Liuva II

583 - 603

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Liuva II (c. 584 – June/July 603), son of Reccared I and possibly Baddo, was Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Gallaecia from 601 to 603. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Liuva II has received more than 52,863 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 25 in 2019). Liuva II is the 6,462nd most popular politician (down from 6,302nd in 2019), the 587th most popular biography from Spain (down from 582nd in 2019) and the 222nd most popular Spanish Politician.

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Among politicians, Liuva II ranks 6,462 out of 19,576Before him are Jorge Carlos Fonseca, Nicholas Kanabos, Aquila of Sinope, Franz Pfeffer von Salomon, Frederick William, Duke of Courland, and Albert Sarraut. After him are Baldwin II, Count of Hainaut, Mohammed ben Abdallah, Göran Persson, Adela of France, Karl Eusebius, Prince of Liechtenstein, and Yuri II of Vladimir.

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Among people born in 583, Liuva II ranks 1After him are Shurahbil ibn Hasana, and Theodosius. Among people deceased in 603, Liuva II ranks 2Before him is Tardu.

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Among people born in Spain, Liuva II ranks 587 out of 3,355Before him are Manuel Marín (1949), Aelia Flaccilla (356), Eleanor of Aragon, Queen of Castile (1358), Salomé (1939), Concha Velasco (1939), and Inés Suárez (1507). After him are Ramón del Valle-Inclán (1866), Alonso Sánchez Coello (1531), Francesc Pi i Margall (1824), Emilia Pardo Bazán (1851), Rodrigo de Triana (1469), and Manuel Santana (1938).


Among politicians born in Spain, Liuva II ranks 222Before him are Gundemar (600), Alfonso, Prince of Asturias (1453), Infanta María de la Paz of Spain (1862), Silo of Asturias (720), Manuel Marín (1949), and Eleanor of Aragon, Queen of Castile (1358). After him are Francesc Pi i Margall (1824), Abd al-Rahman IV (1000), Muhammad II of Córdoba (980), Antonio Cánovas del Castillo (1828), Clara Campoamor (1888), and Muhammad II of Granada (1235).