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Today, only two European regions continue to associate with the Franks: the French province of Île-de-France, originally the Western Franks ' seat of power ; and the Ripuarian Frankish dynasty's adopted homeland, modern Franconia.
It was the erosion of this tradition coupled with increased brutality and centralization that played a large part in the dynasty's downfall after Aurangzeb, who unlike previous emperors, imposed relatively non-pluralistic policies on the general population, which often inflamed the majority Hindu population.
Rivalry with other, more established patrons from the Constantinopolitan and exiled Roman aristocracy ( like Anicia Juliana ) may have enforced Justinian's building activities in the capital as a means of strengthening his dynasty's prestige.
The term " Merovingian " comes from medieval Latin Merovingi or Merohingi (" sons of Merovech "), an alteration of an unattested Old West Low Franconian form, akin to their dynasty's Old English name Merewīowing, with the final-ing being a typical patronymic suffix.
Manchuria was originally separated from China proper by the Inner Willow Palisade, a ditch and embankment planted with willows intended to restrict the movement of the Han Chinese into Manchuria, as the area was off-limits to the Han Chinese until the Qing government started colonizing the area with them later on in the dynasty's rule, especially since the 1860s.
The Qing Dynasty started colonizing Manchuria with Han Chinese later on in the dynasty's rule, but the Manchu area was still separated from modern-day Inner Mongolia by the Outer Willow Palisade, which kept the Manchu and the Mongols in the area separate.
Her tenure included four regencies during her husband's stays in Hanover, and she is credited with strengthening the Hanoverian dynasty's place in Britain during a period of political instability.
Ethiopia's traditions, recorded and elaborated in a 13th century treatise, the " Kebre Negest ", assert descent from a retinue of Israelites who returned with the Queen of Sheba from her visit to King Solomon in Jerusalem, by whom she had conceived the Solomonic dynasty's founder, Menelik I.
The war was a clear indication of the failure of the Qing dynasty's attempts to modernize its military and fend off threats to its sovereignty, especially compared with Japan's successful post-Meiji restoration For the first time, regional dominance in East Asia shifted from China to Japan ; and the prestige of the Qing Dynasty, along with the classical tradition in China, suffered a major blow.
From 1810 to 1820, Iturbide had fought against those who sought to overturn the Spanish monarchy and Bourbon dynasty's right to rule New Spain and replace that regime with a republic.
Otto promoted the dynasty's role in a post-war Europe and met regularly with Franklin Roosevelt ; Robert was the Habsburg representative in London ; Carl Ludwig and Felix joined the United States Army, serving with several American-raised relatives of the Mauerer line ; Rudolf smuggled himself into Austria in the final days of the war to help organise the resistance.
After withdrawing, he left a Qing citizen ( the amban ) backed up with a military garrison to safeguard the dynasty's interests.
Ethiopia's traditions, recorded and elaborated in a 5th century treatise, the " Kebre Negest ", assert descent from a retinue of Israelites who returned with Makeda, the Queen of Sheba from her visit to King Solomon in Jerusalem, by whom she had conceived the Solomonic dynasty's founder, Menelik I.
** Historically, it was associated with support for absolute monarchy, starting with the supporters of the Bourbon dynasty of France, because it was the dynasty's colour.
Another chancellor, Guan Long-Feng ( 關龍逢 ), told the king that he was losing the trust of his people along with the Xia dynasty's rivers and mountains ( 江山 ).
To the south, the region was separated from China proper by the Inner Willow Palisade, a ditch and embankment planted with willows intended to restrict the movement of the Han Chinese into Manchuria during the Qing Dynasty, as the area was off-limits to the Han until the Qing started colonizing the area with them later on in the dynasty's rule.
With the Manchu Qing dynasty now firmly in control of the South, it was in a position to deal with what they saw as Russian encroachment in Manchuria, the dynasty's ancient homeland.
The Nandas who usurped the throne of the Shishunaga dynasty were thought to be of low origin with some sources stating that the dynasty's founder, Mahapadma, was the son of a Shudra.
The four grandsons of the dynasty's founder, Saman Khuda, had been rewarded with provinces for their faithful service to the Abbasid caliph al-Mamun: Nuh obtained Samarkand ; Ahmad, Fergana ; Yahya, Shash ; and Elyas, Herat.

