Princes

Some articles on princes, prince:

Sasserine - History
... Orren was deposed soon after the city was conquered by the Sea Princes ... The Princes kept the existence of Sasserine a secret from the rest of the Flanaess to prevent the city from being taken from them ... The subjugation would last for a century, until the Sea Princes were forced to let go of Sasserine due to internal turmoil in their own lands as a result of the Greyhawk Wars ...
Palavandishvili
... century and received among the princely nobility of Imperial Russia as Princes Palavandov (Russian Палавандовы) in the 19th century ... were grandees of the second class and vassals to the Princes of Mukhrani ...
Abamelik
... family in Tbilisi, claiming descent from the Kurdish princes of Agsend that settled in Georgia in 1421 ... Dictionary (1890-1906), the family attained to the dignity of princes of the 3rd rank when the Georgian crown prince David (1767-1819) married ... The family was officially included in the List of Georgian Princes of the Russian Empire in 1850 ...
List Of The Story Of Saiunkoku Characters - The Shi Clan - The Four Shi Princes
... eliminate Seien (the most talented of all six princes) and bully Ryūki (though they didn't dare touch him whenever Seien was around) ... The four princes were executed and some of their followers were exiled ...
Beth Sarim - Background
... Rutherford, that Old Testament patriarchs or "princes" would be resurrected back to earthly life in 1925 ... It was taught that these "princes" would become earth's new leaders and that their resurrection would be a prelude to the inauguration of a new earthly society and the abolition of death ... to be raised shortly after 1914.) These "princes" would use Jerusalem as their capital, with some of the "princes" being located in other "principal parts of the earth ...

Famous quotes containing the word princes:

    I regret the unhappiness of princes who are slaves to forms and fettered by caution.
    Elizabeth I (1533–1603)

    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)

    They say princes learn no art truly, but the art of horsemanship. The reason is, the brave beast is no flatterer. He will throw a prince as soon as his groom.
    Ben Jonson (c. 1572–1637)