This page lists the kings of Urartu (Ararat or Kingdom of Van), an Iron Age kingdom centered on Lake Van in the Eastern Turkey.
Arame 858 BC–844 BC
Lutipri 844 BC–834 BC
Sarduri I (also Sarduris I) 834 BC–828 BC; moved the capital to Tushpa, expanded the fortress of Van.
Ishpuini the Establisher 828 BC–810 BC; expanded the empire and conquered Mushashir.
Menua the Conqueror 810 BC–785 BC; greatly expanded the kingdom, organized the centralized administrative structure, fortified a number of cities and founded fortresses, developed a national canal and irrigation system.
Argishti I (also Argishtish I) 785–763 BC; fortified the empire's frontier, founded Erebuni (modern-day Yerevan).
Sarduri II 763 BC–735 BC; maximum expansion; zenith of Urartian power.
Rusa I 735 BC–714 BC; Assyrian and Cimmerian attacks.
Argishti II 714–680 BC
Rusa II 680 BC–639 BC
Sarduri III 639 BC–635 BC
Erimena 635–629 BC
Rusa III 629 BC–590 BC or 629 BC–615 BC
Sarduri IV 615 BC–595 BC
Rusa IV 595 BC–585 BC; raids of Medes and Scythians.
List of kings of Urartu Wikipedia
The Orontid Dynasty begins with King Orontes I Sakavakyats (570 BC–560 BC), after the last king of Urartu.