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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

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

William IV (1765-1837), king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and king of Hanover

George III (1738-1820), king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and king of Hanover

George IV (1762-1830), king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and king of Hanover

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

King-Hall, William Stephen Richard (1893 - 1966), Royal Navy, retired, 1929; a Director of the United Kingdom Provident Institution

KING, Norman Carew (1871 - 1953), Registrar General Medical Council, 1911–33, and Registrar Dental Board of the United Kingdom, 1921–33

KING, Paul William (born 1943), Agent General for British Columbia in the United Kingdom and Europe, 1995–2002

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

Edward VII (1841-1910), king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the British dominions beyond the seas, and emperor of India

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]

 

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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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