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ⓘ Kingship. King, or king regnant, is the title given to a male Monarch in a variety of contexts. The female equivalent is queen regnant, while the title of queen ..




Kingship
                                     

ⓘ Kingship

King, or king regnant, is the title given to a male Monarch in a variety of contexts. The female equivalent is queen regnant, while the title of queen on its own usually refers to the consort of a king. In the context of Prehistory, antiquity and contemporary indigenous peoples, the title may refer to tribal kingship. The state or position of being a king.

                                     
  • powerful people who govern the state. It was used in Sparta, where the kingship alternated between three leading families. An oligarchy where the best
  • god of the sea, for an offering to sacrifice to him as a sign as true kingship So Poseidon sent a snow - white bull straight out of the sea foam. Once
  • Stammerer and Ansgarde. He and his brother Louis III of France shared the kingship when their father died in 879. Carloman became sole king in 882 when his
  • fair weather, and fertility in Norse mythology, associated with sacral kingship and virility. A member of the Vanir, he is the son of Njordr and twin
  • culture, and are used in fiction and films. Excalibur is a symbol of divine kingship and great power. The sword was obtained by the king with the advice of
  • and Kingship in Early Anglo - Saxon England London: Seaby, 1990. ISBN 0 - 415 - 16639 - X, pp. 148 158 & p. 133, table 15. Barbara Yorke, Kings and Kingship in
  • father died suddenly while dancing incwala a traditional celebration of kingship Sobhuza was chosen King soon after that, and his grandmother Labotsibeni
  • Queen mother of Swaziland. His royal capital was at Mbekelweni. During his kingship Mbandzeni, granted many mining, farming, trading and administrative concessions
  • absolute, though the Senate had some influence. There was one big exception: kingship was not hereditary. Whenever a king died, Rome entered a period of interregnum
  • was the daughter of Oslac, Athelwulf s butler. He got his first taste of kingship in 855 when he was left in charge of Kent while his father, King Athelwulf
  • Kallar were traditionally a non - vegetarian people. Price, Pamela G. 1996 Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India Reprinted ed. Cambridge University
  • Witenagemot which, under Anglo - Saxon law, held the ultimate authority to convey kingship Edward also made his great nephew Edgar Ætheling his heir. However, Edgar