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- A kingdom was established under Saul and continued under King David and Solomon with its capital in Jerusalem.
- Kingdom is the broadest division.
- The Kingdom is divided between north (Israel) and south (Judah) with Jerusalem as capital of the Southern kingdom.
- The kingdom was split on the death of Lothair II in 869 into those of Lotharingia, Provence (with Burgundy divided between it and Lotharingia), and Italy.
- The kingdom was divided into Judea in the south and Israel in the north following the death of David's son, Solomon.
- Later Tudela became an important defensive point for the Kingdom of Navarre in battles with Castile and Aragon.
- Four states appeared: the kingdom of Pamplona (later known as Navarre) and the counties of Aragon, Sobrarbe and Ribagorza.
- Two generations later, in 824, the chieftain Iñigo Arista was chosen King of Pamplona, laying a foundation for the later Kingdom of Navarre.
- Finally, Liu Bei, the ruler of the Shu Kingdom entreated him out of the withdrawal.
- As an old saying goes, walking the narrow paths of Shu Kingdom (Sichuan in the ancient times) is more difficult than climbing up to Heaven.
- The Later Shu Kingdom held essentially the same territory as the Former Shu kingdom.
- Zhuge Liang of the Shu Kingdom in China, dies on the Wuzhang Plains in a battle against the Kingdom of Wei.
- At that time, the Shu Kingdom had signed a peaceful agreement with the Wu Kingdom.
- His death marked the downfall of the Shu Kingdom.
- But the Kingdom of Denmark lost the area to Austria and Prussia in 1864 in the Second Schleswig War, and it is now in Germany.
- It was to be part of his Kingdom of England, and no longer a province of Denmark, as the English laid final claim to it.
- Claus Harms (1778-1854) was the son of a mill owner in the province of Schleswig-Holstein, then part of the kingdom of Denmark.
- After the Congress of Vienna, 1815, Venetia was a part of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia, a separate kingdom of the Austrian Empire.
- After the defeat of Napoleon in 1815, Belgium was given to the kingdom of the Netherlands, from which it gained independence as a separate kingdom in 1830.
- Also, Burgundy had broken off into a separate kingdom (also called the kingdom of Arles) stretching from present-day Burgundy to Provence and Savoie.
- The End - Buddha went to Sravasti, the capital of the kingdom of Kosala.
- Buddha went to Sravasti, the capital of the kingdom of Kosala.
- It was the capital city of the kingdom of Kosala, and its king was called Pasenadi, who was a disciple of Buddha.
- The kingdom of the Franks became the most powerful kingdom in Europe.
- At that time there was a powerful kingdom called Kosala that rivaled Magadha.
- For a short time in the 1st century BCE the powerful kingdom of Armenia was able to conquer a vast region in the Levant, including the area of Cilicia.
- The Carinthian Plebiscite on October 20, 1920, determined the lines of division between Austria and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
- A union of six republics, the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes was formally declared in 1918; the name was later changed to Yugoslavia.
- Serbia and Montenegro The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes was formed in 1918; its name was changed to Yugoslavia in 1929.
- After the war, Belgrade became the capital of the new Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, renamed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929.
- Magadha: Expansion of the Magadha kingdom started during the reign of King Bimbisara.
- The next threat came from outside the country, from the Magadha Kingdom.
- The spy soldiers wound Asoka in battle and he is taken from the field, even as Ujjain is reconquered and annexed to the Magadha kingdom.
- The king of Magadha Kingdom, Jarasandha had a son by the name of Sahadeva.
- He conquered the Magadha kingdom (in modern Bihar and Jharkhand) and eventually controlled all India N of the Vindhya Hills.
- Around 550 B.C. a small kingdom in the northern part of the region known as the Magadha Kingdom began to expand and flourish.
- In 1569, after the Union of Lublin, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Kingdom of Poland merged into a single state, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
- Poland was a kingdom, Lithuania merely a grand duchy, so Poland should come first.
