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Succession is the act or process of following in order or sequence. It may further refer to:
Order of succession, in politics, the ascension to power by one ruler, official, or monarch after the death, resignation, or removal from office of another, usually in a clearly defined order
Temuchin - Succession - Jochi
... Genghis Khan was aware of this friction between his sons (particularly between Chagatai and Jochi) and worried of possible conflict between them if he died and therefore he decided to divide his empire among his sons and make all of them Khan in their own right and by appointing one of his sons as his successor ... Chagatai was considered unstable due to his temper and rash behavior because of his statements he made that he would not follow Jochi if he were to become his father's successor ...
List Of Conflicts In Europe - 13th Century
... Crusade 1211 Welsh uprising of 1211 1215–1217 First Barons' War 1216–1222 War of Succession of Champagne 1220–1264 The Age of the Sturlungs 1223–1241 Mongol invasion of Europe 1223–1480 ...
William VII, Marquess Of Montferrat - Succession
... William's body was given back to his family and was buried in the Cistercian abbey of Santa Maria di Lucedio, alongside his father ... His obituary remembers him as fundator huius monasterii "founder of this monastery." In fact, he was just a member of the founding family and an endower ...
Jazmin Grace Grimaldi - History
... Some of these have obtained succession rights through legitimation or adoption, including Princess Charlotte, an illegitimate child who was adopted by her own father, and who then ceded her succession rights to her ... Prince Rainier III made obtaining succession rights in this manner impossible for the illegitimate children of his son Albert by adopting a new constitution in 2002, which limited the succession to ...
Famous quotes containing the word succession:
“The heart of man ever finds a constant succession of passions, so that the destroying and pulling down of one proves generally to be nothing else but the production and the setting up of another.”
“A mothers life, you see, is one long succession of dramas, now soft and tender, now terrible. Not an hour but has its joys and fears.”
“Man approaches the unattainable truth through a succession of errors.”
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