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  • Our King Jesus Christ
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    Emphasizing Jesus Role as Reigning King page 277 3 & 4 In ANCIENT TIMES... must ACTIVITY AND FAN FAIR was done in the CARNATION of kings, and they were given GREAT HONOR AND LOYALTY by the people Why because a KING of a nation had ultimate POWER AND RULERSHIP. What a KING said or WANTED done... there were NO questions asked. The MORE LOYALTY that the people had for their KING the greater his kingdom would become. And If the KING also had Jehovah's DIVINE BACKING, there was nothing he could NOT A...
  • King Arthur And The Legends
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    The Legend of King Arthur - The Origins and Different Interpretations of the Legend Today - There are countless versions of the legend of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table. Most English versions are based on Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, but where did these tales originate, and what different interpretations are there today This essay seeks to examine the roots and different renditions of the various legends circulating today. The first section deals with the origins of the...
  • Ramas Father King Dasaratha
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    Lord Rama was said to be the perfect being, as well as the perfect man, husband, brother, king, and obedient son. He is usually portrayed holding a bow and arrow, as an indicator that he is ready to fight off any evil or demons that he may come across or are put in his path. Along with his wife Sita, and his obedient brother Lakshmana, beside him. And one of his great disciples, Hanuman, bowing at his feet. Rama and Sita have been leaders and role models of character for many thousands of genera...
  • Great King Sundiata
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    The epitome of oral history, this "speaking document", that is part history and part legend, is an epic tale about Sundiata and his prophesied uniting of the twelve kingdoms of Mali into a single powerful empire. Retold by generations of griots - the guardians of African Culture - this oral tradition has been handed down from the thirteenth century and captures all the mystery and majesty of medieval African kingship. The son of Sogolon, the hunchback princess, and Maghan, known as "the handsome...
  • Charlemagnes Son
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    Kingship crucial to political workings of all kingdoms dynastic ism very important as were strong kinship tires in binding together monarchies also problematic Charlemagne forbade sons to kill, blind, mutilate nephews, of force them to be tonsured Kings and aristocrats marriage alliances conduits property, power, peace weavers, foci of interest groups, kin by marriage could offer political support, maternal and paternal kin could transmit claims on wealth and prestige to the next generation. Dea...
  • Caring And Ambitious Character
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    In Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem 'Ulysses,' the narrator is caring and ambitious. The narrator, who was once a great warrior, reveals himself to be a caring character. 'Greatly, have suffered greatly, both with those / That loved me' (1257). He reveals his love for the people that have fought by his side. He appreciates those who gave their lives so that he may live. 'Well-loved of me, discerning to fulfill / This labor' (1258). The narrator is showing his love for his son and kingdom. By resigni...
  • Rama And Laksmana
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    Long ago in the far off land of Ayodhya a boy was born. His name was Rama, son of King Das artha. As he was growing up he met a young girl. The first time he saw her he was stunned by her beauty; it was love at first sight. Her name was Sita. The ended up getting married; there was a big elaborate ceremony. The person who married her had to bend a bow. Not only did Rama Bend it but he broke it. As the years went by they had a happy life King Dasaratha was getting old and wanted to chooses his so...
  • Dragon Biblo
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    The Hobbit This book began with Biblo Baggins smoking a pipe after breakfast. This is one of his favorite things to do and he feels good in doing it. He is middle-aged, and lives in a burrow in the ground. One morning Gandalf, a wizard stops by to talk with Biblo. He tells Biblo that he is looking for someone to go on an adventure with him. Although Biblo is tempted he decides not to go, but invites Gandalf for tea the next morning. The next day Biblo hears his doorbell and he remembers inviting...
  • Son Jara's Personal Bard To Sumamuru
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    Fa-Digi Sisko is who tells the version o epic in our textbook Fata Magan the Handsome: father of Son-Jara, settles in Kamal en the center of the later Manding Kingdom. A jinni appears to Fata Magan and tells him he should wed an ugly maid who is with two youths; the ugly maid will bear him a son who will rule Manding. Magan gives his sister, Nakana Taliba later appears as a principal Queen of Darkness, and a rare token in exchange for Sugulun Konde, the ugly maid. Sugulun Konde called "the Konde...
  • King Vortigern's Eldest Son
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    During medieval period, which took place between 1066-1485, the literature of the time went through change. The medieval romance, which contains kings, knights, and the supernatural, is one type of medieval literature. The Legend of King Arthur is the most well known medieval romance. A study of the Legend of King Arthur involves an analysis of the kings that preceded his ascension to the throne, which includes Vortigern's rise to power, Constantine's sons control of the throne, and ultimately h...