- July 15, 1410 The Battle of Grunwald took place between the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania on one side (c.
- Ramesuan was also crowned as the King of Ayutthaya in 1448, thus began the personal union between the Kingdom of Sukhothai and Ayutthaya.
- The Duchy of Warsaw was replaced with the Kingdom of Poland, a residual Polish state in personal union with the Russian Empire, ruled by the Russian tsar.
- The newly (re)created state was formally an independent duchy, allied to France, and in a personal union with the Kingdom of Saxony.
- It divided the kingdom of Lotharingia between Charles and Louis, following the death (869) of their nephew, Lothair, king of Lotharingia.
- Savoy was part of Lotharingia, then part of the Kingdom of Burgundy (also known as the Kingdom of Arles).
- Verdun was part of the middle kingdom of Lotharingia, and in 1374 it became an Imperial Free City of the Holy Roman Empire.
- Slavery could only be confirmed for the Old Babylonia, the Middle Kingdom and the New Kingdom of Egypt, more than a millennium after the earliest states.
- Mentuhotep II, the Eleventh Dynasty king who reunited Egypt at the beginning of the Middle Kingdom, built a very unusual funerary complex.
- This period saw the Kassites destroy the Babylonian empire in Mesopotamia and the Hyksos destroy the Middle Kingdom of Egypt.
- Although Fungi were once considered to be part of the plant kingdom, most experts now consider them to be a separate Kingdom or phylum.
- The Fungi are now thought to be more closely related to the animal kingdom than the plant kingdom.
- Fungi were listed in the Plant Kingdom for many years.
- In the world of biology, fungi rate their own kingdom, alongside the plant kingdom and the animal kingdom.
- The Animal Kingdom is at once the Kingdom most and least familiar to us.
- The division is usually replaced by the phylum in the Animal Kingdom; in the Plant Kingdom the term phylum is no longer generally recognised.
- In 1815 it was included in the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia, and became part of the unified Kingdom of Italy in 1866.
- Lombardy-Venetia was a kingdom in the north of Italy that was part of the Austrian empire.
- After the fall of Napoleon, in 1814, the city became part of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia.
- The House of Savoy () is a dynasty of nobles who traditionally had their domain in Kingdom of Sardinia, a state which, in 1860, became the Kingdom of Italy.
- Mazzini was born in Genoa, then part of the Kingdom of Sardinia, under the rule of the House of Savoy.
- When Victor Amadeus II became king of Sardinia in 1713, Savoy became a part of that new state (see Sardinia, kingdom of).
- Kingdom of Epirus Neoptolemus, the son of Achilles after the trojan war came to Epirus and became the first king.
- Manasseh was the first king of Judah who would not have had a direct experience of a Kingdom of Israel, which had been destroyed by the Assyrians in c.
- King Rama I was the first king in the Royal House of Chakri and founder of Bangkok as the capital of the Kingdom of Siam, as Thailand was formerly known.
- La Rioja briefly formed the independent Kingdom of Viguera from 970 to about 1005, at which point it became a part of the Kingdom of Pamplona.
- Portugal was formally recognized as an independent kingdom by the Kingdom of Leon in 1143, with Afonso Henriques as king.
- Warsaw was ruled by Russia as an independent kingdom (1815-1917) and became capital of Poland again in 1918.
- History Upon Clovis ' death in 511, the Merovingian kingdom included all the Franks and all of Gaul but Burgundy.
- Upon Clovis ' death in 511, the Merovingian kingdom included all the Franks and all of Gaul but Burgundy.
- Before his death he divided the Merovingian kingdom between his two legitimate sons, Pepin and Carloman.
- The rivalry between the two kingdoms, henceforth known respectively as Austrasia (Kingdom of the East) and Neustria (Kingdom of the West), only grew fiercer.
- His successors divided the kingdom and Dagobert II, for instance, was only the King of Austrasia.
