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  List of monarchs deposed in the 19th century - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Akafuna Tatila, Litunga of the Lozi and Paramount Chief of Borotseland, deposed 1885, died 1887.
Sri Paduka Ratu Gusti Gedé Ngurah Agung Langang Paguyangan, Raja of Karangasem, deposed 1828.
Sri Paduka Ratu Gusti Ngurah Bagus Pañji Karangasem, Raja of Karangasem, deposed 1838.
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 Encyclopedia: List of monarchs deposed in the 20th century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Sri Paduka Ratu Anak Agung Gusti Gedé Jelantik, Regent and Stedehouder of Karangasem, abdicated in 1908.
Sharif Salih ibni al-Marhum Idrus al-Idrus, Tuan Besar of Kubu, was deposed by the Japanese in 1943.
Paduka Sri Sultan Tuanku Sulaiman Sharif ul-'Alam Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Bashar un-din [Al-Marhum Perbaungan], Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Serdang, was deposed in 1946.
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 Monarchs deposed in the 19th century - Freepedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Demetros instaled 1799 and deposed 1800,reinstaled 1800,redeposed 1801
Yohannes IIIinstaled 1840 deposed 1841,reinstaled and redeposed 1845,rereinstaled 1850-and reredeposed 1851
Sahle Dengal instaled 1832 deposed 1840,reinstaled 1841redeposed 1845,rereinstaled 1845-reredeposed 1850 rerereinstaled 1851 and rereredeposed 1855
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 19th
History of anatomy in the 19th century The perfection which anatomical science attained in the last ten years of the 18t...
Monarchs deposed in the 19th century Afghanistan Mahmud Shah Shah of Afghanistan deposed 1803,reinstaled 1809,redeposed...
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 Monarchs deposed in the 19th century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Mahmud Shah Shah of Afghanistan deposed 1803,reinstaled 1809,redeposed 1818
Dost Muhammad Khan amir of Afghanistan deposed 1839,reinstaled 1842
Vakhtang II Gurieli,Duke of the Guria deposed 1803
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 Encyclopedia: Monarchs deposed in the 19th century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Mahmud Shah Shah, deposed 1803, reinstated 1809, redeposed 1818.
Karaeng Pangkajena Paduka Sri Sultan 'Abdu'l Khalik ibnu Sultan Zain ud-dinSultan of Gowa, deposed 1814
Konstantini Dadeshkeliani, revolted against Russian rule, and was deposed, September 11, 1857.
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 18th Century [Definition]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The 18th Century was the period of the so-called "enlightened absolutismEnlightened absolutism (also known as enlightened despotism) is the absolutist rule of an enlightened monarch.
Other important aspects of the 18th century were the rise of cultural centers such as ParisParis is the capital city of France, as well as the capital of the Île-de-France région, whose territory encompasses Paris and its suburbs.
The title roughly translates as Emperor in English as the monarch of Persia was technically the Emperor of the Persian Empire (later the Empire of Iran as Iran was officially known until 1979)....
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 The Titles of the European Rulers
By the 16th century in Germany it finally had become a title located between Duke and Margrave in the hierarchy, but in other countries it could be treated differently.
In 961 King Otto I of Germany was crowned the Roman Emperor, and Germany became the main part of the restored (Holy) Roman Empire that existed until the abdication of Emperor Francis II in 1806.
By the end of the 9th century France had lost its integrity and real political power passed to various dukes, counts, etc. With the restoration of the royal authority, the French feudal lords gradually lost their independence.
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 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net
*Ludwig Engelbert duke of Aremberg (Herzog von Aremberg) 1778-1801,deposed or abdicated 1801,died 1820 *Prosper Ludwig duke of Aremberg (Herzog von Aremberg) 1802-1810, deposed or abdicated 1810,died 1861.
* Sri Paduka Ratu Gusti Gedé Ngurah Agung Langang Paguyangan, Raja of Karangasem, deposed 1828.
*Castolus Reichlin von Meldegg-Amtezell prince-abbot of Kempten 1793-1803 deposed by the anextion by Bavaria.
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 d. The New Context of the 18th Century. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
The last Mughal was deposed, and in 1858 THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ACT by the British Parliament created direct rule by the monarch of England, ending government by the East India Company and the Mughals.
By the end of the 18th century, the Qing dynasty in China exhibited the characteristics of decline.
By the middle of the 18th century, it had become a minor European power and its commercial preeminence was lost to Britain, although the Dutch still maintained a small but important overseas empire.
