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# Abijah ( king ) of the Kingdom of Judah, also known as Abijam ( אבים ' aḄiYaM " My Father is Yam "), who was son of Rehoboam and succeeded him on the throne of Judah.
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# and Abijah
# Abijah ( queen ), the daughter of Zechariah ( 2 Chronicles 29: 1 ), who married King Ahaz of Judah.
# and king
# The Old Testament, in which a line of kings was created by God through the prophecy of Jacob / Israel, who created his son Judah to be king and retain the sceptre until the coming of the Messiah, alongside the line of priests created in his other son, Levi.
Tarquinius Superbus by Lawrence Alma-Tadema, depicting the king receiving a laurel ; the poppies in the foreground refer to the # Cultural references | " tall poppy " allegory ( see below )
# Being able to manage a greater deal of knowledge and action than a single individual such as the king.
# The Quadruple Alliance of April 1834 was formed by the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and Portugal to support queen Isabella II of Spain against her uncle Don Carlos, Count of Molina, who claimed the Spanish throne under the succession law of 1714-1830, and queen Maria II of Portugal ( represented by her father Pedro, 18th Duke of Braganza, former Emperor of Brazil and King of Portugal ) against her uncle Miguel of Portugal, who proclaimed himself absolute king before the Portuguese Liberal War.
# Guta ( Jutte / Bona ) ( 13 March 1271 – 18 June 1297, Prague ), married 24 January 1285 to King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia and became the mother of king Wenceslaus III of Bohemia, Poland and Hungary, of queen Anne of Bohemia ( 1290 – 1313 ), duchess of Carinthia, and of queen Elisabeth of Bohemia ( 1292 – 1330 ), countess of Luxembourg.
# In play, the term is usually used to exclude pawns, referring only to a queen, rook, bishop, knight, or king.
# Firstly ( 4. 7 ), the Scythians ' legend about themselves, which portrays the first Scythian king, Targitaus, as the child of the sky-god and of a daughter of the Dnieper.
# Secondly ( 4. 8 ), a legend told by the Pontic Greeks featuring Scythes, the first king of the Scythians, as a child of Hercules and Echidna.
# Unmoved: The king and the castling rook must not have moved before in the game, including having castled.
# Unimpeded: All the squares between the king's initial and final squares ( including the final square ), and all of the squares between the rook's initial and final squares ( including the final square ), must be vacant except for the king and castling rook.
In 1977 Thompson's Belle chess machine used the endgame tablebase for a king and rook against king and queen and was able to draw that theoretically lost ending against several masters ( see Philidor position # Queen versus rook ).
# for a king or a prince the offering had to be a young male goat ; for other individuals the offering had to be either a young female goat, or a female lamb ;
# A daughter of Strymon and Neaera, wife of Argus ( king of Argos ), mother of Ecbasus, Peiras, Epidaurus and Criasus.
# and Kingdom
# Reference by an entrenched document, such as the Preamble of the Constitution Act, 1867's entrenchment of written and unwritten principles from the constitution of the United Kingdom or the Constitution Act, 1982's reference of the Proclamation of 1763.
The large flags shown in the corners are the Flag_of_the_United_States # Historical_progression_of_designs | 37-star flag of the United States ( flown 1867-1877 ), the Royal Standard of the United Kingdom, the Russian Imperial Standard, and the Flag of France | French tricolore with inset French Imperial Eagle | Imperial Eagle.
The division is traditionally, though probably incorrectly, attributed to Roman Kingdom # Reign of Servius Tullius | Servius Tullius.