This list records each year in serial fashion, followed by the Archon Eponymous who served in that year. Note that in three years (411 BCE, 406 BCE, 108 CE) the original Archon died, and was replaced by another. It is admittedly very incomplete, but hopefully should retain some value - I intend to expand it as I develop new sources. The numbers in brown font following certain names are Olympiad cycles, a common dating practice in late Classic times. As a chronological device, bear in mind that the Athenian calendar began in very late Spring, so the year in office recorded is from about June of the common year to June of the next.
The symbol --- indicates missing portions of names. Some names are partially or completely within brackets , indicating dubious or unclear portions of names.
See also Roman Consuls
Additional Archons The following are individuals known to have held the office, but whose precise term has for one reason or another become unclear. The names are followed by the best estimate for when they served.