Elected King

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Albert II Of Germany - Full Title
... Albert possessed went as follows Albert, by the grace of God elected King of the Romans, always August, King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania and Bulgaria ... In practise he often used a shorter version Albert, by the grace of God elected King of the Romans, always August, King of Hungary, Dalmatia and Croatia, etc ... elected King of Bohemia, duke of Austria, Styria, Carinthia and Carniola, Margrave of Moravia and Count of Tyrol, etc ...
Ribe Cathedral - History
... Ribe Market was sanctioned by either King Angantyr (Ongendus) or King Harald Hildetand as early as 705 ... Harald Klak a co-king of Denmark was forced from Denmark by his co-king, Horik I and fled to Germany to get help from Emperor Louis ... It was a timber church built with the permission of King Horik I on the south side of the river across from the market ...
Gustav I Of Sweden - Resistance Against The Danish - Swedish War of Liberation - Elected King
... election of the regent Gustav Eriksson as king of Sweden was made when the leading men of Sweden got together in Strängnäs in June 1523 ... When the councillors of Sweden had chosen Gustav as king, he met with the two visiting councillors of Lübeck ... Gustav Eriksson was brought to Strängnäs Cathedral where the king sat down in the choir with the Swedish privy councillors on one side, and the Lübeck representatives ...
Stephen Báthory - Elected King
... the most populous states in Europe, was vacated when King Sigismund II of Poland died without heirs ... Henry fled Poland to succeed his brother as King of France ... a half years, the Sejm, persuaded by the Papal nuncio, elected the Emperor Maximilian as the new monarch ...

Famous quotes containing the words king and/or elected:

    Mr. Clarke played the King all evening as though under constant fear that someone else was about to play the Ace.
    Eugene Field (1850–1895)

    The whole bloody system is sick: the very notion of leadership, a balloon with a face painted upon it, elected and inflated by media’s diabolic need to reduce ideas to personalities.
    Kate Millett (b. 1934)