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Posted 09 March 2008 - 02:31 PM

Unfortunately they have not added the Hephthalite and the Kushanian empires

categorized after the total area

1. British Empire - 36.6 million kmē[1] (under King George V in 1922)
2. Mongol Empire - 33.2 million kmē[1] (under Khublai Khan in 1268)
3. Russian Empire - 22.8 million kmē[2] (under Nicholas II in 1895)
4. Spanish Empire - 19 million kmē[1] (under King Charles III r. 1759-1788)
5. Umayyad Arab Empire - 13.2 million kmē[1] (under Hisham ibn Abd al-Malik r. 723-743)
6. French Empire - 12.5 million kmē[1] (under President Albert Lebrun in 1938)
7. Qing Empire - 12 million kmē[3] (under Emperor Qianlong)
8. Portuguese Empire - 10.4 million kmē[1]
9. American Empire - 10 million kmē [4] (1898-1934)
10. Rashidun Arab Empire - 9 million kmē (under Caliph Uthman Ibn Affan r. 644-656)[5]
11. Brazilian Empire - 8.1 million kmē[1]
12. Achaemenid Persian Empire - 7.5 million kmē (under Darius the Great)
13. Japanese Empire - 7.4 million kmē[1] (during World War II)
14. Ming Empire - 6.5 million kmē[2] (under Emperor Jingtai in 1450)
15. Han Empire - 6 million kmē[2]
16. Roman Empire - 5.7 million kmē[1] (under Emperor Trajan)
17. Ottoman Empire - 5.5 million kmē (under Mehmed IV in 1680)
18. Macedonian Empire - 5.4 million kmē[1] (under Alexander the Great)
19. Tang Empire - 5.4 million kmē[2] (under Emperor Xuanzong in 715)
20. Maurya Empire - 5 million kmē[2] (under Ashoka the Great)
21. Mughal Empire - 5 million kmē[1](under Aurangzeb in 1690)
22. Mexican Empire - 4.5 million kmē[2]
23. Byzantine Empire (under Justinian I) - 4.5 million kmē[2]
24. Timurid Empire - 4.4 million kmē[2]
25. Hunnic Empire - 4 million kmē[2] (under Attila the Hun in 441)
26. Seljuq Empire - 3.9 million kmē
27. Seleucid Empire - 3.9 million kmē[2]
28. Italian Empire - 3.8 million kmē (during World War II)
29. Dutch Empire - 3.7 million kmē[1]
30. Nazi German Empire - 3.6 million kmē[1] (during World War II)
31. German Empire - 3.5 million kmē (under Wilhelm II before WWI)
32. Gupta Empire - 3.5 million kmē[2] (under Chandragupta II in 400)
33. Sassanid Persian Empire - 3.5 million kmē (under Khosrau II in 626)
34. Ghaznavid Empire - 3.4 million kmē
35. Afsharid Empire - 3.23 million kmē (under Nadir Shah)
36. Pala Empire - 3.2 million kmē (under Devapala)
37. Delhi Sultanate - 3.2 million kmē[2]
38. Khazar Empire - 3 million kmē[2]
39. Safavid Empire - 2.85 million kmē
40. Parthian Empire - 2.84 million kmē (Under Mithridates II 123–88 BCE)
41. Median Empire - 2.8 million kmē
42. Chola Empire - 2.6 million kmē[7] (under Rajendra Chola I)
43. Denmark-Norway - 2.6 million kmē
44. Belgian Empire - 2.5 million kmē[2]
45. Qajar Empire - 2.3 million kmē
46. Incan Empire - 2 million kmē (Under Atahualpa in 1532)
47. Songhai Empire - 1.4 million kmē (in 1500)[8]
48. Neo-Assyrian Empire - 1.4 million kmē[2]
49. Aksumite Empire - 1.25 million kmē[2]
50. Srivijaya Empire - 1.2 million kmē[2]
51. Frankish Empire - 1.2 million kmē[2]
52. Thai Empire - 1.12 million kmē (under Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke in 1782)
53. Mali Empire - 1.1 million kmē[2]
54. Swedish Empire - 1.1 million kmē
55. Maratha Empire- 1 million kmē
56. Harsha Empire - 1 million kmē[2] (under Harsha Vardhana in 648)
57. Egyptian Empire - 1 million kmē[2]
58. Almoravid Empire - 1 million kmē[2]
59. Khmer Empire - 1 million kmē[2]
60. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth - 990,000 kmē (under Sigismund III in 1619)
61. Grand Duchy of Lithuania - 930,000 kmē (under Vytautas the Great in 1430)
62. Bulgarian Empire - 700,000 kmē (under Tsar Simeon I)
63. Austro-Hungarian Empire - 676,615 kmē [9]
64. Akkadian Empire - 650,000 kmē[10]
65. Durrani Empire - 600,000 kmē
66. Neo-Babylonian Empire - 500,000 kmē[10]
67. Armenian Empire - 400,000 kmē
68. Vijayanagara Empire - 360,000 kmē[11]
69. Serbian Empire - 200,000 kmē