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 Monarchs deposed in the 19th century
Deposed for the third time, 15th April 1795.
Deposed for the fourth time, 20th May 1796.
Deposed for the fifth time, 20th May 1799.
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 16th Century [Definition]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Their principal roles were as: Holy Roman Emperors for several centuries to 1806, and rulers of Austria (as dukes 1282–1453, archdukes 1453–1804, and emperors 1804–1918), Kings of Hungary 1437–1918), kings of Spain (1516–1700), and kings of Bohemia 1526–1618 and 1621–1918.
The Renaissance is usually considered to have begun in the 14th century in Italy and the 16th century in northern Europe.
Mary, the fourth and penultimate monarch of the Tudor dynasty, is remembered for her attempt to return England from Protestantism to Roman Catholicism.
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 Century 1
Within a century or two they will be replaced by a new, nondogmatic and scientific religiousness: one that applies theory and meditation techniques in an inner search to scientifically understand human and divine consciousness.
Century 4, Quatrain 95 however implies that the victor is born on American soil.
century may be intimate to us that a true and lasting social revolution cannot come from the extremes of the right and left wing but through balance (equal in favor of both sides).
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 FRANCIA
Later France would take most of the 18th century to acquire Alsace and Lorraine, but most of the Imperial Kingdom of Burgundy would be acquired by the reign of Henry IV (numbers in blue are the dates of acquisition by France).
The 19th century French colonial activity was mainly in Africa and East Asia.
Since nearly every evil of the 20th century resulted from a rejection of liberalism, this all reflects a continuing unwillingness to learn from history that is astounding in its obstinacy and folly.
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 monarchs
The Assembly deposed or excommunicated all bishops, abolished the Prayer Book as "heathenish, Popish, Jewish and Armenian." Completely unwilling to compromise his position on the Church, Charles once again showed his naivete by brusquely informing the Assembly that all their decisions were invalid.
In the latter part of the century, Arthur Young's tenure as Secretary of the Board of Agriculture ensured that the new farming methods were accepted throughout the nation (though it took many years for English farmers to utilize the iron plow, developed in 1784 by James Small).
The early part of the 17th century brought a new emphasis on coal mining though effective methods of extracting it had to wait until developments in the steam engine took place and mines could be drained of their ever-present water.
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 Abolished monarchies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The most famous monarchical abolition occurred in 1792 when the French monarchy was abolished during the French Revolution.
That of Ireland was not abolished when Ireland became independent of Britain in the 1920s, but was abolished by the Republic of Ireland Act of 1948, which came into force in 1949.
In Bulgaria Simeon Saxe-Coburg Gotha, who was deposed from the Bulgarian throne in 1946, has been elected and currently serves as the Prime Minister of his country.
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 Business Software Review : Article 'Aries'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Rai'atea Te-uru-ra'i Ari'i-mate Tamatoa-Tau-tu Tamatoa VI, Ari'i-rahi of Ra'iatea and Taha'a, deposed by the annextion of Ra'iatea and Taha'a by France, March 16 1888.
Sungai Ujong Dato' Muhammad Yusuf bin Hashim, 13th Undang of Luak of Sungai Ujong 1881-1889, deposed 1889 Sudan `Abd Allah of Sudan 1885-1898 khalifa of Sudan,deposed 1898 Svaneti Constantine Dadeshkeliani, revolted against Russian rule, and was deposed, September 11 1857.
She was deposed by the French on 19 March 1888 but remained the head of the royal house of Bora Bora until her death.
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 1600s, 17th Century
These 17th century cabinets, actually room-sized collections, were filled with preserved animals, horns, tusks, skeletons, minerals, and so on.
In the 19th century it was seen as a social commentary, but no one could easily tell "whose side Cervantes was on".
It was here in the 18th century that the new liberal philosophy was expounded; this was the cafe of Encyclopedistes, of Diderot, Voltaire, d'Alembert and Benjamin Franklin; the history of the Procope is closely linked with eighteenth century revolutionary ideas.
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 The Invention of a New Religion
Emperors have been deposed, emperors have been assassinated; for centuries every succession to the throne was the signal for intrigues and sanguinary broils.
After that, as indeed before that, for long centuries the government was in the hands of Mayors of the Palace, who substituted one infant Sovereign for another, generally forcing each to abdicate as soon as he approached man's estate.
But the poems of former Emperors were little known, because the monarchs themselves remained shut up in their palace, and exercised no influence beyond its walls.
