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…Žiča was the seat of the Archbishop (1219-1253), and by tradition the coronational church of the Serbian kings, although a king could be crowned in any Serbian church, he was never considered a true king until he was anointed in Žiča. Žiča…

…Šimon was the son of Afrikan (ON: Alfrekr), a king in the land of the Varangians. Afrikan was the brother of Jakun (ON: Hákon) who took part in the Battle of Listven. When Afrikan died Jakun expelled Šimon and his brother Friand (ON: Friandi).

…Śuddhodana was determined to see his son become a king, so he prevented him from leaving the palace grounds. But at age 29, despite his father’s efforts, Gautama ventured beyond the palace several times. In a series of encounters—known in…

…Œthelwald was a King of Deira (651-c. 655). He was the son of King Oswald of Northumbria, who was killed at the Battle of Maserfield in 642.

…Đorđe Bodinović Vojislavljević, also known as Đorđije or George (fl. 1113-1131) was a King of Duklja in 1113-1118 and again from 1125 to 1131.

…Óspakr (died 1230), who also known as Hákon, was a King of the Isles. He seems to have been a son of Dubgall mac Somairle, King of the Isles, and therefore a member of the Meic Dubgaill branch of the Meic Somairle kindred. Óspakr spent a…

… westernmost of the Small Isles. According to the saga the Icelanders were pressured numerous times to pay a landing-tax to a king named Óláfr. The king encountered by the Icelanders is considered to have been Óláfr, although at this point in…

…Óengus mac Mugróin (died 803) was a king of the Uí Failge, a Laigin people of County Offaly. He was the son of Mugrón mac Flainn (died 782), a previous king. He ruled from 783 to 803.

…Írgalach mac Conaing Cuirre (died 702), also called Írgalach ua Conaing, was a King of Brega from the Uí Chonaing sept of Cnogba (Knowth) of the Síl nÁedo Sláine branch of the southern Ui Neill. He was the son of Conaing Cuirre mac Congaile (died 662) and brother of Congalach mac Conaing Cuirre (died 696), previous kings of Brega. He ruled from 696 to 702.

…Æðelstan (floruit 717×724) was a King, presumably of Sussex, reigning jointly with Noðhelm.

…Æthelric was a king of the Hwicce and son of Oshere; it is possible that he reigned jointly with Æthelheard, Æthelweard, and Æthelberht.

…Æthelric (died c. 604?) was supposedly a King of Deira (c. 589/599-c. 604). He is thought to have succeeded Ælla of Deira, but his existence is historically obscure.

…Æthelmod was possibly a King of Hwicce, perhaps a son of Osric, reigning jointly with his uncle Oshere. In October 680, Æthelmod granted land to Abbess Beorngyth, but he is not actually styled king in the charter S 1167.

…Æthelberht’s reign may have begun in 779, the date provided for the beginning of his reign on the uncertain authority of a much later saint’s life. The absence of any East Anglian charters prevents it from being known whether he ruled as a king or a sub-king under the power of the ruler of another kingdom.

…Æthelberht (Old English: Æðelbrihte), also called Saint Ethelbert the King, (died 20 May 794 at Sutton Walls, Herefordshire) was an eighth-century saint and a king of East Anglia, the Anglo-Saxon kingdom which today includes the English…

…Æscwine was a King of Wessex from about 674 to 676, but was probably not the only king in Wessex at the time.

…Ælfwald was a King of Sussex, who reigned jointly with Ealdwulf and Oslac, and probably also with Oswald and Osmund.

…Áilgenán mac Donngaile (died 853) was a King of Munster from the Eóganacht Chaisil branch of the Eoganachta, the ruling dynasty of Munster. He was of the Clann Faílbe sept of this branch and a grandson of Tnúthgal mac Donngaile (died 820),…

…Áed mac Echach Tirmcharna (died 575) was a King of Connacht from the Uí Briúin branch of the Connachta. He was the son of Echu Tirmcharna mac Fergusso (died ca. 556). He came to the throne in the year 557 and ruled until 575.

…Áed mac Dlúthaig (died 701) was a King of Fir Cúl in Brega of the Síl nDlúthaig sept of the Síl nÁedo Sláine of Brega. He was the grandson of Ailill Cruitire mac Áedo Sláine (died 634), a king of Brega.

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