Monarchs

Some articles on monarchs, monarch:

List Of Hanoverian Consorts
... of Hanover were woman married to the Hanoverian monarchs during their reigns ... Because of the salic law of succession, all monarchs of Hanover were male with the title of King of Hanover and before that Elector of Hanover, while all Hanoverian consorts ... The following women spouses of the monarchs of Hanover between 1692 and 1878 ...
List Of Polish Consorts
... consorts were the spouses of the reigning monarchs of the Kingdom of Poland ... women who held the position of queen consort although there were two female monarchs of Poland, husbands of those queens regnant were iure uxoris monarchs and not consorts ...
List Of Birds By Common Name - Passerines - Monarchs
... Black-naped Monarch African Paradise-flycatcher Asian Paradise-flycatcher Caerulean Paradise-flycatcher ‘Elepaio Black-faced Monarch Spectacled Monarch Pied Monarch Shining Flycatcher Magpie-lar ...
List Of The Last Monarchs In The Americas - North America - United States
... Those that are listed as former monarchs of what is now the continental United States were heads of European seated monarchies (or Mexican monarchs, such as Augustine ... Others were indigenous monarchs, such as Malietoa Tanumafili I, Tuʻi Manuʻa Elisala and Liliuokalani of Hawaii The last monarch of each state and territory may not be the last colonial ... Louis XV of France is the last French monarch of Louisiana, but Napoleon Bonaparte, prior to becoming Emperor, was the last ruler of Louisiana) ...
List Of Birds Of Queensland - Passeriformes - Corvidae (Crows, Cuckoo-shrikes, Whistlers, Monarchs, Butcherbirds, Woodswallows, Orioles, Fantails)
... albiscapa Rufous Fantail, Rhipidura rufifrons Black-winged Monarch, Monarcha frater Black-faced Monarch, Monarcha melanopsis White-eared Monarch, Monarcha leucotis ...

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    There was about all the Romans a heroic tone peculiar to ancient life. Their virtues were great and noble, and these virtues made them great and noble. They possessed a natural majesty that was not put on and taken off at pleasure, as was that of certain eastern monarchs when they put on or took off their garments of Tyrian dye. It is hoped that this is not wholly lost from the world, although the sense of earthly vanity inculcated by Christianity may have swallowed it up in humility.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    O for a Muse of fire, that would ascend
    The brightest heaven of invention!
    A kingdom for a stage, princes to act,
    And monarchs to behold the swelling scene!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)