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  The Home of the Clan Donald
The three Collas went to Scotland to obtain the assistance of their kindred to place Colla Uais on the Irish throne, and with their help placed him there, but he was compelled to give way to a relative, Muredach Tirech, who had a better title to the sovereignty.
Fergus had two sons, Domangart, the elder, who succeeded his father and was the progenitor of Kenneth Macalpin, and the line of Scottish Kings; and Godfruich, or Godfrey, the young son, who was known as Toshach or Ruler of the Isles, and was the progenitor of the line from which the Clan Donald sprang.
It happened that while on a small island with a following of only one hundred Islemen, he was surrounded by the whole Norwegian fleet, and, realizing that his small force was utterly inadequate to resist their attack, conceived a clever stratagem to deter the norsemen from landing on the island.
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  Line of succession to the Norwegian Throne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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An unborn child shall also be included among those entitled to the succession and shall immediately take her or his proper place in the line of succession as soon as she or he is born into the world.
The right of succession shall not, however, belong to any person who is not born in the direct line of descent from the last reigning Queen or King or a sister or brother thereof, or is herself or himself a sister or brother thereof.
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 Line of succession to the british throne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Reviews in History: The Right to be King: The Succession to the Crown of England. 1603-1714
The rights of Karl Xl to his father's throne were not questioned, but Karl X Gustaf's will was overturned in order to restrict the political influence of his widow on the regency council for her underaged son and to exclude, contrary to the dead king's wishes, his brother from the council entirely.
Successive Kings of 'Spain', during the long periods in which direct male descent seemed uncertain, promised to detach elements--the Spanish Netherlands or the duchy of Milano--from their conglomerate at their death or held out the lure of the entire inheritance--constantly to the House of Savoy--in the hope of diplomatic advantage.
Secondly, while succession by nomination retained juridical validity into the eighteenth century, the successful candidate, as was so frequently the case, had to belong to the pool of princes perceived by the political nation as having some blood right to the crown.
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 The Line of Succession to the Norwegian Throne
The line of succession to the Norwegian throne has authority in the Constitution Art.
The succession law is Cognatic (absolute) primogeniture, with the exception that "for those born before the year 1971, Article 6 of the Constitution as it was passed on 18 November 1905 shall, however, apply.
It was decided that Princess Märtha Louise should follow her younger brother in the line of succession.
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 Succession   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Primary succession occurs on essentially new substrata: bare or soil that has never been colonised Examples would be sand dunes and lava flows.
Succession begins with arrival of the pioneer species and leads eventually to establishment of climax community.
Succession may be thought of as a general term for any possible progression as in chord progression or harmonic progression though not all simultaneity successions harmonic progressions.
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 ipedia.com: Line of Succession to the British throne Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The line of succession to the British throne is determined by male primogeniture, whereby the eldest son of the incumbent inherits the throne, the line of succession then follows the descendants of th...
The line of succession to the British throne (and, by extension, the thrones of the fifteen other commonwealth realms) is determined by male primogeniture, whereby the eldest son of the incumbent inherits the throne, the line of succession then follows the descendants of the person in line before going on to consider their siblings.
HM Queen Mary, consort of George V was also on the line of succession despite the fact she was a Queen consort.
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 List of succession to the norwegian throne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 List of Norwegian monarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Norwegian kingdom (with Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands 1262-1814)
The early Viking kings are listed using the name common in historic sources (with the Norwegian name in italics).
Note also that before the Law of Succession was introduced in 1163, the inheritance of the throne was an affair filled with deep conflicts.
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She was born in Brazil and is the daughter of Ingeborg Lorentzen and Paolo Cesar Ribeiro Filho and is the great-granddaughter of the late King of Norway, Olav V.
Though not in line to succeed the Norwegian throne, Victoria Ribeiro is in line for the British monarchy British throne though quite far down the list.
Victoria Ribeiro's father is a Catholic and her mother, Ingeborg, lost her claim to the British throne under the Act of Settlement 1701 which excludes Catholics and those who marry them from the British line of succession.
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 Odin Archive - The Norwegian monarchy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The manner in which this somewhat diffuse term, legitimacy, was to be given substance, and the monarchy provided with a deeper rooting, was a core issue during subsequent decades.
Therefore, the year 1905 marked in Norwegian history the dissolution of a union and the deposal of a king, but the preservation of a system of government.
When he addresses Norwegians at sea, makes a declaration on the status of the realm at New Year, he is the king of our childhood fairy tales, the father of his people, regardless of whether he speaks Danish or Norwegian.
