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King, Kingdom


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King, Kingdom

King and Kingdom

The Religion of King and Kingdom

‘A King Without a Kingdom’ The Seeds of War, 1172–1173

Mutesa I 1838?–1884 Kabaka or king of the Buganda kingdom.

Chapter 48 A King Must Honor God More, or Else His Kingdom Will Be Divided Date: 1350s, Italy

Royal Order-in-Council of King George III: 28th March 1771 (United Kingdom [gb])

David - Founder, king and charismatic ruler of the united kingdom of Israel

Afonso I c. 1460–1543 King of the Kongo kingdom, the first Kongo king to embrace Catholicism and European trade relations.

Is the Kingdom of God Become Words and Syllables? Notes on Literalism and the King James Bible Translation

Treaty of Alliance and Protection between the Dutch East India Co. and Paducca Siri, Sultan Harounerey Chit, King of Tello in the Kingdom of Macassar, signed at Fort Tello, 9 March 1668

Shorter notice. The Kingdom of León-Castilla under King Alfonso VIII. Bernard F Reilly. Tormented Voices. Power, Crisis and Humanity in Rural Catalonia, 1140-1200. Thomas N Bisson

145 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the Merchant Adventurers Charter from henceforth to be put in practise or execution, either within the Kingdom, or beyond the Seas. [Newmarket 2 December 1614]

325 By the King. A Proclamation for obedience to the Lawes ordained for establishing of the true Religion in this Kingdom of England. [Whitehall 10 December 1641]

448 By the King. A Proclamation for a General Fast to be held throughout this Kingdom on the second Friday in every Month. [Oxford 5 October 1643]

Abstracts of the 39th Annual Meeting of the United Kingdom Environmental Mutagen Society, 26th - 29th June 2016 at King’s College London, UK

Bernard F. Reilly. The Kingdom of León-Castilla under King Alfonso VII 1126–1157. (The Middle Ages Series.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1998. Pp. xv, 431. $65.00

154 By the King. A Proclamation extending a former Proclamation for the Restraint of Shipping any Commodity in Strangers Bottoms, either into this Kingdom or out of the same, unto the special case of Wines of the growth of France, to be imported into this Kingdom, either by Subject or Stranger, according to a Statute in that case provided. [Royston 12 October 1615]

228 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the bringing in of any Commodities traded by the Eastland Merchants into this Kingdom, as well by subjects as strangers, not free of that Company; with a publication of certain Statutes for the restraint of all His Majesty's subjects from shipping any commodities in strangers bottoms, either into, or out of this Kingdom. [Theobalds 21 July 1622]

 

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In the early Middle Ages, the Frankish or Anglo-Saxon king belonged to an elect family of divine origin. Kingship was sacred, though without any Christian reference. The king was the ...

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