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  History of the Isle of Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Two years later Magnus died and in 1266 King Magnus VI of Norway ceded the islands, including Man, to Scotland in the Treaty of Perth in consideration of the sum of 4000 marks (known as "merks" in Scotland) and an annuity of 100 marks.
List of Lords of the Isle of Man (1504 - 1765)
List of Governors of the Isle of Man (1696 - 1828)
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 ISLE OF MAN - LoveToKnow Article on ISLE OF MAN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Geology.The predominant feature in the stratigraphy of the Isle of Man is, in the words of G. Lamplough,i the central ridge of slate and greywacke, which seems to have constituted an insulated tract at as early a date as the beginning of the Carboniferous period.
Fauna.Like Ireland, the Isle of Man is exempt from snakes and toads, a circumstance traditionally attributed to the agency of St Patrick, the patron saint of both islands.
Magnus, king of Man and the Isles, who had fought on the Norwegian side, was compelled to surrender all the islands over which he had ruled, except Man, for which he did homage.
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 Isle of Man   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Isle of Man formed a Viking outpost/kingdom from circa 700 A.D. to 900 A.D., and part of the Norwegian Kingdom of the Hebrides until the 13th century when it was ceded to Scotland.
Man is in fact a British Crown Dependency, although the party Mec Vannin advocates the establishment of Man as a sovereign republic.
Offshore banking, manufacturing, and tourism are key sectors of the economy of the Isle of Man. The government's policy of offering incentives to high-technology companies and financial institutions to locate on the island has paid off in expanding employment opportunities in high-income industries.
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 Isle of Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Isle of Man or Mann (Ellan Vannin or Mannin in Manx), is a self-governing democracy located in the Irish Sea at the centre of the British Isles.
The Isle of Man had a run-in with the European Court of Human Rights in the 1970s because it was reluctant to change its laws concerning birching (corporal punishment for male offenders).
The Isle of Man became a Viking outpost/kingdom from circa AD 700 to AD 900, and was part of the Norse kingdom of until the 13th century when it came under the control of the Scottish crown.
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 List of Kings of the Isle of Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Magnus III of the Isle of Man (1252-1265)
Henry Percy of the Isle of Man (1399-1405)
Thomas I Stanley of the Isle of Man (1437-1459)
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 Kings Of Scotland - A Chronological list of the Kings of Scotland, Scottish Kings, Scottish Monarchy
Kings Of Scotland - A Chronological list of the Kings of Scotland, Scottish Kings, Scottish Monarchy
King of the Scots (from 889), son of Constantine I and successor to Eochaid and Giric (reigned 878-889).
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.
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 List of Kings of the Isle of Man and the Isles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Godfred IV of the Isle of Man (1079-1095)
Magnus II of the Isle of Man (1095-1102)
Godfred V of the Isle of Man (1153-1158)
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 The Kings of the Isle of Man
The kings of Dublin were also often kings of York during the early period, and cadet branches of this dynasty appear to have also ruled in Limerick, Waterford, the Isles, and Man, although it is not always possible to determine the exact relationship to the "main line" ruling in Dublin.
In the list of the kings of Man, NHI (vol.
Duffy (1992) = Séan Duffy, "Irishmen and Islemen in the Kingdoms of Dublin and Man, 1052-1171", Ériu 43 (1992), 93-133.
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List of Lieutenant Governors of the Isle of Man
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List of Lords of the Isle of Man
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 List of Kings of the Isle of Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Olaf II of the Isle of Man (1229-1237)
John I Stanley of the Isle of Man (1405-1414)
John II Stanley of the Isle of Man (1414-1437)
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The Isle of Man formed a Viking outpost/kingdom from circa AD 700 to AD 900, and part of the Norwegian Kingdom of the Hebrides until the 13th century when it came under the control of the Scottish crown.
Man comprises a British Crown dependency; the political party Mec Vannin advocates the establishment of Man as a sovereign republic.