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 dictionary - List of monarchs who lost their thrones or abdicated in the 20th century
King Mwambutsa IV was deposed by his son Ntare V in 1966.
King Ntare V was deposed in 1966 in a military coup lead by Michel Micombero.
King Umberto II of Italy was deposed by a referendum abolishing monarchy in 1946.
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 Monarchs
His mother, the Catholic Mary, Queen of Scots, Elizabethâs cousin, had been deposed from the Scottish throne for sexual irregularity when James was a baby; she took refuge in England, where her presence posed a difficult political problem for Elizabethâs court, because Mary was continually the center of Catholic intrigues to depose Elizabeth.
Ironically enough, after the religious wars of the previous two centuries, Charles himself was a crypto-Catholic (he took last rites on his deathbed) and married a Catholic, Catherine of Braganza.
In the twentieth- and twenty-first centuries, "romance" has come to mean a kind of genre-fiction dealing with love-relationships, usually from the point of view of a female narrator (cf.
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 Monarchs Buried at Westminster Abbey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This wooden panel-painting is the earliest known portrait of an English monarch, dating from the 1390s.
It was restored and re-framed in the 19th century.
Although a handsome, cultured man he was not a successful ruler and he was deposed as king and imprisoned in 1399 by his cousin Henry Bolingbroke (who became Henry IV), son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster.
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 A Biographical Dictionary of ... Freethinkers
He explained that he thought the Church could be made a great social power if its formulae were taken symbolically but I suspect it was rather from a sort of loyalty to the memory of the pious rich lady who had him educated for the Church and left him her fortune.
As late as the second half of the fifteenth century his influence was so great that 20 editions of a long scientific poem of his were printed.
A few centuries later a dynasty of emperors adopted his system and it has been the general creed of educated Chinese for more than 2,000 years, though it is too conservative and out-dated for the Chinese students of today.
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 Medieval, Renaissance, Reformation: Western Civilization, Act II
During the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries two nations, Portugal and Spain, pioneered the European discovery of sea routes that were the first channels of interaction between all of the world's continents, thus beginning the process of globalization in which we all live today.".
Maria Gaetana Agnesi, celebrated eighteenth century mathematician, responsible for developing mathematical equation of the curve called "Witch Agnesi." "She was recognized as a child prodigy very early; spoke French by the age of five; and had mastered Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and several modern languages by the age of nine.
The eighteenth century was tremendously influenced by the epistemology and psychology of Locke.
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 List of monarchs deposed in the 19th century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Restored, 24th March 1800 but was deposed for the sixth, and last time.
Yohannes III, installed 1840, deposed 1841, reinstated and redeposed 1845, rereinstated 1850 - and reredeposed 1851.
H.H. Sultan Sayyid Salim bin Thuwaini, Sultan of Muscat and Oman 1866-1868,deposed 1868
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 Fifteenth Century Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This dispute was solved when the council deposed Benedict XII and John XXIII, and Gregory XII resigned.
Despite a decline in cruelties, the institution remained in effect until early 19th century.
Since the 13th century, Moscow had been subject to invasions from the Tatars' Golden Hordes.
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 reviewjournal.com -- Living: TRIP OF THE WEEK: Historic county courthouses fin...
Built to last, many of Nevada's rural county courthouses remain in use well over a century since their construction.
Officials strive to preserve the fine craftsmanship characterizing bygone days, retaining original fixtures and furnishings in buildings open to the public during working hours.
Both towns were 19th century monarchs deposed by the contentious Nevada courthouse wars.
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 Century by Century
During the 15th century, as a result of the Wars of the Roses and the effects of the 100 years war with France, the English monarchs were forced to loosen their hold over Ireland.
During the baronial battles that dominated England in the 15th century Liverpool's two most powerful families, the Molyneux's and the Stanley's were often at loggerheads.
In the 19th century part of the old Park became Sefton Park.
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 Movers: 19th Century - By Miles Hodges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Finally in 1814 a coalition of European monarchs defeated Napoleon and sent him off to prison on Elbe island--and Talleyrand's diplomacy within the coalition opened the way for Louis to return to France as King Louis XVIII.
The grand catastrope came when he was seduced by the Prussian Chancellor Bismarck to go to war with Germany over their mutual borderlands (1870)--and had himself and his army captured by the enemy.
Elected governor in 1859; but upon refusing to swear alliegance to the Southern Confederacy in 1861, he was deposed from his office.
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