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The archon was the chief magistrate in many Greek cities, but in Athens there were three archons, the archon eponymous, the polemarch (replaced in 501 BC by ten strategoi), and the basileus (the ceremonial remnant of the Athenian monarchy).
After 683 BC the offices were held for only a single year, and the year was named after the archon eponymous. The archon eponymous was the chief archon, and presided over meetings of the Boule and Ekklesia, the ancient Athenian assemblies. The archon eponymous remained the titular head of state even under the democracy, though with much reduced political importance. After 457 BC exarchons were automatically enrolled as life members of the Areopagus, though that assembly was no longer extremely important politically at that time.
Years where the name of the archon is unknown are identified as such. Years listed as "anarchy" mean that there was literally "no archon". There are various conflicting reconstructions of lists; sources for this list are given at the end. Note that the term of an archon covered two of our years, beginning in the spring or summer and continuing into the next spring or summer. The polemarch or strategoi, basileus, and thesmothetai (the six assistants to the archons) are also listed, where known.
This is a list of the eponymous archons of Athens.
Decennial archons
In 753 BC the perpetual archonship (essentially a kingship, see Kings of Athens) was limited to 10 years (the "decennial archons"):
753 BC743 BC 
Charops 
743 BC733 BC 
Aesimides 
733 BC723 BC 
Clidicus 
723 BC713 BC 
Hippomenes 
713 BC703 BC 
Leocrates 
703 BC693 BC 
Apsander 
693 BC683 BC 
Eryxias 
Annual archons
After 683 BC the archonship was limited to one year. Archons were chosen from the Areopagus council.
Year 
Eponymous Archon 
Other archons or notable events 

682 BC681 BC 
Creon 

681 BC680 BC 
Lysiades 

680 BC679 BC 
Tlisias 

679 BC671 BC 
Unknown 

671 BC670 BC 
Leostratus 

670 BC669 BC 
Unknown 

669 BC668 BC 
Pisistratus 

668 BC667 BC 
Autosthenes 

667 BC664 BC 
Unknown 

664 BC663 BC 
Miltiades 

663 BC659 BC 
Unknown 

659 BC658 BC 
Miltiades 

658 BC645 BC 
Unknown 

645 BC644 BC 
Dropides 

644 BC639 BC 
Unknown 

639 BC638 BC 
Damasias 

638 BC634 BC 
Unknown 

634 BC633 BC 
Epaenetus 

633 BC632 BC 
Unknown 

632 BC631 BC 
Cylon attempts to become tyrant 

631 BC624 BC 
Unknown 

624 BC623 BC 
Aristaechmus 

623 BC621 BC 
Unknown 

621 BC620 BC 
Draco 
Draco reforms the legal code 
620 BC615 BC 
Unknown 

615 BC614 BC 
Heniochides 

614 BC605 BC 
Unknown 

605 BC604 BC 
Aristocles 

604 BC600 BC 
Unknown 

600 BC599 BC 
Critias 

599 BC597 BC 
Unknown 

597 BC596 BC 
Cypselus 

596 BC595 BC 
Telecles 

595 BC594 BC 
Philombrotus 

594 BC593 BC 
Solon reforms Draco's code, then leaves Athens, resulting in weak archons and anarchy 

593 BC592 BC 
Dropides 

592 BC591 BC 
Eucrates 

591 BC590 BC 
Simon 

590 BC589 BC 
anarchy 

589 BC588 BC 
Phormion 

588 BC587 BC 
Philippus 

587 BC586 BC 
Unknown 

586 BC585 BC 
anarchy 

585 BC582 BC 
Unknown 

582 BC581 BC 
Damasias 

581 BC580 BC 
Damasias 
Damasias is expelled during his second term 
580 BC579 BC 
anarchy 
Committee of 10 men serves jointly as archons 
579 BC578 BC 
anarchy 

578 BC577 BC 
Unknown 

577 BC576 BC 
Archestratidas 

576 BC570 BC 
Unknown 

570 BC569 BC 
Aristomenes 

569 BC566 BC 
Unknown 

566 BC565 BC 
Hippocleides 

565 BC561 BC 
Unknown 

561 BC560 BC 
Comeas 
Pisistratus becomes tyrant 
560 BC559 BC 
Hegestratus 

559 BC558 BC 
Hegesias 

559 BC556 BC 
Unknown 

556 BC555 BC 
Hegesias 
Pisistratus is expelled but returns and becomes tyrant again 
555 BC554 BC 
Euthidemus 

554 BC548 BC 
Unknown 
Pisistratus expelled around 550 BC 
548 BC547 BC 
Erxicleides 

547 BC546 BC 
Thespius 
Pisistratus becomes tyrant again 
546 BC545 BC 
Phormion 

545 BC535 BC 
Unknown 

536 BC535 BC 
Phrynaeus 

535 BC533 BC 
Unknown 

533 BC532 BC 
Thericles 

532 BC528 BC 
Unknown 

528 BC527 BC 
Philoneus 
Hippias and Hipparchus succeed Pisistratus as tyrants 
527 BC526 BC 
Onetorides 

526 BC525 BC 
Hippias 

525 BC524 BC 
Cleisthenes 

524 BC523 BC 
Miltiades 

523 BC522 BC 
Calliades 

522 BC521 BC 
Pisistratus 

521 BC518 BC 
Unknown 

518 BC517 BC 
Hebron 

517 BC511 BC 
Unknown 
Hipparchus assassinated around 514 BC 
511 BC510 BC 
Harpactides 
Hippias overthrown 
510 BC509 BC 
Scamandrius 

