Countries with more than one leader

Most countries have just one leader, but for some countries one leader isn't enough. Can you name just some of the countries that are 'diarchies' (have two leaders) or perhaps have even more than two?
Some answers are countries or realms that no longer exist or ones that had multiple leaders in the past.
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Last updated: September 1, 2016
First submittedJune 24, 2016
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This country's leader is called 'Captain-Regent', and there are two of them
San Marino
Whoever becomes President of France also becomes 'Co-Prince' of this country, along with the Bishop of Urgell in Spain
Andorra
This country is ruled jointly by a king called the 'Ngwenyama' (which means lion) and his mother called the 'Ndlovukati' (which means 'She-Elephant')
Swaziland
This country has a Federal Council of seven people, which serves as the collective head of government and state
Switzerland
This country has three presidents, which take turns in being chairman
Bosnia and Herzegovina
This country of the UK has a First Minister and a deputy that jointly lead the Executive Office
Northern Ireland
This country has a leader called the 'O le Ao o le Malo', for one year it had two
Samoa
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This ancient republic was ruled jointly by two 'Consuls'
Roman Republic
This ancient city state had two kings called 'Archagetai' which ruled jointly
Sparta
Similarly, this ancient city state had two mayors called 'Suffets' that ruled jointly
Carthage
Also this city state had 9 Supreme Magistrates called 'Archons'
Athens
This British queen ruled jointly with her husband William of Orange by the law of 'Jure uxoris'
Mary II/Mary Stuart
This country is believed to have had many kings that ruled jointly including brothers Philip Halstensson and Inge the Younger
Sweden
This country used to have a superior Grand Duke and submonarch
Lithuania
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