titulary

  • 41 Gold-Name — Goldname in Hieroglyphen Goldnamenshieroglyphen Horus (neb taui) Ḥr.(w) [nb t3.w(j)] Horus, Herr der Zwei Länder …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 42 Goldhorusname — Goldname in Hieroglyphen Goldnamenshieroglyphen Horus (neb taui) Ḥr.(w) [nb t3.w(j)] Horus, Herr der Zwei Länder …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 43 Melitene — • The residence of an Armenian Catholic see, also a titulary archbishopric Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Melitene     Melitene      …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 44 Mitylene — • A titulary archbishopric on the island of Lesbos Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Mitylene     Mitylene     † …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 45 Right of Option — • In canon law, a way of obtaining a benefice or a title, by the choice of the new titulary himself. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Right of Option     Right of Option   …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 46 Nebiriau I — Sewadjenre Nebiriau Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 1627–1601 BC, 16th Dynasty Predecessor Mentuhotep VI Successor Nebiriau …

    Wikipedia

  • 47 Nehesy — (Nehesi) was a ruler traditionally placed in the 14th Dynasty of Egypt of the Second Intermediate Period. Contents 1 King Lists 2 Attestation 3 Titulary 4 References …

    Wikipedia

  • 48 Coregency —    A system of dual rule that was devised to ensure the automatic transfer of power to the junior ruler upon the death of the elder. It seems to have first been employed by Amenemhat I, who made his son, Senusret I, a joint ruler, although in… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 49 Titular — Tit u*lar, n. A titulary. [R.] [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 50 Emperor — An emperor (from the Latin imperator ) is a (male) monarch, usually the sovereign ruler of an empire or another type of imperial realm. Empress is the feminine form. As a title, empress may indicate the wife of an emperor ( empress consort ) or a …

    Wikipedia

  • 51 Mary I of England — Mary I Queen Mary by Hans Eworth Queen of England and Ireland (more...) Reign …

    Wikipedia

  • 52 Tutankhamun — King Tut redirects here. For other uses, see King Tut (disambiguation). Tutankhamun Tutankhamen, Tutankhaten, Tutankhamon[1] possibly Nibhu …

    Wikipedia

  • 53 Seven deadly sins — For other uses, see Seven Deadly Sins (disambiguation). Hieronymus Bosch s The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things The 7 Deadly Sins, also known as the Capital Vices or Cardinal Sins, is a classification of objectionable vices that have… …

    Wikipedia

  • 54 William III of England — William III II William III by Sir Godfrey Kneller Prince of Orange Reign 4 November 1650 …

    Wikipedia

  • 55 Duke — For other uses, see Duke (disambiguation) and Duchess (disambiguation). Royal and noble ranks Emperor Empress King Queen …

    Wikipedia

  • 56 Cartouche — In Egyptian hieroglyphs, a cartouche is an oblong enclosure with a horizontal line at one end, indicating that the text enclosed is a royal name, coming into use during the beginning of the Fourth Dynasty under Pharaoh Sneferu. The Ancient… …

    Wikipedia

  • 57 Philip II, Duke of Savoy — Philip II (February 5 1438 ndash; November 7 1497), surnamed the Landless was the Duke of Savoy for the brief reign from 1496 to 1497. He was the granduncle of the previous duke Charles II, and the youngest surviving son of Duke Louis of Savoy… …

    Wikipedia

  • 58 Charles III, Duke of Savoy — Charles III of Savoy (October 10, 1486 – August 1553), often called Charles the Good, was Duke of Savoy from 1504 to 1553, although most of his lands were ruled by the French between 1536 and his death. He was the younger son of Philip (Filippo)… …

    Wikipedia

  • 59 Necho II — Nekau A small kneeling bronze statuette, likely Necho II, now residing in the Brooklyn Museum …

    Wikipedia

  • 60 List of Navarrese monarchs — See also: List of Navarrese consorts Coat of Arms of the Kings of Navarre since 1212. Currently it is used as Coat of Arms of the French Basse Navarre and the ville of Donapaleu Saint Palais, in Basse Navarre (Pyrénées Atlantiques). This is a… …

    Wikipedia