509 BC508 BC 
Lysagoras 

508 BC507 BC 
Isagoras 
Cleisthenes competes with Isagoras for archonship, but is expelled by Cleomenes I of Sparta 
507 BC506 BC 
Alcmeon 

506 BC504 BC 
Unknown 

504 BC503 BC 
Acestorides 

503 BC501 BC 
Unknown 

501 BC500 BC 
Hermocreon 

500 BC499 BC 
Smyrus 

499 BC498 BC 
Lacratides 

498 BC497 BC 
Unknown 

497 BC496 BC 
Archias 

496 BC495 BC 
Hipparchus 

495 BC494 BC 
Philippus 

494 BC493 BC 
Pythocritus 

493 BC492 BC 
Themistocles 
Themistocles begins to build the Athenian navy 
492 BC491 BC 
Diognetus 

491 BC490 BC 
Hybrilides 

490 BC489 BC 
Phaenippus 
Battle of Marathon; Stesileus, Callimachus and Miltiades are strategoi 
489 BC488 BC 
Aristides the Just 

488 BC487 BC 
Agchises 

487 BC486 BC 
Telesinus 

486 BC485 BC 
Ceures 

485 BC484 BC 
Philocrates 

484 BC483 BC 
Leostratus 

483 BC482 BC 
Nicodemus 

482 BC481 BC 
Unknown 

481 BC480 BC 
Hypsichides 

480 BC479 BC 
Calliades 
Battle of Salamis; Aristides and Themistocles are strategoi 
479 BC478 BC 
Father of Pericles; Battle of Plataea; Aristides is strategos 

478 BC477 BC 
Timosthenes 

477 BC476 BC 
Adimandus 

476 BC475 BC 
Phaedon 

475 BC474 BC 
Dromoclides 

474 BC473 BC 
Acestorides 

473 BC472 BC 
Menon 

472 BC471 BC 
Hares 

471 BC470 BC 
Praxiergus 

470 BC469 BC 
Demotion 

469 BC468 BC 
Apsiphion 

468 BC467 BC 
Theagenides 

467 BC466 BC 
Lysistratus 

466 BC465 BC 
Lysanias 

465 BC464 BC 
Lysitheus 
Sophanes is a strategos 
464 BC463 BC 
Archedimides 

463 BC462 BC 
Tlipolemus 
Cimon is a strategos 
462 BC461 BC 
Ephialtes reforms the Areopagus, and is assassinated 

461 BC460 BC 
Euthippus 

460 BC459 BC 
Phrasicles 

459 BC458 BC 
Philocles 
Phrynicus, Dicaeogenes and Hippodamas are strategoi 
458 BC457 BC 
Hebron 

457 BC456 BC 
Mnisitheides 

456 BC455 BC 


455 BC454 BC 
Sosistratus 

454 BC453 BC 
Ariston 

453 BC452 BC 
Lysicrates 

452 BC451 BC 
Chaerephanes 

451 BC450 BC 
Andidotus 
Anaxicrates and Cimon are strategoi 
450 BC449 BC 
Euthydemus 

449 BC448 BC 
Pedieus 

448 BC447 BC 
Philiscus 
Pericles, Tolmides and Epiteles are strategoi 
447 BC446 BC 
Timarchides 

446 BC445 BC 
Callimachus 

445 BC444 BC 
Lysimachides 

444 BC443 BC 
Praxiteles 

443 BC442 BC 
Lysanias 
Pericles is a strategos 
442 BC441 BC 
Diphilus 
Pericles is a strategos 
441 BC440 BC 
Timocles 
Pericles and Glaucon are strategoi 
440 BC439 BC 
Morychides 
Pericles is a strategos 
439 BC438 BC 
Glaucinus 
Pericles is a strategos 
438 BC437 BC 
Theodorus 
Pericles is a strategos 
437 BC436 BC 
Ephthymenes 
Pericles is a strategos 
436 BC435 BC 
Lysimachus 
Pericles is a strategos 
435 BC434 BC 
Andiochides 
Pericles is a strategos 
434 BC433 BC 
Crates 
Pericles is a strategos 
433 BC432 BC 
Apseudes 
Pericles, Lacedaemonius, Diotimus, and Proteas are strategoi 
432 BC431 BC 
Pythodorus 
Peloponnesian War begins; Pericles and Callias are strategoi 
431 BC430 BC 
Euthydemus 
Pericles is a strategos 
430 BC429 BC 
Apollodorus 
Pericles dies; Xenophon, Hestiodorus, Calliades, Melesandrus, and Phanomachus are strategoi 
429 BC428 BC 
Epameinon 
Phormio is a strategos 
428 BC427 BC 
Diotemus 
Demosthenes, Asopius, Paches, Cleidippes, and Lysicles are strategoi 
427 BC426 BC 
Eucles 
Nicias, Charoiades and Procles are strategoi 
426 BC425 BC 
Euthynus 
Laches and Hippocrates are strategoi 
425 BC424 BC 
Stratocles 
Nicias, Eurymedon, Pythodorus, and Sophocles are strategoi 
424 BC423 BC 
Isarchus 
Demosthenes, Cleon, Thucydides and Hippocrates are strategoi 
423 BC422 BC 
Aminias 
Cleon is a strategos 
422 BC421 BC 
Alcaeus 
Cleon is a strategos 
421 BC420 BC 
Aristion 

