Some articles on kingdoms:
... much of its history, Bengal was split up into several independent kingdoms, completely unifying only several times ... In ancient times, Bengal consisted of the kingdoms of Pundra, Suhma, Anga, Vanga, Rarh and Harikela ... much of Bengal was conquered save for the far eastern Bengali kingdoms which continued to exist as tributary states before succumbing to the Guptas ...
... Gaelic Ireland consisted of as few as five and as many as nine main kingdoms, subdivided into dozens of smaller kingdoms ... The primary kingdoms were Connacht, Ailech, Airgíalla, Ulster, Mide, Leinster, Osraige, Munster and Thomond ... The following is a list of the main Irish kingdoms and their kings ...
... (BB戦士 三国伝, BB Warrior Romance Of The Three Kingdoms?) is the SD Gundam series for 2007 and the 18th work in the Musha Gundam series ... are modeled after those featured in the classic Chinese literature, Romance of the Three Kingdoms ... However, certain story elements, as well as the names of the Three Kingdoms themselves, are fictionalized ...
... the classification of Sub-Saharan African kingdoms, mostly of Central, South and East Africa, with some additional data on West African (Sahelian) kingdoms distinguishing ... Ruanda, Nkore, Soga and Kongo in the 16th century regal kingdoms kingdoms where the king controls the external affairs directly, and the internal affairs via a system of overseers ... incorporative kingdoms kingdoms where the king only controls only the external affairs with no permanent administrative links between him and the ...
... Three Kingdoms is a Chinese television series based on the events in the late Eastern Han Dynasty and the Three Kingdoms period ... The plot is based on Luo Guanzhong's classical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, the historical text Records of the Three Kingdoms, and other related ...
Famous quotes containing the word kingdoms:
“Then the devil led him up and showed him in an instant all the kingdoms of the world.”
—Bible: New Testament, Luke 4:5.
“So Lycidas sunk low, but mounted high
Through the dear might of him that walkd the waves,
Where other groves and other streams along
With nectar pure his oozy locks he laves
And hears the unexpressive nuptial song
In the blessd kingdoms meek of joy and love.
There entertain him all the saints above
In solemn troops and sweet societies,
That sing, and singing in their glory move,
And wipe the tears for ever from his eyes.”
—John Milton (16081674)
“How will it be with kingdoms and with kings
With those who shaped him to the thing he is
When this dumb Terror shall rise to judge the world,
After the silence of the centuries?”
—Edwin Markham (18521940)