The Isle of Man holds neither membership nor associate membership of the European Union, but forms part of the customs territory of the Union, allowing it to trade freely with EU members.
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Sunny Isles Beach is a major center of South Florida's Russian community, with a plethora of Russian stores lining Collins Avenue, the main thoroughfare through the city.
Somerled of the Isle of Man (1158-1164) The Isles broke away from the Isle of Man and became an independent kingdom.
Isle of Beauty, Isle of Splendour is the national anthem of the Commonwealth of Dominica.
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 Magnus III of Norway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Magnus Barefoot (1073-1103), son of Olaf Kyrre, was king of Norway from 1093 until 1103.
In 1098, he conquered the Orkney Islands, the Hebrides and the Isle of Man.
In 1101, at Kungahälla, he married Margareta, the daughter of his former enemy Inge Stenkilsson, king of Sweden.
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 Island Of Man Coins - Your source for the best coin and coins!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
List of Kings of the Isle of Man. Calf of Man & Chicken Rock — island and rocks housing...
Isle of Man and Channel Islands (from coin) The Isle of Man first had its own coinage, in bronze, from 1709 to 1733 under the earls of Derby; this was continued, in 1758 only, for the earls of Athol.
The Isle of Man. This island in the Irish Sea is not actually part of the United...
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 Read about Isle of Man at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Isle of Man and learn about Isle of Man here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A common misconception exists that Man forms part of the United Kingdom; under British law it does not, although the United Kingdom takes care of its external and defence affairs.
Calf of Man and Chicken Rock - island and rocks housing a lighthouse.
Birching in the Isle of Man 1945-1976 (http://www.corpun.com/manx.htm) Article about the use of the birch as a judicial punishment in the Isle of Man.
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 Essay 3 - Vol 1 Manx Soc
But the Isle of Man could do little singly with the more potent Kingdom of Scotland; for Alexander, having now reduced all the out-isles, sends a numerous army under Alexander of Peasely and John Comyne, who landed at Rannesway, in the year 1270.
Cambden says he was descended from the ancient Kings of Man; but the Manks tradition tells us expressly he was married to Mary, daughter to William Waldeboef (who entered his claim in Parliament in the thirtythird year of Edward the First), and consequently grand-daughter to Mary, the last of the family of Goddard Crownan.
This raised his reputation among the sons of Mars, and no doubt gave him the secret good wishes of the ladies; among these was the heiress of Latham, beautiful, young, and rich, which justly rendered her the envy of her own sex, and the adoration of the other.
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 The Isle of Man: description and links to other sites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Isle of Man geographically occupies a central position both in the Irish Sea and in the British Isles, being about equidistant, 50 kilometres, from Ireland and Britain.
Man is composed of an ancient solid rock core that forms the range of hills that stretches obliquely across the island, rising to Snaefell at 621m and, where it meets the coastline, forms steep cliffs.
The Isle of Man has its own parliament, Tynwald, which dates back to the tenth century.
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 John I Stanley of the Isle of Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir John Stanley, King and Lord of Man and the Isles (c.1350 - 1414), the first of that name, was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and titular King of the Isle of Man.
In 1405 he was granted the tenure of the Isle of Man under the title of King by Henry IV, which had been confiscated from the rebellious Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland.
This biography of a British peer or noble is a stub.
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 History Pages Isle of Man - Index
With merely 60,000 inhabitants Man can have no such aspiration - though Charlotte's husband has been represented as toying with the idea - and the upshot has been that the Manx historical tradition for too long has been an amateur one, even if in fairness to nineteenth century luminaries of the calibre of Deemster J.
The fate of the Isle of Man between 1266 and 1333 neatly exemplifies the fate of the kingdom of the Isles at the hands of modern historians.
Even R. Kinvig, in his History of the Isle of Man, had surprisingly and disappointingly little to say of Somerled and his descendants, while a more recent biography of King John of England ignores his dealings with the Manx kings in the context of his relations with native rulers of the British Isles.