420 BC419 BC 
Astyphilus 
Alcibiades is strategos 
419 BC418 BC 
Archias 

418 BC417 BC 
Andiphon 
Laches and Nicostratus are strategoi 
417 BC416 BC 
Euphemus 
Beginning of the Syracusan Expedition 
416 BC415 BC 
Arimnistus 
Nicias, Alcibiades, and Lamachus are strategoi 
415 BC414 BC 
Charias 
Alcibiades is a strategos 
414 BC413 BC 
Tisandrus 
Lamachus is a strategos 
413 BC412 BC 
Cleocritus 
Eurymedon, Demosthenes, and Nicias are strategoi; the latter two are executed in Sicily after the Syracusan Expedition fails 
412 BC411 BC 
Callias Scambonides 

411 BC410 BC 
Mnasilochus (died); Theopompus 
Simichus and Aristarchus are strategoi 
410 BC409 BC 
Glaucippus 

409 BC408 BC 
Diocles 
Anytus is a strategos 
408 BC407 BC 
Euctimon 

407 BC406 BC 
Andigenes 
Alcibiades, Adeimantus, and Aristocrates are strategoi 
406 BC405 BC 
Callias Angelides 
Archestratus, Thrasylus, Pericles, Lysias, Diomedon, Aristocrates, Erasinides, Protomachus, and Aristogenes are strategoi 
405 BC404 BC 
Alexias 
Adeimantus, Eucrates, Philocles, Menandrus, Tydeus, and Cephisodotus are strategoi 
404 BC403 BC 
Pythodorus 
Sparta sets up the oligarchy of the Thirty Tyrants; Pythodorus not recognized as Eponymous Archon 
403 BC402 BC 
Eucleides 

402 BC401 BC 
Micon 

401 BC400 BC 
Xenaenetus 

400 BC399 BC 
Laches 

399 BC398 BC 
Aristocrates 

398 BC397 BC 
Euthycles 

397 BC396 BC 
Souniades 

396 BC395 BC 
Phormion 

395 BC394 BC 
Diophandus 

394 BC393 BC 
Ebulides (or Eubulides) 

393 BC392 BC 
Demostratus 
Adeimantus is a strategos 
392 BC391 BC 
Philocles 

391 BC390 BC 
Nicoteles 

390 BC389 BC 
Demostratus 
Thrasybulus and Ergocles are strategoi 
389 BC388 BC 
Antipatrus 
Agyrrhius and Pamphilus are strategoi 
388 BC387 BC 
Pyrgion 
Thrasybulus and Dionysius are strategoi 
387 BC386 BC 
Theodotus 

386 BC385 BC 
Mystichides 

385 BC384 BC 
Dexitheus 

384 BC383 BC 
Dietrephes 

383 BC382 BC 
Phanostratus 

382 BC381 BC 
Evandrus 

381 BC380 BC 
Demophilus 

380 BC379 BC 
Pytheas 

379 BC378 BC 
Nicon 

378 BC377 BC 
Nausinicus 

377 BC376 BC 
Calleas 

376 BC375 BC 
Charisandrus 
Cedon is a strategos 
375 BC374 BC 
Hippodamas 

374 BC373 BC 
Socratides 

373 BC372 BC 
Asteius 
Iphicrates, Callistratus, Chabrias, and Timotheus are strategoi The second capture of Plataea occurred two years before the battle of Leuctra, when Asteius was Archon at Athens. Pausanias 9.1.8 
372 BC371 BC 
Alcisthenes 

371 BC370 BC 
Phrasicleides 
Megalopolis was united into one city in the same year, but a few months later, as occurred the defeat of the Lacedaemonians at Leuctra, when Phrasicleides was archon at Athens Pausanias Book 8 
370 BC369 BC 
Dyscinitus 

369 BC368 BC 
Lysistratus 

368 BC367 BC 
Nausigenes 

367 BC366 BC 
Polyzelus 

366 BC365 BC 
Ciphisodorus 
Chabrias is a strategos 
365 BC364 BC 
Chion 
Iphicrates is a strategos 
364 BC363 BC 
Timocrates 

363 BC362 BC 
Charicleides 
Ergophilus and Callisthenes are strategoi 
362 BC361 BC 
Molon 
Leosthenes and Autocles are strategoi 
361 BC360 BC 
Nicophemus 
Timomachus is a strategos 
360 BC359 BC 
Callimides 
Menon, Timotheus, and Cephisodotus are strategoi 
359 BC358 BC 
Eucharistus 

358 BC357 BC 
Ciphisodotus 

357 BC356 BC 
Agathocles 
Chabrias is a strategos 
356 BC355 BC 
Elpines 
Iphicrates, Timotheus, and Menestheus are strategoi 
355 BC354 BC 
Callistratus 