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 Ireland Information Guide , Irish, Counties, Facts, Statistics, Tourism, Culture, How
In politics, succession refers to the ascension to power by one politician or monarch after another, usually in a clearly defined order.
In music or music theory, a succession is a series of any musical parameters including pitches, pitch classes, or simultaneities or simultaneity successions.
Succession may be thought of as a more general term for any possible progression, as in chord progression or harmonic progression, though not all simultaneity successions are harmonic progressions.
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 Kings Of Scotland - A Chronological list of the Kings of Scotland, Scottish Kings, Scottish Monarchy
King of the Scots (from 997), son of Dubh and grandson of Malcolm I. He succeeded to the throne perhaps after killing his cousin Constantine III (reigned 995-997); he was himself killed at Monzievaird by Malcolm (son of Kenneth II), who became Malcolm II.
Malcolm ascended the throne at the age of 11.
Succeeding to the throne of his elder brother, King Malcolm IV, in 1165, William joined a revolt of Henry's sons (1173) in an attempt to regain Northumberland.
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 Monarchies of Europe
The genealogical tables are very comprehensive and I believe they include all the descendants of Queen Victoria.
Wherever possible I have traced the lineage via the male line of the family, one of the notable exceptions being the descendants of Prince Phillip of Greece (Duke of Edinburgh) which are traced via Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain II of Great Britain.
It is not my intention to duplicate the details shown in a number of other excellent Web Sites.
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 CROMARTY GENEALOGY   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The House of Dunkeld or Canmore 1058-1290 began with Malcolm Canmore, Malcolm III regent from 1058-1093 and ended as a line of Scottish Kings and Queens with Princess Margaret, the Maid of Norway regent from 1286-1290.
In July 1290 the Treaty of Birgham between Scotland, Norway, and England agreed the marriage between Margaret, Maid of Norway and Queen of Scotland from 1288-1290 and last heir to the throne of Scotland of the House of Dunkeld, and Edward II, the son of Edward I Longshanks, and heir to the crown of England.
He was the son of Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty, the lineal brother of "John in Sweden", in the late 1400's and early 1500's.
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 Royal News: January 2004
The birth is a historic event since it is the first time a daughter of Norway's crown prince couple is born in the line of succession." Paragraph six of the Norwegian Constitution was changed in 1990 to give both males and females equal rights to the throne of Norway.
Norwegian singer Morten Abel asked his friend Ari Behn, the husband of Princess Märtha Louise of Norway to sing a duet with him during his concert on radio channel 3 yesterday evening.
The Norwegian royal court issued lots of photos of the crown princely couple with their newborn daughter Ingrid Alexandra and the Crown Princess's son Marius.
www.nettyroyal.nl /newsjan04.html   (7798 words)

  
 Namnlöst dokument
Sweden accepted the new Norwegian Constitution of May 17, 1814, and Norway agreed to have the King of Sweden (Carl XIII) as their King (but in Norway he was called Carl II.) When the King died in 1818, Bernadotte became King Carl XIV Johan of Sweden and Carl III of Norway.
These are the lines: Franz Friedrich - Ernst I - Albert - Edward VII - Maud - Olav V - Harald V and Franz Friedrich - Ferdinand - August - Ferdinand I - Boris III - Simeon II.
These are the lines: Franz Friedrich - Ernst I - Albert - Edward VII - Maud - Olav V - Harald V and Franz Friedrich - Ferdinand - Victoria - Gaston - Pierre - Maria Francisca - Duarte Pio.
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 Haakon Magnus, Crown Prince of Norway - Unipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As a descendant of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, Haakon is currently the 61st in line to the British crown.
Haakon served in the Royal Norwegian Navy undertaking his first-level officer's education at the Norwegian Naval Academy, followed by a year aboard missile torpedo boats and other vessels.
Their daughter, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, was born January 21, 2004, and is second in succession to the Norwegian throne.
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 FRANCIA
The succession of Louis XII of Orléans and Francis I of Angoulême brought the possessions of their houses with them.
Finally, the succession of Henry IV, to anticipate a bit, brings with it the remaining possessions of the Kingdom of Navarre and the Duchy and Counties of Vendôme, Foix, Albret, etc. By then, few fiefs within West Francia were left outside the control of the King.
The Anjevian line ruling Naples had died out in 1435, and while Queen Joanna II willed the country to Duke René the Good of Anjou and Lorraine, by 1442 it was in the hands of Alfonso V of Aragón.
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 Odin Archive - The Constitution of the Kingdom of Norway   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When a Princess or Prince entitled to succeed to the Crown of Norway is born, her or his name and time of birth shall be notified to the first Storting in session and be entered in the record of its proceedings.
