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  Magnus II of Sweden
Magnus is in line for the succession of the Norwegian throne when he at age three in 1319 preemptively also is elected king of Sweden.
In 1343 their son Haakon would at an early age succede his father to the Norwegian throne as Haakon VI, eventhough Magnus remained as ruler.
In 1363 Magnus was deposed from the Swedish throne and sought refuge with his son in Norway, where he subsequently would drown in 1377.
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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > List of Norwegian monarchs
The Norwegian kingdom (with Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands 1262-1396)
The early Viking kings are listed using the name used by the historic sources.
Note also that before the Law of Succession[?] was introduced in 1163, the inheritance of the throne was an affair filled with deep conflicts.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/li/List_of_Norwegian_monarchs?title=Magnus_III_of_Norway   (206 words)

  
 Succession - Wikinfo
Succession begins with arrival of the pioneer species and leads eventually to establishment of a climax community.
In music or music theory a succession is a series of pitches, or a series of simultaneities, or simultaneous pitches.
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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 Bambooweb: Succession
In politics, succession refers to the ascension to power by one politician or monarch after another, usually in a clearly defined order.
On English sand dunes, marram grass has deep roots to tap into the water table, rhizomes to bind the soil, and leaves that reduce water loss through transpiration.
In music or music theory, a succession is a series of any musical parameters including pitches, pitch classes, or simultaneities or simultaneity successions.
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 CalendarHome.com - - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ultimately, the conflict culminated in success for the Lancastrian branch, led by Henry Tudor (Henry VII), in 1485, when Richard III was killed in the Battle of Bosworth Field.
Succession is governed by several enactments, the most important of which are the Bill of Rights 1689 and Act of Settlement 1701.
Succession is according to the rules of male-preference cognatic primogeniture, under which sons inherit before daughters, and under which elder children inherit before younger ones of the same sex.
encyclopedia.calendarhome.com /cgi-bin/encyclopedia.pl?p=British_monarchy   (9319 words)

  
 NN - The Constitution of the Kingdom of Norway   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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.
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.
www.concourt.am /wwconst/constit/norway/norway-e.htm   (6169 words)

  
 Learn more about Lists of incumbents in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
lists of people in various offices and positions, including heads of states or of subnational entities (in no particular order).
Current incumbents may also be found in the countries' articles (main article and "Politics of"), recent changes on 2003 in politics, and past leaders on 1957 (the first year-page to include them), lists of people associated with the American Civil War, World War I, World War II.
List of national leaders - heads of state or government who are in office
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 About the Music of Cuba - worldmusic.cc   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The order of succession in most European monarchical states of the 21st century is by primogeniture, meaning the eldest son of the monarch is first in line, followed by his male, then female siblings in order of age.
Currently, there is some controversy over the succession laws of some monarchies in the European Union (EU), such as that of the United Kingdom (UK) or the Scandinavian monarchies, which require their monarch to be of a certain faith (in the UK under the Act of Settlement 1701).
A person who claims to be the legitimate heir to the throne of a deposed (or in the royalist view suspended) monarchy is called a pretender, but that term also applies to a rival claimant of a filled throne, such as the several Russians who claimed to be a Tsar simultaneously.
www.worldmusic.cc /en/music/latin_america/cuba/698.html?title=Monarchy   (3455 words)

  
 Political Succession - A lesson from the Roman Empire
That cause, which I alluded to above, is the succession problem inherent in the office of the principate, the emperorship, itself.
So when Augustus wanted to assure a stable succession, he not only adopted his preferred heirs (a number of them, all dying before him, until Tiberius finally became his heir), he had them 'elected' to these consular and tribunal powers by the yes-men in the Senate first.
In contrast, the long-term success of the western world, in my opinion, rests less on its technological superiority than the fact that we eventually found a stable solution to this problem.
blogs.salon.com /0001561/stories/2006/05/20/politicalSuccessionALessonFromTheRomanEmpire.html   (1574 words)

  
 Victoria Ribeiro at AllExperts
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 throne though quite far down the list (currently 71st).
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.
en.allexperts.com /e/v/vi/victoria_ribeiro.htm   (224 words)

