (477–496)
  • Hephthalite Empire - Toramana, Tegin of Hephthalite Empire (AKA White Huns) (c.490-515)
  • Japan (Kofun Era) - Emperor Ninken, Emperor of Japan (c.488-c.498)
  • Korea (Three Kingdoms) -
    • Baekje - Dongseong, King of Baekje (479–501)
    • Goguryeo - Munjamyeong, King of Goguryeo (491–519)
    • Silla - Soji, King of Silla (479–500)
  • Pallava - Nandi Varman I, King of Pallava (480–500)
  • Rouran Khaganate
    • Yujiulü Doulun, Khan of the Rouran Khaganate (485-492)
    • Yujiulü Nagai, Khan of the Rouran Khaganate (492-506)

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