354 BC353 BC 
Diotemus 

353 BC352 BC 
Thudemus 

352 BC351 BC 
Aristodemus 

351 BC350 BC 
Theellus 
Theogenes is Basileus (possibly) 
350 BC349 BC 
Apollodorus 

349 BC348 BC 
Callimachus 
Hegesileus is a strategos 
348 BC347 BC 
Theophilus 

347 BC346 BC 
Themistocles 
Proxenus is a strategos 
346 BC345 BC 
Archias 

345 BC344 BC 
Ebulus 

344 BC343 BC 
Lyciscus 
Phocion is a strategos 
343 BC342 BC 
Pythodotus 

342 BC341 BC 
Sosigenes 

341 BC340 BC 
Nicomachus 

340 BC339 BC 
Theophrastus 
Phocion is a strategos 
339 BC338 BC 
Lysimachides 
Phocion is a strategos, and is defeated by Philip of Macedon 
338 BC337 BC 
Xaerondas 
Lysicles is a strategos 
337 BC336 BC 
Phrynichus 

336 BC335 BC 
Pythodilus 

335 BC334 BC 
Evaenetus 

334 BC333 BC 
Ctisicles 

333 BC332 BC 
Nicocrates 

332 BC331 BC 
Nicites 

331 BC330 BC 
Aristophanes 

330 BC329 BC 
Aristophon 

329 BC328 BC 
Ciphisophon 

328 BC327 BC 
Euthicritus 

327 BC326 BC 
Hegemon 

326 BC325 BC 
Chremes 

325 BC324 BC 
Andicles 
Philocles is a strategos 
324 BC323 BC 
Hegesias 

323 BC322 BC 
Ciphisodorus 
Phocion and Leosthenes are strategoi 
322 BC321 BC 
Philocles 

321 BC320 BC 
Archippus 
Panathenaic Amphora, Louvre MN705, Nicomachos Series 
320 BC319 BC 
Neaechmus 

319 BC318 BC 
Apollodorus 

318 BC317 BC 
Archippus 

317 BC316 BC 
Demogenes 

316 BC315 BC 
Democleides 

315 BC314 BC 
Praxibulus 

314 BC313 BC 
Nicodorus 

313 BC312 BC 
Theophrastus 

312 BC311 BC 
Polemon 

311 BC310 BC 
Simonides 

310 BC309 BC 
Hieromnemon 

309 BC308 BC 
Demetrius 

308 BC307 BC 
Charinus 

307 BC306 BC 
Anaxicrates 
Lysias is a thesmothete; Demetrius Phalereus is expelled when Demetrius I Poliorcetes captures the city from Cassander. 
306 BC305 BC 
Coroebus 
Pamphilus is a thesmothete 
305 BC304 BC 
Euxenippus 
Autolycus is a thesmothete 
304 BC303 BC 
Pherecles 
Epicharinus is a thesmothete 
303 BC302 BC 
Leostratus 
Diophantus is a thesmothete 
302 BC301 BC 
Nicocles 
Nicon is a thesmothete 
301 BC300 BC 
Clearchus 
Mnesarchus is a thesmothete 
300 BC299 BC 
Hegemachus 

299 BC298 BC 
Euctemon 
Theophilus is a thesmothete 
298 BC297 BC 
Mnesidemus 

297 BC296 BC 
Antiphates 

296 BC295 BC 
Nicias 
Anticrates is a thesmothete 
295 BC294 BC 
Nicostratus 
Dorotheus is a thesmothete 
294 BC293 BC 
Olympiodorus 
Thrasycles is a thesmothete 
293 BC292 BC 
Olympiodorus 
Epicurus is a thesmothete 
292 BC291 BC 
Philippus 

291 BC290 BC 
Cimon 

290 BC289 BC 
Aristonymus 

289 BC288 BC 
Charinus (?) 

288 BC287 BC 
Xenophon (?) 

287 BC286 BC 
Diocles 
Xenophon is a thesmothete 
286 BC285 BC 
Diotimus 
Lysistratus is a thesmothete 
285 BC284 BC 
Isaeus 

284 BC283 BC 
Euthius 
Nausimenes is a thesmothete 
283 BC282 BC 
Nicias 
Theophilus is a thesmothete 
282 BC281 BC 
Ourius 
Euxenus is a thesmothete 
281 BC280 BC 
Gorgias 

280 BC279 BC 
Sosistratus (?) 

279 BC278 BC 
Anaxicrates 

278 BC277 BC 
Democles 

277 BC276 BC 
Euboulus (?) 

276 BC275 BC 
Olbius 
Cydias is a thesmothete 
275 BC274 BC 
Philippides (?) 

274 BC273 BC 
Glaucippus 
Euthonius is a thesmothete 
273 BC272 BC 
Unknown 

272 BC271 BC 
Telocles (?) 

271 BC270 BC 
Pytharatus 

270 BC269 BC 
Peithidemus 
Cleigenes is a thesmothete 
269 BC268 BC 
Diogeiton 
Theodotus is a thesmothete 
268 BC267 BC 
Menecles 
Theodorus is a thesmothete 
267 BC266 BC 
Nicias 
Isocrates is a thesmothete 
266 BC265 BC 
Hagnias (?) 
Potamon is a thesmothete 
265 BC264 BC 
Philocrates 
Hegesippus is a thesmothete 
264 BC263 BC 
Diognetus 