  
 Kristi Ann's Haven! - Norwegian History!
There is no general agreement on where the ancestors of today's Norwegians came from, or on the routes they took on their journey north, but one of these routes certainly passed through Østfold.
Norwegian Vikings settled in the Orkney Isles, the Shetlands, the Hebrides, and on the Isle of Man. The mainland of northern Scotland and Ireland also became their home, and Dublin, founded by the Vikings in the 840s, was under Nordic rule right up to 1171.
Safe on their "thrones" sat the petty kings, who thanks to the kinships created by intermarriage, were a tight-knit group with considerable power.
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 [R-G] The Eagle Has Crash Landed - Wallerstein
The competition for hegemonic succession took an ideological turn in 1933, when the Nazis came to power in Germany and began their quest to transcend the global system altogether, seeking not hegemony within the current system but rather a form of global empire.
In retrospect, this initiative appears largely successful: Washington brandished its role as the leader of the "free world" at least as effectively as the Soviet Union brandished its position as the leader of the "progressive" and "anti-imperialist" camp.
What had seemed in the 1960s to be the successful navigation of Third World decolonization by the United States—minimizing disruption and maximizing the smooth transfer of power to regimes that were developmentalist but scarcely revolutionary—gave way to disintegrating order, simmering discontents, and unchanneled radical temperaments.
lists.econ.utah.edu /pipermail/rad-green/2002-July/003963.html   (4607 words)

  
 Chapter 14. The Succession to the Kingdom in Ancient Latium. Frazer, Sir James George. 1922. The Golden Bough
The Succession to the Kingdom in Ancient Latium.
According to tradition, there were in all eight kings of Rome, and with regard to the five last of them, at all events, we can hardly doubt that they actually sat on the throne, and that the traditional history of their reigns is, in its main outlines, correct.
At both places the sacred kings, the living representatives of the godhead, would thus be liable to suffer deposition and death at the hand of any resolute man who could prove his divine right to the holy office by the strong arm and the sharp sword.
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 Pretenders   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Since he and his heirs are legitimate, and this particular list is primarily a genealogical rather than a political one, I have decided to ignore the confused state of their claimancies and simply record their succession as elder heirs to Charlemagne.
By later Russian succession laws, the list from Daniel could plausibly be argued as the legitimate successors to that vast family, albeit the fact that there are a number of younger branches of the Ruriks still in existence.
By the succession laws in place at the time, his putative Norwegian heir would have been a nephew, Eric of Pomerania-Stolp who was, as it happens, the same Eric who Margaret had made her heir...
ellone-loire.net /obsidian/pretends.html   (7585 words)

  
 NAHA // Norwegian-American Studies
The legal acceptance of the Norwegian transition from a monopolistic religious style to a pluralistic one was the result of the Dissenter Law of 1845.
In the Fredrikstad region itself, he was warmly welcomed by John Sørbrøden, one of the signers of the Norwegian Constitution in 1814 and the Haugean leader in the district around Fredrikstad.
From their points of view, they were simply communicating to Norwegians the gospel as they had experienced it in the ports of America, particularly at that remarkably influential institution, Olof Hedström’s Bethel Ship.
www.naha.stolaf.edu /pubs/nas/volume28/vol28_08.htm   (6650 words)

  
 List of Norwegian monarchs
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.
list-of-norwegian-monarchs.zdnet.co.za /zdnet/List_of_Norwegian_monarchs   (0 words)

  
 Succession
In politics, succession is the ascension to power by one politician or monarch after another, usually in a clearly defined order.
Succession begins with arrival of the pioneer species and leads eventually to establishment of a climax community.
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.
www.kopete.org /Succession.html   (398 words)

  
 Duncan
The Gaelic inhabitants of the north, however, had never admitted his right to the throne, although he was a chieftain of their own race, and under Macbeth, the maormor of Moray, they attacked him at Bothgowanan (in Gaelic, the Smith’s dwelling) near Elgin, defeated his army, and slew himself.
According to William of Malmesbury, Edmund, for his accession to the murder of his brother, was condemned to perpetual imprisonment, and being touched with remorse, on his deathbed he acknowledged the justice of his punishment, and in token of his repentance desired that he should be buried in his chains.
Its success soon began to attract public attention, and meetings were held in various parts of the country for the institution of similar societies.
www.electricscotland.com /history/nation/duncan.htm   (6723 words)

  
 Upto11.net - Wikipedia Article for Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway
She was the first child born to Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit, she is second in the line of succession to the Norwegian throne.
In 1990 the Norwegian constitution was altered, granting cognatic primogeniture to the Norwegian throne, meaning that the eldest child, regardless of gender, takes precedence in the line of succession.
Like her father she is a direct descendant of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and therefore also is in the line of succession to the British throne.
www.upto11.net /generic_wiki.php?q=princess_ingrid_alexandra_of_norway   (234 words)