  • Ras Tafari
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    There is no understanding to modern Ethiopia without a grasp of Haile Sellassie's life. Sellassie would prove to be one of Ethiopia's most noble leaders. He pushed education for his people. He made a valiant effort to drag Ethiopia out of its stagnant state of unpaved roads, minimal schools, very little education, and views on international affairs. He looked and carried himself like a king. The Ethiopian Emperor traditionally took the title of King of King, Lion of the Tribe of Judah as a title...
  • King Henry IV And Joseph Strorm
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    King Henry IV and Joseph Strorm: Arch typical Fathers An ideal father is one who is both caring and understanding. To fit this mould, one must express these characteristics. The outlook and actions of King Henry IV (Shakespeare, Henry IV Part 1) and Joseph Strorm (Wyndham, TheChrysalids), suggest characters who do not match the mould of the archetypical ideal father. King Henry IV was a father who thought not much of his son. He sees his son as a riotous, irresponsible young man. King Henry tell...
  • Son Of The King's Daughter
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    Sean Toomey Cuchulain's real name was Setanta, and he lived with his mother in Dundalk. He got his name by slaying King Culann's dog. Without a dog he had no one to guard the house, so he had to for punishment. Cuchulain means "hound of Culann". He decided to take up arms and set out with a wise friend named Ibar. They arrived at the fort of the three sons of Nec htan. He fought the first son, Foil MacNechtain. Ibar said he could not be pierced, so Cuchulain slams him in the head with a rock and...
  • Cnut's First Year As King
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    For the English people, King Cnut's reign from 1017 to 1035 was much like the month of March, "in like a lion and out like a lamb". 1 Crowned in the turmoil of war and conquest, Cnut quickly established an era of peace and prosperity. England became so secure that Cnut could frequently leave the country to settle affairs elsewhere in his empire. It was especially important to a people weary from thirty years of war that all of the fighting during his reign was on foreign soil. By the time of his...
  • Should Be King Three Boys
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    Who Should Be King Three boys: Richard, Jeffery, and John. Their your only sons. Which one would you choose to be king of the kingdom you have had for years All three of them are great in certain areas, but how could a person choose between their sons. If you pick one then the other two will feel like they have been shafted. Richard. The oldest son of the three. He is the strongest son in warfare. He knows what to do when it comes to war, but he isn't the smartest when it comes to politics. He i...
  • Young Atalanta
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    Atalanta Atalanta was a great heroine, athlete, and hunter. As an infant, she was abandoned and raised by a mother bear. Her father had left her on a mountainside, because, like many people at the time, he was disappointed at having a daughter and not a son. The she-bear nursed her and cared for her, and Atlanta learned great hunting techniques. Young Atalanta grew into an active young girl. When she was still young, a hunter found her and raised her. She grew to surpass them by far in her hunti...
  • Chariot Driver Myrtilus Into The Sea
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    Auriga, the Charioteer is the last of the autumn constellations with a right ascension of six hours and a declination of 41.73 degrees. Auriga is an ancient Northern Hemisphere constellation featuring one of the brightest stars in the sky: Capella. Auriga is usually shown as a charioteer; the young Auriga wields a whip in one hand and holds a goat (Capella) and her two / three kids in the other. To find Auriga, first locate Orion. Taurus is to the right (west) and just above these two, much high...
  • Great Odysseus
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    Homer's The Odyssey is a story of a valiant and courageous man named Odysseus and his hardy crew of Ithacan sailors. Odysseus sacks cities, vanquishes monsters, and mercilessly taunts and tricks his opponents in order to attain victory for himself. In addition to these great physical feats and intellectual wit, he also sleeps with the most beautiful women on the earth. By today's standards, he is real macho man. Uncharacteristically, however, Odysseus is prone to shedding tears of sorrow. Such a...
  • Yadava Kingdom The Eastern Part Of Vidarbha
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    Ancient History Part I The oldest vestiges of Habitation in the Nagpur District are furnished by dolmens and other sepulchral monuments which can be noticed within a radius of about 48,280 km. (thirty miles) round Nagpur in the vicinity of the villages of Kora di, Kohala, Jana pani, Nid hoa, Borganv, Va thora, Vadganv, Savarganv, Hingani etc. Some of these were opened first by Pearson and then by Hislop but their detailed reports are not available. They require to be excavated and studied scient...
  • Joans Home Town
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    At the time of Joans days as a kid France was in the middle of a Hundred year war. Joans home town was put in between the English and the French. Joan had a happy and good young life but sometimes her and her family had to flee from armies passing through their town. Joan started hearing voices at 13. These voices only forced her to pray and go to church. After about two years they started telling her that she must help the kings son of France to be crowned. The kings son, Charles 7th had to be ...

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