263 BC262 BC 
Antipatrus 

262 BC261 BC 
Arrheneides 

261 BC260 BC 
Cleomachus 
Aphthonetus is a thesmothete 
260 BC259 BC 
Polystratus (?) 

259 BC258 BC 
Unknown 

258 BC257 BC 
Antiphon (?) 

257 BC256 BC 
Thymochares (?) 
Sostratus is a thesmothete 
256 BC255 BC 
Alcibiades (?) 

255 BC254 BC 
Euboulus 

254 BC253 BC 
Philostratus (?) 

253 BC252 BC 
Lysitheides (?) 

252 BC251 BC 
Lyceas (?) 

251 BC250 BC 
Callimedes 
Callias is a thesmothete 
250 BC249 BC 
Antimachus 
Chaerigenes 
249 BC248 BC 
Thersilochus 
Diodotus is a thesmothete 
248 BC247 BC 
Polyeuctus 
Chaerephon is a thesmothete 
247 BC246 BC 
Hieron 
Phaenylus is a thesmothete 
246 BC245 BC 
Diomedon 
Phoryscides is a thesmothete 
245 BC244 BC 
Theophemus 
Procles is a thesmothete 
244 BC243 BC 
Philoneus 

243 BC242 BC 
Cydenor 

242 BC241 BC 
Eurycleides 

241 BC240 BC 
Lysiades 
Aristomachus is a thesmothete 
240 BC239 BC 
Athenodorus 
Arcetus is a thesmothete 
239 BC238 BC 
Lysias 

238 BC237 BC 
Pheidostratus 

237 BC236 BC 
Cimon 

236 BC235 BC 
Ecphantus 

235 BC234 BC 
Lysanias 
Eumelus is a thesmothete 
234 BC233 BC 
Phanostratus (?) 

233 BC232 BC 
Unknown 

232 BC231 BC 
Jason 

231 BC230 BC 
Unknown 

230 BC229 BC 
Phanomachus (?) 

229 BC228 BC 
Heliodorus 
Charias is a thesmothete 
228 BC227 BC 
Leochares 
Theocrisius is a thesmothete 
227 BC226 BC 
Theophilus 
Philippus is a thesmothete 
226 BC225 BC 
Ergochares 
Zoilus is a thesmothete 
225 BC224 BC 
Nicetes 

224 BC223 BC 
Antiphilus 

223 BC222 BC 
Unknown 

222 BC221 BC 
Archelaus 
Moschus is a thesmothete 
221 BC220 BC 
Thrasyphon 

220 BC219 BC 
Menecrates 

219 BC218 BC 
Chaerephon 

218 BC217 BC 
Callimachus (?) 
Aristoteles is a thesmothete 
217 BC216 BC 
Unknown 

216 BC215 BC 
Hagnias 
Potamon 
215 BC214 BC 
Diocles 
Aristophanes is a thesmothete 
214 BC213 BC 
Euphiletus 

213 BC212 BC 
Heracleitus 

212 BC211 BC 
Philinus (?) 

211 BC210 BC 
Aeschron 

210 BC209 BC 
Unknown 

210 BC209 BC 
Callaeschrus 
Archicles is a thesmothete 
208 BC207 BC 
Ancylus (?) 

207 BC206 BC 
Pantiades (?) 

206 BC205 BC 
Callistratus (?) 
Hagnonides is a thesmothete 
205 BC204 BC 
Euandrus (?) 

204 BC203 BC 
Apollodorus 

203 BC202 BC 
Proxenides 
Euboulus is a thesmothete 
202 BC201 BC 
Euthycritus (?) 

201 BC200 BC 
Nicophon (?) 

200 BC199 BC 
Dionysius (?) 

199 BC198 BC 
Philon (?) 

198 BC197 BC 
Diodotus 

197 BC196 BC 
Sositeles 

196 BC195 BC 
Charicles 
Aeschrion is a thesmothete 
195 BC193 BC 
Unknown 

193 BC192 BC 
Phanarchides 

192 BC191 BC 
Diodotus 
Procles is a thesmothete 
191 BC190 BC 
Unknown 
Cephalus is a thesmothete 
190 BC189 BC 
Hippias (?) 
Theodosius is possibly a thesmothete 
189 BC188 BC 
Isocrates (?) 

188 BC187 BC 
Symmachus 
Archicles is a thesmothete 
187 BC186 BC 
Theoxenus 
Bioteles is possibly a thesmothete 
186 BC185 BC 
Zopyrus 
Megaristus is a thesmothete 
185 BC184 BC 
Eupolemus 
Stratonicus is a thesmothete 
184 BC183 BC 
Sosigenes (?) 

