List of State Leaders in 70 - Europe

Europe

  • Batavians – Gaius Julius Civilis, leader of the Batavians (?–c. 70)
  • Bosporan Kingdom – Tiberius Julius Rhescuporis I, Roman client King of Bosporus (68–90)
  • Brigantes – Venutius, King of the Brigantes (?–51, 69–?)
  • Caucasian Iberia – Qartam, King of Caucasian Iberia (58–72)
  • Dacia – Duras, King of Dacia (68–87)
  • Ireland – Elim mac Conrach, High King of Ireland (56–76)
  • Regnenses – Tiberius Claudius Cogidubnus, King of the Britons (50–?) and King of the Regnenses (43–?)
  • Roman Empire (Principate – Flavian dynasty)
    • Vespasian, Roman Emperor (69–79)
    • Vespasian, Consul (70)
    • Titus, Consul (70)
    • Arrius Varus, Praetorian prefect (69–70)
    • Tiberius Julius Alexander, Praetorian prefect (69–?)
    • Marcus Arrecinus Clemens, Praetorian prefect (70–71)
    • Roman Britain (Britannia Province) – Marcus Vettius Bolanus, Roman governor (69–71)
    • Ægyptus Province – Lucius Peducius Colo, Roman Prefect (70)
    • Judea (Iudaea Province)
      • Marcus Antonius Julianus, Roman Procurator (66–70)
      • Sextus Vettulenus Cerialis, Roman Legate (70–71)
      • Agrippa II, Tetrarch of Batanaea (53–100)
      • Aristobulus, Tetrarch of Chalcis (57–92)
      • Shimon ben Gamliel, Nasi of the Sanhedrin (50–70)
      • Phannias ben Samuel, High Priest of Judea (67–70)
    • Syria Province – Lucius Caesennius Paetus, Roman governor (70–72)
  • Ulaid – Elim mac Conrach, King of the Ulaid (56–76)

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