Your question: What is the king of Athens name?

Who were the mythological kings of Athens?


  • KEKROPS. 1556. 1582/1.
  • KRANAOS. 1506. 1531.
  • AMPHIKTYON. 1497. 1522.
  • ERECHTHONIOS. 1487. 1512.
  • PANDION. 1437. 1462.
  • ERECHTHEUS. 1397. 1422.
  • KEKROPS II. 1347. 1372.
  • PANDION II. 1307. 1332.

Who are the king and queen of Athens?


  • King Constantine II.
  • Queen Anne-Marie. Crown Prince Pavlos, born on 20 May 1967. Crown Princess Marie-Chantal, born on 17 September 1968. Prince Constantine-Alexios born on 29 October 1998. Prince Achileas-Andreas, born on 12 August 2000. Prince Odysseas-Kimon, born on 17 September 2004.

How many kings did Athens have?

Athens did not have a king, it was ruled by the people as a democracy. The people of Athens believed that no one group of people should make the laws and so citizens could choose the government officials, and vote for or against new laws.

Did Sparta have 2 Kings?

Sparta in time developed a system of dual kingship (two kings ruling at once). Their power was counter-balanced by the elected board of ephors (who may only serve a single one-year term). There was also a Council of Elders (Gerousia), each member of which was over the age of 60 and could serve for life.

When did Greece have a king?

The Monarchy of Greece (Greek: Μοναρχία της Ελλάδας) or Greek Monarchy (Ελληνική Μοναρχία) was the government in which a hereditary monarch was the sovereign of the Kingdom of Greece from 1832 to 1924 and 1935 to 1973.

Monarchy of Greece.

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