183 BC182 BC 
Hermogenes 

182 BC181 BC 
Timesianax 

181 BC180 BC 
Telesarchides 

180 BC179 BC 
Dionysius (?) 
Jason is a thesmothete 
179 BC178 BC 
Menedemus 

178 BC177 BC 
Philon 
Philistion is a thesmothete 
177 BC176 BC 
Speusippus 

176 BC175 BC 
Hippacus 

175 BC174 BC 
Sonicus 
Pausanias is a thesmothete 
174 BC173 BC 
Unknown 

173 BC172 BC 
Alexandrus (?) 

172 BC171 BC 
Sosigenes 

171 BC170 BC 
Antigenes 
Sosandrus is a thesmothete 
170 BC169 BC 
Unknown 

169 BC168 BC 
Eunicus 
Hieronymus is a thesmothete 
168 BC167 BC 
Xenocles 
Sthenedemus is a thesmothete 
167 BC166 BC 
Nicosthenes (?) 

166 BC165 BC 
Achaeus 
Heracleon is a thesmothete 
165 BC164 BC 
Pelops 
Dionysicles is a thesmothete 
164 BC163 BC 
Charias (?) 

163 BC162 BC 
Erastus 
Demetrius is a thesmothete 
162 BC161 BC 
Poseidonius 

161 BC160 BC 
Aristolas 

160 BC159 BC 
Tychandrus 
Sosigenes is a thesmothete 
159 BC158 BC 
Diocles (?) 
Dionysodorus is a thesmothete 
158 BC157 BC 
Aristaechmus 

157 BC156 BC 
Anthesterius 

156 BC155 BC 
Callistratus 

155 BC154 BC 
Mnestheus 
Philiscus is a thesmothete 
154 BC153 BC 
Epaenetus (?) 

153 BC152 BC 
Aristophantus (?) 

152 BC151 BC 
Phaedrias (?) 

151 BC150 BC 
Andreas (?) 

150 BC149 BC 
Zeleucus (?) 

149 BC148 BC 
Micion (?) 

148 BC147 BC 
Lysiades (?) 

147 BC146 BC 
Archon 
Rome takes control of Greece 
146 BC145 BC 
Epicrates 

145 BC144 BC 
Metrophanes 
Epigenes is a thesmothete 
144 BC143 BC 
Hermias (?) 

143 BC142 BC 
Theaetetus 

142 BC141 BC 
Aristophon 

141 BC140 BC 
Pleistaenus (?) 

140 BC139 BC 
Hagnotheus 
Menecrates is a thesmothete 
139 BC138 BC 
Apollodorus 

138 BC137 BC 
Timarchus 

137 BC136 BC 
Heracleitus 
Dionysius is a thesmothete 
136 BC135 BC 
Timarchides 

135 BC134 BC 
Dionysius 
Theolytus is a thesmothete 
134 BC133 BC 
Nicomachus 

133 BC132 BC 
Xenon 

132 BC131 BC 
Ergocles 

131 BC130 BC 
Epicles 
Gorgilus is a thesmothete 
130 BC129 BC 
Demostratus 

129 BC128 BC 
Lyciscus 

128 BC127 BC 
Dionysius 

127 BC126 BC 
Theodorides 
Sosicrates is a thesmothete 
126 BC125 BC 
Diotimus 

125 BC124 BC 
Jason 
Athenodorus is a thesmothete 
124 BC123 BC 
Nicias (died); Isigenes 

123 BC122 BC 
Demetrius 

122 BC121 BC 
Nicodemus 
Epigenes is a thesmothete 
121 BC120 BC 
Phocion (?) 
Euandros is possibly a thesmothete 
120 BC119 BC 
Eumachus 

119 BC118 BC 
Hipparchus 

118 BC117 BC 
Lenaeus 
Isidorus is a thesmothete 
117 BC116 BC 
Menoites 

116 BC115 BC 
Sarapion 
Sophocles is a thesmothete 
115 BC114 BC 
Nausias 

114 BC113 BC 
Pleistaenus 

113 BC112 BC 
Paramonus 

112 BC111 BC 
Dionysius 
Lamius is a thesmothete 
111 BC110 BC 
Sosicrates 

110 BC109 BC 
Polycleitus 

109 BC108 BC 
Jason 
Epiphanes is a thesmothete 
108 BC107 BC 
Demochares 

107 BC106 BC 
Aristarchus 
Telestes is a thesmothete 
106 BC105 BC 
Agathocles 
Eucles is a thesmothete 
105 BC104 BC 
Heracleides 

