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First Rulers of Historical Kingdoms and Empires

Name the first ruler* of the following historical kingdoms and empires.
*As commonly accepted by most historians/scholars.
Quiz by Gyovhne
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Last updated: September 13, 2021
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The First...
Reign
Titleholder
Emperor of China (unified)
247 BC–221 BC
Qin Shi Huang
Roman Emperor
27 BC–14 BC
Caesar Augustus
Byzantine Emperor
306–337
Constantine the Great
King of the Franks (France)
509–511
Clovis I
Holy Roman Emperor
800–814
Charlemagne
King of the English (England)
927–939
Athelstan
Mongol Khagan-Emperor
1206–1227
Genghis Khan
Ottoman Sultan
1299–1326
Osman I
The First...
Reign
Titleholder
King of Spain (unified)
1475-1516
Ferdinand V & II
Mughal Emperor of India
1526–1530
Babur
Tsar of Russia
1547–1584
Ivan the Terrible
Queen of Great Britain
1707–1714
Anne
Emperor of the French
1804–1814
Napoleon I
Emperor of Austria
1804–1835
Franz II
German Emperor
1871–1888
Wilhelm I
3 Comments
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Level 78
Sep 13, 2021
Nice quiz!

Clovis is the only Ruler who needs the number, and even the latin. "Clovis" alone doesn't work.

Less important: While the German emperor has got his German name "Wilhelm", the Austrian emperor needs the english type-in; the German (=Austrian) name "Franz" doesn't work.

Still, I enjoyed it!

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Level 65
Sep 13, 2021
Thank you! I am glad you enjoyed it. I am sorry about the mistakes. I have corrected them accordingly. Franz is now acceptable, and Clovis no longer requires a number.

Thank you again for your input.

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Level 58
Apr 13, 2023
Constantine I is still considered a ROMAN emperor. Eastern and Western Empires were divided only at the death of Theodosius the great in 395