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From 711 to 1492 which is about 781 years
The Zhou Dynasty was the longest dynasty to rule in china. From 1122bc to 221bc, this means that the Zhou dynasty ruled for 901 years. Giving the Zhou Dynasty the title of the… longest lasting Chinese dynasty.
1923 - 1939
The United States ruled the Philippines from December 10,1898 to July 4,1902. So, it lasted 3 years,8 months,and 24 days.
The Romanov dynasty, ruled Russia from 1613 to 1917. The first Romanov tsar was Michael Romanov. Michael inherited the crown after the "time of troubles" by an assembly of off…icials representing every city and town in all of Russia. History would make famous the last Tsar; Nicholas II. Nicholas along with his wife and children were murdered by the Bolsheviks on July 17 1918 in Ekaterinburg located in the Russian Ural region. The Last Tsar was actually not Nicholas the II, but his brother Michael. Michael refused the crown after Nicholas II abdicated as sovereign and also on behalf of his son, Alexis. The three hundred year old house of Romanov began with a Michael and so it ended with a Michael.
roughly 300 years
Cleopatra ruled from the age of 17 to the age of 36 she ruled first with her father and brothers then alone for a total of around 19 years between 49 BCE and 30 BCE.
The ancient Greeks did not rule. The Greek world was made up of hundreds of independent city-states each of which ruled itself.
He ruled from 11 November 644- 17 July 656
from 19 ACY (when luke and liea were born) to 4 ABY when Luke sliced off his hand and the emperor (remember palpatine) and was shocking luke with the dark side of the force an…d Darth Vader couldn't see his son in pain so he picked up the emperor and threw him into this thing and he died. In the end, Anikin furfilled his destiny as the chosen one and Luke became a jedi. I wish George Lucas made one more movie to sum everything, and I mean EVERYTHING up. plz answer my question on anisoka. thankz!
211 a.D - 217 a.d