104 BC103 BC 
Diocles (?) 

103 BC102 BC 
Theocles 

102 BC101 BC 
Echecrates 

101 BC100 BC 
Medeius 
Philion is a thesmothete 
100 BC99 BC 
Theodosius 

99 BC98 BC 
Procles 

98 BC97 BC 
Argeius 

97 BC96 BC 
Argeius 

96 BC95 BC 
Heracleitus 

95 BC94 BC 
Diocles (?) 

94 BC93 BC 
Isocrates (?) 

93 BC92 BC 
Callias 

92 BC91 BC 
Menedemos (?) 

91 BC90 BC 
Medeius 

90 BC89 BC 
Medeius 

89 BC88 BC 
Medeius 

88 BC87 BC 
anarchy 

87 BC86 BC 
Philanthes 
Rome annexes Athens 
86 BC85 BC 
Hierophantes 

85 BC84 BC 
Pythocritus 

84 BC83 BC 
Aeschraeus (?) 

83 BC82 BC 
Seleucus (?) 

82 BC81 BC 
Herecleodorus (?) 

81 BC80 BC 
Apollodorus (?) 

80 BC78 BC 
Unknown 

78 BC77 BC 
Zenion (?) 

77 BC75 BC 
Unknown 

75 BC74 BC 
Aeschines 

74 BC73 BC 
Unknown 

73 BC72 BC 
Nicetes (?) 

72 BC71 BC 
Unknown 

71 BC70 BC 
Aristoxenus (?) 

70 BC69 BC 
Criton (?) 

69 BC67 BC 
Unknown 

67 BC66 BC 
Theoxenus (?) 

66 BC65 BC 
Medeius (?) 

65 BC62 BC 
Unknown 

62 BC61 BC 
Aristeius 

61 BC60 BC 
Theophemus 

60 BC59 BC 
Herodes 

59 BC58 BC 
Leucius 

58 BC57 BC 
Calliphon 

57 BC56 BC 
Diocles 

56 BC55 BC 
Cointus 

55 BC54 BC 
Aristoxenus (or Aristodemus?) 

54 BC53 BC 
Zenon 

53 BC52 BC 
Diodorus 

52 BC51 BC 
Lysandrus 

51 BC50 BC 
Lysiades 

50 BC49 BC 
Demetrius 

49 BC48 BC 
Demochares 

48 BC47 BC 
Philocrates 

47 BC46 BC 
Diocles 

46 BC45 BC 
Apolexis 

45 BC44 BC 
Polycharmus 

44 BC43 BC or 43 BC42 BC 
Diocles Azenieus 

42 BC41 BC 
Euthydomus 

41 BC40 BC 
Nicandrus 

40 BC39 BC 
Philostratus 

39 BC38 BC 
Diocles Meliteus 

38 BC37 BC 
Menandrus 

37 BC36 BC 
Theopeithes 

36 BC35 BC 
Asclepiodorus 

35 BC34 BC 
Unknown 

34 BC33 BC 
Pammenes (?) 

33 BC32 BC 
Cleidamus (?) 

32 BC31 BC 
Epicrates (?) 

31 BC30 BC 
Polycleitus Phlyeus (?) 

30 BC29 BC 
Architemus (?) 

29 BC26 BC 
Unknown 

26 BC25 BC 
Dioteimus Alaieus 

25 BC21 BC 
Unknown 

21 BC20 BC 
Demeas Azenieus 

20 BC19 BC 
Apolexis 

19 BC16 BC 
Unknown 

16 BC15 BC 
Pythagoras 

15 BC14 BC 
Antiochus 

14 BC13 BC 
Polyainus 

13 BC12 BC 
Zenon 

12 BC11 BC 
Leonides 

11 BC10 BC 
Theophilus 

10 BC9 BC 
Unknown 

9 BC8 BC 
Nicias Athmoneus (?) 

8 BC7 BC 
Demochares Azanieus (?) 

7 BC6 BC 
Unknown 

6 BC5 BC 
Xenon Phlyeus (?) 

5 BC4 BC 
Apolexis Philocratous ex Oiou (?) 

4 BC3 BC 
Aristodemus (?) 

3 BC2 BC 
Nicostratus (?) 

2 BC1 BC 
Demochares Azenius (?) 

1 BC1 
Anaxagoras (?) 

12 
Areius Paianieus (?) 

23 
Cedeides (?) 

34 
Menneas (?) 

45 
Polyainus Marathonius (?) 

56 
Polycharmus Azenius (?) 

67 
Theophilus (?) 

724 
Unknown 

2425 
Charmides 

2526 
Callicratides 

2627 
Pamphilus 

2728 
Themistocles Marathonius 

2829 
Oinophilus 

2930 
Boethus 

3036 
Unknown 

3637 
Rhoemetalcas the younger 

3738 
Polycritus 

3839 
Zenon 

3940 
Secoundus 

4046 
Unknown 

4546 
Antipatrus the younger Phlyeus 

4649 
Unknown 

4950 
Deinophilus 

5054 
Unknown 

5354 
Dionysodorus 

5455 
Unknown 

5556 
Conon 

5661 
Unknown 

6162 
Thrasyllus 

6265 
Unknown 

6465 
Gaius Carreinas Secundus 

6566 
Demostratus 

6691 
Unknown 

9192 
Titus Flavius Domitianus 
Also Roman Emperor 
9293 
Trevilius Rufus 

9394 
Unknown 

9495 
Octavius Theion 

9596 
Octavius Proclus 

9697 
Aeolion 

9798 
Unknown 

9899 
Coponius Maximus Agnoösius 

99100 
Lucius Vibullius Hipparchus 

100101 
Flavius Stratolaus Phylesius 

101102 
Claudius Demophilus 

102103 
Flavius Sophocles Sounieus 

103104 
Flavius Pintenus Gargottius 

104105 
Flavius Conon Sounieus 

105107 
Unknown 

107108 
Flavius Alcibiades Paeanieus 

108109 
Julius Antiochus Philopappus (died); Laelianus 

109110 
Cassius Diogenes 

110111 
Flavius Euphanes 

111112 
Gaius Julius Cassius Steirieus 

112113 
Publius Aelius Traianus Adrianus 
Later Roman Emperor 
113114 
Deëdius Secundus Sphettius 

114115 
Unknown 

115116 
