Basilikon Doron

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a manual on the practice of kingship, was written by James I and VI for his eldest son, Prince Henry. Though less polemical in tone than The Trew Law of Free Monarchies, composed about the same time, it made apparent James's exalted view of kingly power.

Subjects: Christianity — British History.

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