Scholars have pieced together the fragmented list from various archaeological finds since the 19th century.
- c. 575–550 BC Eshmunazar I
- c. 549–539 BC Tabnit I
- c. 539–525 BC Eshmunazar II; Amoashtart (Amastoreth, interregnum until Eshmunazar's majority)
- c. 525–515 BC Bodashtart
- c. 515–486 BC Yatonmilk
- c. 486–480 BC Anysos
- c. 480–479 BC Tetramnestos.
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