Kings may refer to:
- Monarchs: The Sovereign Heads of states and/or nations, with the male being kings
- One of several works known as the "Book of Kings":
- The Books of Kings part of the Bible, divided into two parts
- The Shahnama, an 11th century epic Persian poem
- The Morgan Bible, a French medieval picture Bible
- The Pararaton, a 16th century Javanese history of southeast Asia
- Kings (game), a popular drinking game also known as King's Cup
- Kings (electoral district), a federal electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada
- Kings (handball), also known as "Chinese handball"
- Kings Family Restaurants, a chain of restaurants located in Pennsylvania and Ohio
- Kings (film), a 2007 Irish language film by Tom Collins
- "Kings" (song), a song by rock group Steely Dan on the album Can't Buy a Thrill
- Kings Super Markets, a chain supermarket in northern New Jersey
- The Kings, a Canadian rock band formed in 1977.
- Kings of Leon, an American rock group
- Kings (Australian TV series), an Australian TV series
- Kings (American TV series), an American TV series on NBC
- King's Favourites, a brand of cigarettes
- King's Discount Stores, a chain of stores in the USA
Other articles related to "kings, king":
... were documents which granted land to followers or to churchmen, and were witnessed by the kings who had power to grant the land ... and from 835 Viking raids were a concern for the kings of Wessex ... to the trimoda necessitas, the set of three obligations that kings of the era placed on their subjects ...
... University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia King's University College (Edmonton) in Edmonton, Alberta King's University College (University of Western Ontario), a campus of the University ... Mary, Devon The King's School, Basingstoke, Hampshire The King's School, Grantham, Lincolnshire The King's School, Harpenden, Hertfordshire The King's School ... School, Wolverhampton Kings' School, Winchester, Hampshire King's School Senior, Fair Oak, Hampshire Kings School of English, a group of private English Language Schools "The King's School" most often refers ...
... in the mid to late Merovingian period, kings had been reduced to performing merely ceremonial functions, which made them little more than nominal kings ... monarchy, which have similarly been the real powers with a ceremonial king ... Franks, and for the last four years of his reign did not even bother with the façade of a King ...
... Kings Peak can refer to one of Kings Peak (British Columbia), a mountain in British Columbia Kings Peak (Idaho), a mountain in Idaho Kings Peak (Utah ...
... See also Line of the Half-elven Eärendil Elwing Elros Elrond Kings of Númenor Silmariën Elatan of Andúnië Valandil of Andúnië Lords of Andúnië Númendil Amandil Elendil Isildur Anárion Elendur Ciryon (3 unknown children) Meneldil Aratan Valandil Cemendur Kings of Arnor Kings of Gondor Kings of Arthedain Ondoher Arvedui Fíriel Chieftains of the Dúnedain Arathorn II Aragorn II Arwen (Daughter of Elrond) Eldarion (A number of unknown daughters) Kings of the Reunited Kingdom. ...
Famous quotes containing the word kings:
“...that broken reed of a staff, which will pierce the hand of anyone who leans on it.”
—Bible: Hebrew, 2 Kings 18:21.
“The state of monarchy is the supremest thing upon earth: for kings are not only Gods Lieutenants upon earth, and sit upon Gods throne, but even by God himself they are called gods.”
—James I of England, James VI of Scotland (15661625)
“When private men shall act with original views, the lustre will be transferred from the actions of kings to those of gentlemen.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)