As soon as the heir to the Throne has completed her or his eighteenth year, she or he is entitled to take a seat in the Council of State, although without a vote or responsibility.
Those entitled to vote are Norwegian citizens, men and women, who, at the latest in the year when the election is held, have completed their 18th year.
www.odin.dep.no /odin/engelsk/norway/system/032005-990424   (6240 words)

  
 alt.talk.royalty FAQ
A distinction is made between the royal house (head of state, the former head of state, the members of the royal family in line for the throne, and their spouses) and the royal family.
The throne of the Kingdom is passed on through inheritance within the dynasty of King Abdullah Ibn Al Hussein (first king and great-grandfather of the present king Abdullah), in the direct line of his male heirs.
In case of failing descendants in direct male line, the right of succession to the Throne shall, under the same conditions, be invested in the closest male in the collateral consanguinity.
www.heraldica.org /faqs/atrfaq.htm   (13898 words)

  
 Governments classified by mode of succession (from political system) --  Encyclopædia Britannica
A key problem of all political orders is that of succession.
succession of measures passed by the British Parliament between 1773 and 1935 to regulate the government of India.
In an effort to regulate the impending succession, to which there were three principal claimants, England, the Dutch Republic, and France had in October 1698 signed the First Treaty of Partition, agreeing...
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 Norway Heads
She had been given succession-rights in 1301 and had her son, Magnus VII, elected king in succession of her father, Håkon V and ruled together with the council of state.
The daughter of Crown Prince Håkon she is second in line for the succession to the Norwegian throne.
Her father, Nikolaus Pålsson, was the last male and direct heir of the ancient and very powerful noble Giske-family which had reigned over one of the most important estate in Norway since 900s.
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 Society Fresh : Article 'Duke of Kent'   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Duke of Kent predeceased his three elder brothers, but, since none of them had any surviving legitimate children, his daughter was next in line for the throne on the death of King William IV in 1837.
Lord Nicholas lost his place in the line of succession to the British throne when he was received into the Roman Catholic Church in a private ceremony in 2001.
Lord Nicholas is omitted from the succession to the throne by the terms of the Act of Settlement 1701 which bars past or present Roman Catholics or those who marry Roman Catholics from the succession.
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 AETHELWULF - LoveToKnow Article on AETHELWULF   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He had been the favorite of his grandfather Alfred, and was brought up in the household of his aunt ^thelflaed, the " Lady of the Mercians." On the death of his father in 924, at some date after the i2th of November, ^Ethelstan succeeded him and was crowned at Kingston shortly after.
The king's own legitimate brother Edwin made no attempt on the throne, but in 933 he was drowned at sea under somewhat mysterious circumstances; the later chroniclers ascribe his death to foul play on the part of the king, but this seems more than doubtful.
This confederacy of 937 was joined by Constantine, king of Scotland, the Welsh of Strathclyde, and the Norwegian chieftains Anlaf Sihtricsson and Anlaf Godfredsson, who, though they came from Ireland, had powerful English connections.
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 Time-Line - By Year
Ten thousand Greek mercenaries hired by a Persian prince to capture the Persian throne had the battle won when their employer rushed to the forefront and was killed by a random arrow.
In 1205, on easter, western crusaders of the Fourth Crusade sacked Constantinople and forcibly installed a prostitute on the throne of the Patriarch of the eastern church at St. Sophia.
It is a "true" map, without fancy (think of a large open grid with each grid-point the origin of lines radiating every 15 degrees; the lines were drawn to intersect coastlines at the points where you would cross the coastlines if you maintained the compass heading of the line).
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 Flanders, Brittany, Burgundy, Anjou, Normandy, Blois, Champagne, Toulouse, etc.
At left is the succession to the throne of Navarre by the Counts of Champagne, leading to the ultimate marriage of Jeanne/Juana I to Philip IV.
The succession of their children to France and Navarre can be examined on those pages.
Hugh I is of the House of Châtillon, and is a relative of Reynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch.
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 Namnlöst dokument
The Parliament did not accept that she would have a right to inherite the throne and she was forced to renounce this right.
The Princes (and since 1980 the Princesses) in line of succession are given a dukedom since 1772.
These are the lines: Karl Ludwig - Fredrike - Sophia - Freidrich I of Baden - Victoria - Gustaf VI Adolf - Gustaf Adolf - Carl XVI Gustaf and Karl Ludwig - Karl Ludwig - Marie Elisabeth - Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton - Louis II - Charlotte - Rainier III.
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