Cognatic Primogeniture

Some articles on primogeniture, cognatic primogeniture, cognatic:

Monarchies In Africa - Some Contemporary Monarchies
... necessary Morocco Kingdom constitutional Agnatic primogeniture Mohammed VI 23 July 1999 Moulay Hassan, Crown Prince of Morocco Swaziland Kingdom absolute Elective Mswati III ...
Variations - Absolute Cognatic Primogeniture
... Absolute, equal or lineal primogeniture, known in French as aînesse intégrale (integral primogeniture), is inheritance by the oldest surviving child without regard to gender ... It is also known as (full) cognatic primogeniture today ... This form of primogeniture was not practiced by any modern monarchy before 1980 ...
List Of Monarchs In The Americas - Current Monarchies
... and Barbuda Kingdom constitutional and federal Cognatic primogeniture Elizabeth II 6 February 1952 Charles, Prince of Wales The Bahamas Kingdom constitutional Cognatic ...
List Of English Monarchs - House of Stuart - House of Stuart (restored)
6 February 1685 Whitehall Palace aged 54 son of Charles I (cognatic primogeniture English Restoration) James II 6 February 1685 – 23 December 1688 (deposed) 14 October 1633 St. 1673 seven children 16 September 1701 Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye aged 67 son of Charles I (cognatic primogeniture) Mary II 13 February 1689–1694 30 April 1662 St. 1714 Kensington Palace aged 49 daughter of James II (cognatic primogeniture Bill of Rights 1689) Monarchs after 1707 See List of British monarchs ...
Monarch - Succession
... usual hereditary succession is based on some cognatic principles and on seniority, though sometimes merit has played a part ... Thus, the most common hereditary system in feudal Europe was based on cognatic primogeniture where a lord was succeeded by his eldest son or, if he had no son, by either his brother, his daughters or ... Great Britain and Spain today continue this model of succession law, in the form of cognatic primogeniture ...