As I remember, the state of Texcoco in Mexico had several generations of sons succeeding fathers, and then several brothers succeeding brothers.
The last long reigning ruler, Nezahulapilli reigned from 1472 to 1515.
- His son Cacamatzin (1483-1520) reigned from 1516 to 1520. He died during La Noche Triste during the Spanish conquest.
- His half-brother Coanacoch was the next ruler. During Cortes's expedition to Honduras, Coanacoch and Cuauhtemoc of Tenochtitlan were suspected of plotting and hanged from a tree at Campeche in 1524.
- His half-brother Tecocoltzin was the next ruler, dying in 1525.
- His half-brother Fernando de Cortes Ixtlxochhitl II (c. 1500-c. 1550 or died 1531) was the next ruler from 1525. He had already ruled half the kingdom from 1516.
- His half-brother Carlos Ometochtzin was the next ruler, and was burned at the stake for paganism November 30, 1539.
- The next ruler was Antonio Pimentel Tlahiutoltzin who ruled from 1540 to 1546 or 1564. His relationship to previous rulers is not stated.
Wikipedia: List of Texcoco rulers
However, I seem to remember that some sources give more than those five or possibly six as sons of Nezahulapilli who ruled Texcoco.
I think that possibly Stokvis, A.M.H. Manuel d'historie, de genealogie et de chronologie de tous les etats du globe, depuis les temps les plus recules jusqu'a nos jours 1888-1894, tome premier, seconde partie, IIe DIVISION, AMERIQUE, CHAPITRE IX, Mexique might have such a genealogical table. I have been unable to find that chapter in any online version.
There were five brothers in the Abbasid caliphs at Cairo.
Al Mutawakkil I reigned as shadow caliph from 1362-1377, 1377-1383, and 1389-1406. He was the father of:
- al-Musta-in reigned 1406-1414.
- al-Mu'tadid reigned 1414-1441.
- al-Mustakfi reigned 1441-1451.
- al-Qa'im reigned 1451-1455.
- al-Mustanjid reigned 1455-1479.
Wikipedia: List of Abbasid caliphs
Five Grand Princes or Dukes of Vladimir were sons of Yaroslav II r. 1238-1246:
- Mikhail Khorobrit r. 1248.
- Audrey II r. 1249-1252.
- Alexander I Nevsky r. 1252-1263.
- Yaroslav III r. 1263-1271.
- Vasily of Kostroma r.1272-1277.
Wikipedia: Grand Dukes of Vladimir
And five Kings of Kings of Ethiopia who were brothers, sons of Yagbe'u Seyon or Salomon II r. 1285-1294:
- Senfra Ared IV r. 1294-1295.
- Hezba Asgad r. 1295-1296.
- Gedma Asgad r. 1296-1297.
- Jin Asgad r. 1297-1298.
- Saba Asgad 1298-1299.
Wikipedia: Emperor of Ethiopia
Wikipedia: List of Emperors of Ethiopia
Although there is some doubt about the relationship.
Wikipedia: Sons of Yagbe'u Seyon
Added 02-20/21-2022 And my aswer to this question lists an alleged 8 sons of Neazhualpilli as successive rulers of Tezcoco.