- Pepin I of Landen was mayor of Austrasia, and his son Pepin II of both Austrasia and Neustria, the two most important parts of the Merovingian kingdom.
- Pepin the Short was succeeded by his two sons, Carloman and Charlemagne, who at first ruled the kingdom jointly.
- Charles died in 741 and divided control of his kingdom between his two sons, Pepin (known as Pepin the Short) and Carloman.
- Fortunately for Charles and for the kingdom, Carloman died in 771, leaving Charles the sole claimant to the title of King of the Franks.
- The Kingdom of Germany started out as the eastern section of the Frankish kingdom, which was split by the Treaty of Verdun in 843.
- Shortly before his death in 768, following the example of the Merovingians, Pepin divided the Frankish kingdom between his sons, Charlemagne and Carloman.
- Fending off challenges from the Allemanni, Burgundians and Visigoths, the Frankish kingdom became the nucleus of the future states of France and Germany.
- The Sultan offered to surrender the entire territory of the kingdom of Jerusalem if the Crusaders left Egypt.
- The Crusaders, who called it Arsur, rebuilt the city's walls and created the Lordship of Arsur in the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
- After the success of the Crusaders, the Kingdom of Jerusalem was created and its first king was Godfrey of Bouillon who was elected by other crusaders.
- In 1192, Saladin came to agreement with the Crusaders upon the Peace of Ramla, which left the Latin Kingdom only a strip along the coast from Tyre to Yafo.
- The war between the newly established Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem and Fatimid Egypt continued until Saladin became the effective ruler of Egypt in 1169.
- In 1291, the kingdom of Acre was sacked and the Latin kingdom in the Holy Land came to an end.
- He was defeated by Saladin at the Battle of Hattin in 1187, and was imprisoned in Damascus as Saladin reconquered almost the entire kingdom.
- Manuel's invasion of Egypt Alliance with the Kingdom of Jerusalem Control of Egypt was a decades-old dream of the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem.
- The Battle of Hattin took place on Saturday, July 4, 1187, between the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem and the forces of the Ayyubid dynasty under Saladin.
- In 1102, Stephen was killed in battle at the age of 57, during the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem 's siege of Ascalon in what is now Israel.
- Chytridiomycota is a phylum of the Fungi kingdom.
- Basidiomycota is a phylum in the kingdom Fungi.
- They are in their own kingdom, the Fungi Kingdom.
- Kingdom Fungi: (Multicellular decomposers) It is a kingdom of multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs.
- Cell membrane, ribosomes, DNA, and RNA Members of the kingdom Fungi generally differ from members of the kingdom Plantae in that fungi a.
- Recognition of the unique characteristics of fungi led mycologists to establish a separate kingdom, Kingdom Fungi, in the late 1960s.
- It contains accounts of the kings of the ancient Kingdom of Israel and Kingdom of Judah.
- The ancient kingdom of Israel, which consisted of 12 tribes, was in 933 B.C.E. divided into the southern kingdom of Judah and the northern kingdom of Israel.
- The capital of the ancient kingdom of Magadha in India, which was the centres of culture at the time of Shakyamuni.
- There Assyria championed the interests of the kingdom of Manna, while Urartu aided and abetted Iranian tribes encroaching upon Manna from the east and north.
- The revived kingdom was already called Armenia by its neighbours, but in some languages the older name, Urartu, was still in use.
- The Alarodian family was first proposed by Fritz Hommel (1854–1936). The term comes from the name that Herodotus used to refer to the kingdom of Urartu.
- The province was once an important border town involving battles and important wars during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom.
- The history of Trat can be traced back to the reign of King Prasat Thong of the Ayutthaya Kingdom.
- With the fall of Sukhothai it fell it its successor, the Ayutthaya kingdom.
- King Borommatrailokanat (1448 - 1488) moved the capital of the Ayutthaya kingdom to Phitsanulok in 1463 to strengthen the northern boundary of the kingdom.
