Kings
Kings or King's may refer to:
African royal families
Images of various kings, queens and emperors from sub-Saharan Africa including monarchs from Benin, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Buganda, Lesotho, Swaziland and the Zul...
Astyages
Astyages (spelled by Herodotus as Ἀστυάγης - Astyages; by Ctesias as Astyigas; by Diodorus as Aspadas; Akkadian: Ištumegu) was the last king of the Median Empire, r. 585 BCE-550 BCE, the son of Cyaxa...
Astyages - Wikipedia
Gagik I of Armenia
Gagik I (Armenian: Գագիկ Ա) was the king of Armenia who reigned between 989 to ca. 1017/20, under whom Bagratid Armenia reached its height, and "enjoyed the accustomed experience of unbroken peace...
Gagik I of Armenia - Wikipedia
Kupanta-Kurunta
Kupanta-Kurunta was the first recorded king of Arzawa, in the late 15th century BC. He was defeated by Tudhaliya I and Arnuwanda I. He then attacked Arnuwanda's restive vassal Madduwatta at Zippasla. ...
Vytautas
Vytautas (Lithuanian:  Vytautas Didysis , Belarusian: Вітаўт Кейстутавіч (Vitaŭt Kiejstutavič), Polish: Witold Kiejstutowicz, Rusyn: Vitovt, Latin: Alexander Vitoldus); styled "the G...
Vytautas - Wikipedia
Enkhelyawon
Enkhelyawon (Mycenaean Greek: 𐀁𐀐𐁈𐀺, e-ke-rja-wo) was possibly a Mycenaean king from Pylos in the 13th century BCE.Enkhelyawon is known from Linear B records from Pylos. He was very important and o...
Enkhelyawon - Wikipedia
King Mānadeva
King Mānadeva (464–505 AD) was the first historical king of Licchavi in present-day Nepal. An inscription dated to 464 AD at the temple of Changu Narayan gives valuable information about his rule. He ...
Piyama-Radu
Piyamaradu (also spelled Piyama-Radu, Piyama Radu, Piyamaradus, Piyamaraduš) was a warlike personage whose name figures prominently in the Hittite archives of the middle and late 13th century BC in we...
Kalinga Magha
Kalinga Magha (reigned 1215–1236), (Oriya: କଳିଙ୍ଗ ମଘା ,Tamil: கலிங்க மாகன்,Sinhala: කාලිංග මාඝ) also known as Magha the Tyrant, is an invader who is remembered primarily for his aggressive...
Kalinga Magha - Wikipedia
Scorillo
Scorilo (died c.70) was a king of Dacia who may have been the father of Decebalus. Evidence for his life and reign is fragmentary.
The Roman historian Jordanes lists a series of Dacian kings befor...
Luli
Luli or Elulaios was king of the Phoenician city of Tyre (729–694 BC). During his reign, Tyre lost what remained of its power to Assyria.The reign of Luli is characterized by several wars with Assyria...
Micipsa
Micipsa (pronounced: Mikipsa, Berber name: Mikiwsen; died: c. 118 BC) was the eldest legitimate son of Masinissa, the King of Numidia, a Berber kingdom in Ancient Algeria, North Africa. Micipsa became...
Robert I of France
Robert I of France (866–923) was the king of West Francia from 922 to 923. Before his succession to the kingdom he was Count of Poitiers, Count of Paris and Marquis of Neustria and Orléans. He succeed...
Uhha-Ziti
Uhha-Ziti was the last independent king of Arzawa, a Bronze Age kingdom of western Anatolia.Uhha-Ziti had two recorded children, Piyama-Kurunta and Tapalazunauli, who were of fighting age as of 1322 B...
Crown prince
A crown prince or crown princess is the heir apparent to the throne in a royal or imperial monarchy. The wife of a crown prince is also titled crown princess. The term is now borne as a title mainly ...
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Iarmuman
Iarmhumhain (older spellings: Iarmuman, Iarmumu or Iarluachair) was a Kingdom in the early Christian period of Ireland in west Munster. Its ruling dynasty was related to the main ruling dynasty of Mun...
Iarmuman - Wikipedia
Carol II of Romania
Carol II (15 October 1893 – 4 April 1953) reigned as King of Romania from 8 June 1930 until 6 September 1940. He was the first member of the Romanian royal family to be raised in the O...
Carol II of Romania - Wikipedia
List of German monarchs
This is a list of monarchs who ruled over the German territories of central Europe from the division of the Frankish Empire in 843 (by which a separate Eastern Frankish Kingdom was created), until the...
List of German monarchs - Wikipedia
Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse
Frederick Charles Louis Constantine, Prince and Landgrave of Hesse (1 May 1868, Gut Panker – 28 May 1940, Kassel), Friedrich Karl Ludwig Konstantin Prinz und Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel in German...
Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse - Wikipedia