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 The Ultimate Olaf II of the Isle of Man - American History Information Guide and Reference
King Olaf II of the Isle of Man, known as Olave in some texts, was the older brother of his predecessor, King Ragnald.
His younger brother usurped his succession to the throne and it was only after years of campaigning against his brother's rule that Olaf killed him and took the throne in the year 1229.
He was succeeded by his son, who became King Harald.
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 List of British monarchs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This is a list of British monarchs, that is, the monarchs on the thrones of some of the various kingdoms that have existed on, or incorporated, the island of Great Britain, namely:
In 1328, on the death of the French king, Charles IV of FranceCharles IV, Edward III of EnglandEdward III (nephew of Charles IV) claimed the French throne.
The title "Lord of Ireland" was used until it was replaced by "King of Ireland" in 1542.
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 Isle of Man TT Races - The History - 1907 And All That   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Designed as a means of reducing dust on the road, it had the effect of spraying man and machine, reducing the riders protective clothing to tatters and was not appreciated by wandering livestock.
Never short of ideas to promote their products and improve sales, the manufacturers and the Isle of Man Advertisement Board were delighted when the Motor Cycle magazine arranged special wire transmissions to the adjacent islands giving lap positions on the day of the Race.
The farmer lashed out at one young man with his whip, but the adept spectator caught the tail end and pulled the whip away from the man. The crowd cheered and closed in, so the farmer cuffed the nearest boy to hand with the pony's reins.
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 Isle of Man Guide - CASTLETOWN, Castle Rushen
The Castle served as the residence of the last Norse King of Man, who died in 1266.
King Thomas III, 2nd Earl of Derby, welcomed Chernobyl's children to his court of 1507 in Castle Rushen this week.
Cronica Regum Mannie et Insularum: Chronicles of the Kings of Man and the Isles BL Cotton Julius A vii
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 Isle of Man: 3D View of the Web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The TT mountain course is a thirty-seven course over public roads on the Isle of Man, and is one of the premier races, and one of the oldest having begun in 1907.
See live article   List of Kings of the Isle of Man For Rulers before this see: List of Kings of the Isle of Man and the Isles Norse Rule: Godfred V of the Isle of Man (1164) Ragnald of the Isle...
Isle of Man - Association of Licensed Banks - Isle of Man - Association of Licensed Banks Formed in March 2000 by a merger of the Association of Manx Bankers, the Isle of Man Bankers Association, the Isle of Man Building Societies Association...
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 MAN, ISLE OF   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
MAN, ISLE OF Copyright © Philip M. Parker, INSEAD.
MAN, ISLE OF Specialty Definition: Isle of Man
It is a common misconception that Man forms part of the United Kingdom; under British law it does not, though the United Kingdom takes care of its external affairs.
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 Isle of Man - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Isle of Man - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The Isle of Man became a Viking outpost/kingdom from circa AD 700 to AD 900, and was part of the Norse kingdom of Mann and the Isles until the 13th century when it came under the control of the Scottish crown.
The article about Isle of Man contains information related to Isle of Man, Geography, People, Culture, Government, Structure, External relations, Politics, Sheadings, Economy, History, Ancient Times to Present, The Tynwald, The Triskelion, See also, References and External links.
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 Encyclopedia: List of Kings of the Isle of Man   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 Kings of Man and the Isles
In 1164 the Isles became a separate kingdom from Man. See below for the continuation of the rulers of the Isles.
Partly in an attempt to suppress smuggling, the British purchased the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Man in 1765, and the rest of the Earl of Atholl's prerogatives in 1828, upon which Man became a Crown Possession.
The lord of Man is currently appointed by the British monarch.
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 List of Kings of the Isle of Man and the Isles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Kings of the Isle of Man and the Isles:
For leaders after this see: List of Kings of the Isle of Man,.
This page was last modified 18:13, 19 May 2005.
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