Publius Fulvius Mitrodorus Sounieus 

116117 
Flavius Macreanus Acharneus 

117118 
Unknown 

118119 
Maximus Agnoösius 

119126 
Unknown 

126127 
Claudius Herodes Marathonius 

127128 
Gaius Memmius Peissandrus Colytteus 

128131 
Unknown 

131132 
Claudius Philogenus Visseieus 

132133 
Claudius Domitianus Visseieus 

133134 
Unknown 

134135 
Antisthenes 

135138 
Unknown 

138139 
Praxagoras Thoricius 

139140 
Flavius Alcibiades Paianieus 

140141 
Claudius Attalus Sphettius 

141142 
Publius Aelius Phileas Meliteus 

142143 
Aelius Alexandrus Phalereus 

143144 
Publius Aelius Vibullius Rufus 

144145 
Syllas 

145146 
Flavius Arrianus Paianieus 

146147 
Titus Flavius Alcibiades Paeanieus 

147148 
Soteles Philippus Estiaeothen 

148149 
Lucius Nummius Ieroceryx Phalereus 

149150 
Quintus Alleius Epictetus 

150151 
Aelius Ardys 

151152 
Aelius Callicrates 

152153 
Lucius Nummius Menis Phalereus 

153154 
Aelius Alexandrus III 

154155 
Praxagoras Meliteus 

155156 
Popillius Theotimus Sounieus 

156157 
Aelius Gelus II 

157158 
Lycomedes 

158159 
Titus Aurelius Philemon Philades 

159160 
Tiberius Claudius Lysiades Meliteus 

160161 
Publius Aelius Themison Pammenes Azenieus 

161162 
Lucius Memmius Thoricius 

162163 
Pompeius Alexandrus Acharneus 

163164 
Philisteides Peiraieus 

164165 
Pompeius Daidouchus 

165166 
Sextus Phalereus 

166167 
Marcus Valerius Mamertinus Marathonius 

167168 
anarchy 

168169 
Tineius Ponticus Besaieus 

169170 
anarchy 

170171 
Tiberius Memmius Phlaccus Marathonius 

171172 
anarchy 

172173 
Biesius Peison Meliteus 

173174 
Sallustianus Aeolion Phlyeus 

174175 
Aurelius Dionysius 

175176 
Claudius Heracleides Meliteus 

176177 
Aristocleides Peiraieus 

177178 
Scribonius Capiton (?) 

178179 
Flavius Stratolaus Phylasius 

179180 
Athenodorus Agrippas Iteaius 

180181 
Claudius Demostratus Meliteus 

181182 
Daedouchus 

182183 
Marcus Munatius Maximianus Ouopiscus 

183184 
Domitius Aristaius Paionides 

184185 
Titus Flavius Sosigenes Palleneus 

185186 
Philoteimus Arcesidemou Eleousius 

186187 
Gaius Fabius Thisbianus Marathonius 

187188 
Tiberius Claudius Bradouas Atticus Marathonius 

188189 
Lucius Aelius Aurelius Commodus Antoninus 
Also Roman Emperor 
189190 
Menogenes 

190191 
Gaius Peinarius Proclus Agnousius 

191192 
Unknown 

192193 
Gaius Helvidius Secundus Palleneus 

193199 
Unknown 

199200 
Gaius Quintus Imerus Marathonius 

200203 
Unknown 

203204 
Gaius Cassianus Steirieus 

204209 
Unknown 

209210 
Flavius Diogenes Marathonius 

210212 
Unknown 

212213 
Aurelius Dionysius Acharneus 

213220 
Unknown 

220221 
Titus Flavius (?) Philinus 

221222 
Aurelius Melpomenus Antinoeus 

222230 
Unknown 

230231 
Cassianus Hieroceryx Steirieus 

231233 
Unknown 

233234 
Vib. Lysandrus 

234235 
Epictetus Acharneus 

235240 
Unknown 

240241 
Cassianus Philippus Steirieus 

241254 
Unknown 

254255 
Lucius Flavius Philustratus Steirieus 

255262 
Unknown 

262263 
Publius Herennius Dexippus (?) 
Also archon basileus? 
263264 
Unknown 

264265 
Publius Licinius Egnatius Gallienus 
Also Roman Emperor 
265274 
Unknown 

274275 
Titus Flavius Mondon Phlyeus 

(Later archons???) 

Sources
List mostly adapted from [1] (http://www.cnrs.ubc.ca/clst331/archon_l.htm) and [2] (http://www.hostkingdom.net/Archons.html)
Aristotle's Athenian Constitution (http://classics.mit.edu/Aristotle/athenian_const.html)
William Bell Dinsmoor, The Archons of Athens in the Hellenistic Age. Cambridge, 1931 (1966 reprint,
William Bell Dinsmoor, The Athenian Archon List in the Light of Recent Discoveries. Columbia University Press, 1939 (1974 reprint, ISBN 0837147352)
Debra Hamel, Athenian Generals: Military Authority in the Classical Period. Koninklijke Brill NV, 1998.
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