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He has all the traits required for kingship.
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The religion supplied the symbols of kingship in courts, capitals, and urban centers from Burma (now Myanmar) to Siam (Thailand) to Laos, as monastic orders and ruling elites forged intimate ties.
Maya royal rites of the sort painted on a third-century B.C. wall at San Bartolo were still enacted in the 10th century; in places, Maya kingship remained intact until the 17th.
Apparently Varys swapped the real Aegon in King's Landing with a peasant baby to keep him safe and train him for kingship.
Aurangzeb’s formative years were shaped by the bloody, fratricidal dynamic of Mughal succession, with childhood competition among princes culminating in do-or-die struggles for kingship.
In short, with the aim of restoring a sense of community, nationhood, kingship, and hereditary leadership, fascism presented itself as a return to English traditions, not as an alien innovation.
In ancient Mesopotamia, the lion was regarded as a symbol of kingship.
The story is of Seretse Khama, heir to the kingship of an African people, who was attending school in Britain during the late 1940s.
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Definition of kingship for English Language Learners
: the position of a king
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