  
 FRANCIA
One consequence of the dominance of Latin was the universal use of the Latin alphabet, and the borrowing of Latin vocabuary for vernacular languages from Norwegian to Hungarian.
The only drawbacks are that (1) Thompsett's lists are, indeed, genealogical, which means it is sometimes hard to find unrelated rulers in a succession, and (2) the entries are very summary, without any explanation of may be happening as, for instance, domains are divided among multiple heirs.
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.
www.friesian.com /francia.htm   (14110 words)

  
 Penfield Press - Online Book Store - Norwegian Titles
Norwegian Touches is beautifully designed and illustrated with about 80 photographs, half of them in full color.
She includes a glossary of rosemaling terms, a helpful list of sources, a quick review of rosemaling strokes, and a useful guide of supplies needed.
The Heimskringla, a history of Norwegian kings beginning with the Ynglinga Saga, traces the descent of Norwegian royalty from Odin, presented as a historical figure, a great conqueror and master wizard.
www.penfieldbooks.com /category.php?category=14   (3537 words)

  
 Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066
The one remaining cloud on the horizon was the succession.
On 20 September 1066, the two earls met the Norwegian army at Fulford, just to the south of York, where despite inflicting heavy casualties on the invaders they themselves suffered worse, and were forced to flee the area.
In contrast, the success of William’s invasion was decided by the results of a single day of fighting.
www.rickard.karoo.net /articles/battles_hastings.html   (9338 words)

  
 The Royal House of Norway
The list of kings begins with Harald Fairhair (c.865-c.933) who was acclaimed king of all Norway, according to Snorre Sturlason, the Icelandic saga-writer and historian.
A landmark in Norwegian history, Olav II Haraldsson, king from 1015 to 1030, is the country´s patron saint He went in for Christianity with great zeal, but was killed in battle while still young.
He also said the treaty invalidated his right of succession to the Norwegian throne, adding that if Norway wanted him as king he would have to be elected - which he knew would strengthen his position.
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 January 2004 Information
Norwegian prosecutors announce that they have abandoned their attempts to prosecute Jon Johansen for his release of the DeCSS DVD decryption software.
For the 11th year in a row, IBM tops the list; the next three in the list are headquartered in Japan.
She is second in succession to the Norwegian throne.
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 Live Sri Lanka Network
This article is a list of rulers of Norway up until the present, including:
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).
livesrilanka.net /modules.php?name=Sri_Lanka_Wikipedia&title=List_of_Norwegian_monarchs   (291 words)

  
 House of Bruce
It was this marriage that gave the Bruce family a claim to the throne of Scotland.
"The sixth Robert (1210-95), son of the fifth, was one of the 13 claimants to the Scottish throne in 1291.
Robert claimed the throne and traveled to Scone where he was crowned king on March 27, 1306, in open defiance of King Edward.
www.robertsewell.ca /bruce.html   (2066 words)

  
 Kind Hearts Are More Than Coronets (MemeMachineGo!)
The basis for the succession was determined in the constitutional developments of the seventeenth century, which culminated in the Bill of Rights (1689) and the Act of Settlement (1701).
The succession to the throne is regulated not only through descent, but also by statute; the Act of Settlement confirmed that it was for Parliament to determine the title to the throne.
A Roman Catholic is specifically excluded from succession to the throne; nor may the Sovereign marry a Roman Catholic.
www.mememachinego.com /2006/02/kind_hearts_are_more_than_coro_1.html   (1274 words)

  
 A History of Europe, Chapter 11
Making a list of religious statistics gives the impression that religion was playing as large a role in European life as ever.
By the time Maria Theresa succeeded to the throne of Austria, her right to it was acknowledged by just about every head of state.
Because of the successful kings, Poland had grown from a state not much different in size and shape from the Poland of today into an enormous amoeba-like realm that overlapped into German and Russian-populated areas, giving the nation several enemies with ready-made grievances.
xenohistorian.faithweb.com /europe/eu11.html   (21352 words)

  
 The American-Scandinavian Foundation: A Very Special Monarchy By Per Egil Hegge   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Norwegians, at the other end of the scale, reinstituted the monarchy not only by choice, but also by a referendum and an election, less than 100 years ago.
The Norwegian parliament had declared the throne vacant on the grounds that the Swedish-Norwegian king had been unable to form a new government, because of a cleverly contrived government crisis, "and had thereby ceased to function as king of Norway"--one of the more blatant non sequiturs in international constitutional history.
But in October, he had become aware that many Norwegians, even politicians and high military officers, the highest-ranking general in the realm included, were in favor of a republic, and during the final negotiations, the prince insisted on a referendum.
www.amscan.org /monarchy.html   (1626 words)

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