- In 1599 the kingdom lost its independence and became part of the Ayutthaya Kingdom.
- Mueang Phitsanulok was the first class city in the northern part of Ayutthaya kingdom till the end of the kingdom in 1767.
- Crowned Emperor in 881, his succession to the Kingdom of Saxony the following year reunited the entire Kingdom of the East Franks (Germany).
- This may be correct, since the capital of the kingdom was Kochi, and the entire kingdom was known by the name Kochi.
- The unification of Germany meant the absorption of the entire Kingdom of Prussia into the new empire.
- Similarly, Duryodhana was as strong as the King of heaven, and still the sons of Prtha, the Pandavas, were able to snatch away their kingdom from Duryodhana.
- Other than the Kurus of India ruled by the Pandavas and the Kauravas, there was this another kingdom called Uttara Kurus to the north of Himalayas.
- When his army reached Kurujangala (the kingdom of the Pandavas, the modern-day Hariyana), Duryodhana 's men shrewedly intercepted the army.
- Following Clovis ' death in 511, Aquitaine was divided between his sons (the Merovingian dynasty) like the rest of the kingdom.
- Clovis made Paris his capital and established the Merovingian Dynasty but his kingdom would not survive his death.
- Clovis on his death partitioned his kingdom among his four sons according to Frankish custom.
- Merovingian kingdom (481-751) Clovis I became the first king of all Franks in 509, when he conquered the kingdom of Cologne.
- On the death of Pepin, the kingdom of the Franks was divided—following tradition—between Charlemagne and Carloman.
- Thus Neustria formed the western part of the kingdom of the Franks under the rule of the Merovingian dynasty during the sixth to eighth centuries.
- Accepting the Union of Krewo in 1386, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania made a personal union with the Kingdom of Poland.
- The current design of the Union Flag or Jack dates from the union of Ireland and Great Britain in 1801 with the formation of the United Kingdom.
- After the Act of Union, Ireland became part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, a single entity ruled by the Parliament at Westminster.
- He was the last Roman Catholic monarch to reign over the Kingdom of Scotland, Kingdom of England, and Kingdom of Ireland.
- Reflecting the different constitutions of the Church in England and in Scotland, there are separate Ecclesiastical Households in each kingdom.
- An ACT of the PARLIAMENT of the KINGDOM of SCOTLAND, approving and establishing the DIRECTORY for Publick Worship.
- Noord is a city in Aruba (a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands).
- Aruba was part of this federation until January 1, 1986, when it gained status apart within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
- A country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Aruba has no administrative subdivisions.
- Aruba is an autonomous, self-governing member state of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and Bonaire and Curaçao are in the Netherlands Antilles.
- The commission advised a revision of the Statute of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in order to dissolve the Netherlands Antilles.
- Together with the Netherlands, the country of the Netherlands Antilles, and the country of Aruba form the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
- The Kingdom of Jerusalem was a Christian kingdom established in the Levant in 1099 after the First Crusade.
- In 1099 the Crusaders incorporated part of the region into the Christian kingdom of Jerusalem and part into the principality of Antioch.
- In 1099 both Jerusalem and The True Cross were captured by the Crusaders, and the city and its hinterland became a Christian Kingdom.
- Also some small towns in Slovakia, then within the Kingdom of Hungary, became a part of Poland in the Treaty of Lubowla.
- Mukachevo came under control of Austria as part of the Kingdom of Hungary at the end of 18th century.
- The Habsburg dynasty ruled as emperors of Austria over the western and northern half of the country and as kings of Hungary over the Kingdom of Hungary.
- The southern part of the kingdom was absorbed by the Kingdom of Castile in 1513, and thus became part of the unified Kingdom of Spain.
- From then on the two kingdoms were united under the name of the Kingdom of León and Castile, or simply as the Crown of Castile.
- In 1095, Portugal separated almost definitely from the Kingdom of Galicia, both under the rule of the Kingdom of Leon, just like Castile (Burgos).
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