categorized after minimized areas


1. Mongol Empire - 33.2 million kmē (under Khublai Khan in 1268)
2. Russian Empire - 22.8 million kmē (under Nicholas II in 1895)
3. Soviet Union - 22.4 million kmē[12] (in 1989) (note: The term Soviet Empire referred to more lands than only those who were officially Soviet Union)
4. Umayyad Arab Empire - 13.2 million kmē
5. Qing Empire - 12 million kmē (under Emperor Qianlong)
6. Rashidun Arab Empire - 9 million kmē (under Caliph Uthman in 654)[5]
7. Brazilian Empire - 8.1 million kmē[1]
8. Achaemenid Persian Empire - 7.5 million kmē (under Darius the Great)
9. Ming Empire - 6.5 million kmē
10. Han Empire - 6 million kmē
11. Ottoman Empire - 5.5 million kmē (under Mehmed IV in 1680)
12. Macedonian Empire - 5.4 million kmē (under Alexander the Great)
13. Tang Empire - 5.4 million kmē
14. Maurya Empire - 5 million kmē (under Ashoka the Great)
15. Mexican Empire - 4.7 million kmē
16. Byzantine Empire/Eastern Roman Empire - 4.5 million kmē
17. Mughal Empire - 4 million kmē (under Aurangzeb in 1690)
18. Hunnic Empire - 4 million kmē (under Attila the Hun in 441)
19. Seljuq Empire - 3.9 million kmē
20. Seleucid Empire - 3.9 million kmē
21. Nazi German Empire - 3.6 million kmē (during World War II)
22. Gupta Empire - 3.5 million kmē (under Chandragupta II in 400)
23. Sassanid Persian Empire - 3.5 million kmē[2] (under Khosrau II in 626)
24. Ghaznavid Empire - 3.4 million kmē
25. Afsharid Empire - 3.23 million kmē (under Nadir Shah)
26. Pala Empire - 3.2 million kmē (under Devapala)
27. Delhi Sultanate - 3.2 million kmē
28. Khazar Empire - 3 million kmē
29. Safavid Empire - 2.85 million kmē
30. Parthian Empire - 2.84 million kmē (Under Mithridates II 123–88 BCE)
31. Median Empire - 2.8 million kmē
32. Qajar Empire - 2.3 million kmē
33. Tahuantinsuyu - 2 million kmē (Under Atahualpa in 1532)
34. Neo-Assyrian Empire - 1.4 million kmē
35. Aksumite Empire - 1.25 million kmē[2]
36. Frankish Empire - 1.2 million kmē
37. Thai Empire - 1.12 million kmē (under Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke in 1782)
38. Mali Empire - 1.1 million kmē[2]
39. Harsha Empire - 1 million kmē (under Harsha Vardhana in 648)
40. Egyptian Empire - 1 million kmē
41. Almoravid Empire - 1 million kmē
42. Khmer Empire - 1 million kmē
43. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth - 990,000 kmē (under Sigismund III in 1619)
44. Bulgarian Empire - 700,000 kmē (under Tsar Simeon I)
45. Akkadian Empire - 650,000 kmē
46. Austro-Hungarian Empire - 600,000 kmē [9]
47. Neo-Babylonian Empire - 500,000 kmē
48. Vijayanagara Empire - 360,000 kmē
49. Serbian Empire - 200,000 kmē

The largest empires in the ancient times

1. Achaemenid Persian Empire - 7.5 million kmē (under Darius the Great)
2. Han Empire - 6 million kmē
3. Roman Empire - 5.7 million kmē (under Emperor Trajan)
4. Macedonian Empire - 5.4 million kmē (under Alexander the Great)
5. Maurya Empire - 5 million kmē (under Ashoka the Great)
6. Hunnic Empire - 4 million kmē (under Attila the Hun in 441)
7. Seleucid Empire - 3.9 million kmē
8. Gupta Empire - 3.5 million kmē (under Chandragupta II in 400)
9. Sassanid Persian Empire - 3.5 million kmē[2] (under Khosrau II in 626)
10. Parthian Empire - 2.84 million kmē (Under Mithridates II 123–88 BCE)
11. Median Empire - 2.8 million kmē
12. Neo-Assyrian Empire - 1.4 million kmē
13. Aksumite Empire - 1.25 million kmē[2]
14. Egyptian Empire - 1 million kmē
15. Akkadian Empire - 650,000 kmē
16. Neo-Babylonian Empire - 500,000 kmē
17. Armenian Empire - 400,000 kmē
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Posted 09 March 2008 - 08:23 PM

Thanks for this nice informations. I will make a check for it. Any Source? Or your investigations?
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