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  • 21Emperor Go-Yōzei — (後陽成天皇 Go Yōzei tennō ) (December 31, 1572 September 25, 1617) was the 107th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. He reigned from December 17, 1586 to May 9, 1611, corresponding to the transition between the Azuchi… …

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  • 22Abolished monarchy — 1908 postcard depicting nineteen reigning monarchs; eleven of their thrones have since been abolished. Throughout history, monarchies have been abolished, either through revolutions, legislative reforms, coups d état, or wars. The twentieth… …

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  • 23History of Sweden (1772–1809) — The Enlightened Despot : See also: Gustav III of Sweden Adolf Frederick of Sweden died on February 12, 1771. The elections held on the demise of the Crown resulted in a Gustav s partial victory for the Caps, especially among the lower orders; but …

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  • 24Manuel Belgrano — For other uses, see Belgrano (disambiguation). Manuel Belgrano Portrait of Manuel Belgrano by Francois Casimir Carbonnier made during Belgrano s diplomatic mission to London Committee member of the Primera Junta …

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  • 25Alexander Karađorđević, Prince of Serbia — Infobox Monarch name =Alexander Karađorđević title =Prince of Serbia coronation = reign =September 14, 1842 – December 23, 1858 predecessor =Mihailo III (Obrenović) successor =Miloš I (Obrenović) queen =Persida Nenadovic issue =Petar I… …

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  • 26Spanish Constitution of 1812 — Plaza de España in Cadiz, commemorating the Spanish Constitution of 1812. The Spanish Constitution of 1812 was promulgated 19 March 1812 by the Cádiz Cortes, the national legislative assembly (Cortes Generales General Courts ) of Spain, while in… …

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  • 27May Revolution — The open cabild …

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  • 28Tenshō (Momoyama period) — [Titsingh, I. (1834). Annales des empereurs du Japon, pp. 383 405.] Change of era*; 1573: The new era name was created to mark a number of regional wars. The era name was inspired by a passage from a Chinese classic, Lao Zi: : Those who are at… …

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  • 29Louis-Antoine, Duke of Angoulême — Infobox French Royalty name=Louis XIX title=King of France and Navarre (disputed) caption=|consort= Marie Thérèse Charlotte of France reign=Twenty minutes on 2 August 1830 6 November 1836 – 3 June 1844 reign type=Reign Pretendence coronation=none …

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  • 30Cloistered Emperor — Daijō Hōō or Daijō Hō (both accepted readings of 太上法皇), term sometimes translated in English as cloistered Emperor, was a Japanese Emperor (Tennō) who abdicated and entered the Buddhist monastic community by receiving the Pravrajya rite. The term …

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  • 31Mutiny of Aranjuez — The Mutiny of Aranjuez, or Motín de Aranjuez as it is known in Spain, was an early nineteenth century popular uprising against King Charles IV, which managed to overthrow him and place his son, Ferdinand VII, on the throne. Although it is… …

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  • 32Emperor Daijō — Daijō Tennō or Dajō Tennō (both accepted readings of 太上天皇) was a Japanese Emperor (Tennō) who abdicated in favor of a successor. It is often shortened as Jōkō (上皇). As defined in the Taihō Code, although retired, a Daijō Tennō could still exert… …

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  • 33Charles I of Austria's attempts to retake the throne of Hungary — After Miklós Horthy had been chosen Regent of Hungary on 1 March 1920, Charles I of Austria Hungary, who had reigned in Hungary as Károly IV, returned to Hungary twice, to try unsuccessfully to retake his throne. His attempts are called the First …

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  • 34Domenico Selvo — Doge of Venice Seal of Domenico Selvo Reign 1071–1084 Born Unknown …

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  • 35History of the Eastern Orthodox Church — The Eastern Orthodox Churches trace their roots back to the Apostles and Jesus Christ. Eastern Orthodoxy reached its golden age during the high point of the Byzantine Empire, and then continued to flourish in Russia after the Fall of… …

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  • 36Christianity in Asia — Christianity spread from Western Asia to China between the 1st to the 14th century AD, and further to Eastern Asia from the 16th century with the European Age of Discovery. Christianity in Asia has its roots in the very inception of Christianity …

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  • 37Fahrenbrach — Heinrich Fahrenbrach (irrtümlich häufig Heinrich Fahrenbach genannt[1]) (* 3. Juli 1878 in Wuppertal Ronsdorf; † 28. Januar 1950 in Neuss) war ein deutscher Politiker (Zentrum). Leben und Wirken Nach dem Besuch der Volksschule erlernte… …

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  • 38Heinrich Fahrenbrach — (irrtümlich häufig Heinrich Fahrenbach genannt[1]) (* 3. Juli 1878 in Ronsdorf; † 28. Januar 1950 in Neuss) war ein deutscher Politiker (Zentrum) …

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  • 39305 — Cette page concerne l année 305 du calendrier julien. Pour l année 305, voir 305. Pour le nombre 305, voir 305 (nombre). Pour la voiture, voir Peugeot 305 Années : 302 303 304  305  306 307 308 …

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  • 40Anhalt — Duché d Anhalt Comté (Principauté, Duché) d Anhalt Grafschaft (Fürstentum, Herzogtum) Anhalt de 1212   1252 1570   1 …

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