dynasty's and influence
After the death of Louis I, Zadar came under the rule of Sigmund of Luxembourg and later Ladislaus of Naples, who, witnessing his loss of influence in Dalmatia, sold Zadar and his dynasty's rights to Dalmatia to Venice for 100, 000 ducats on July 31, 1409.
As a result of the Qajar dynasty's heavy influence on the city of Semnan, especially under Fath Ali Shah's reign, some families in Semnan can trace their lineage back to the Qajar dynasty.
called himself the possessor of Hohlach ( Hohenloch or Hohenlohe ) Castle near Uffenheim, and the dynasty's influence was soon perceptible in-between the Franconian valleys of the Kocher, the Jagst and the Tauber Rivers, an area that was to be called the Hohenlohe Plateau.

dynasty's and East
By 1189, after the capture of Jerusalem, Saladin had consolidated the dynasty's control over the Middle East.

dynasty's and between
After his mother's death, William's education and guardianship became a point of contention between his dynasty's supporters and the advocates of a more republican Netherlands.
During his reign he alternated between English and French alliances in an attempt to improve his dynasty's position.

dynasty's and powerful
Although Henry was restored to the Church, any expectations that the Pope would restore support of Henry's right to the throne were soon dashed: in March, a small group of powerful Saxon and South German territorial magnates, including the archbishops of Salzburg, Mainz and Magdeburg and several bishops, met at Forchheim and, on the assumption that Henry had irretrievably lost the imperial dignity, repudiated the Salian dynasty's claim to pass the imperial crown by heredity and, in the words of Bruno of Merseburg, present in his bishop's entourage, declared " that the son of a king, even if he should be preeminently worthy, should become king by a spontaneous election ".

dynasty's and Empire
In other states ( such as the Milan of the Visconti ) the dynasty's right to the Signoria was a formally recognized part of the Communes constitution, which had been " ratified " by the People and recognized by the Pope or the Holy Roman Empire.

dynasty's and which
Competition arose among the old dynasty's princes and supporters, as historians and jurists debated which Bagrationi has the strongest hereditary right to a throne that has been vacant for two centuries.
After World War I, Czechoslovakia, the predecessor of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, acting to seize what they considered to be German possessions, expropriated the entirety of the Liechtenstein dynasty's hereditary lands and possessions in Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia which compose the Czech Republic.
( Agnes, Henry IV's daughter and Henry V's sister, was the heiress of Salian dynasty's lands: her first marriage produced the royal and imperial Hohenstaufen dynasty and her second marriage the ducal Babenberg potentates of Duchy of Austria which was elevated much due to such connections Privilegium Minus.
" Indeed, this was true of the dynasty's borders in multiple directions ; modern Xinjiang, Tibet, Manchuria, Inner Mongolia, and regions to the southeast were foreign to the Qin, and even areas over which they had military control were culturally distinct.
Thomas Francis of Savoy ( Italian Tommaso Francesco di Savoia, Principe di Carignano, French Thomas François de Savoie, Prince de Carignan ; 21 December 1596 – 22 January 1656 ) was an Italian military commander, the founder of the Savoy-Carignano branch of the House of Savoy which reigned as kings of Sardinia from 1831 to 1861, and as kings of Italy from 1861 until the dynasty's deposition in 1946.
The family name of William of Orange was derived from the dynasty's ancestral origins as feudal lords of the French town of Orange, which was named by the ancient Gauls in honour of a Celtic water deity.
This confusion also exists regarding the Lara Jonggrang temple at the Prambanan complex, which was believed that it was erected by the victor Rakai Pikatan as the Sanjaya dynasty's reply to Borobudur, but others suggest that there was a climate of peaceful coexistence where Sailendra involvement exists in Lara Jonggrang.
Our dynasty's house law is most strict in regard to the proper discipline of eunuchs, and provides severe punishment for any offences to which they may commit.
Immediately after Emperor Fei took the throne, the important city Luoyang ( which had served as Jin's capital early in the dynasty's history ) fell to Former Yan, because Emperor Ai's death prevented a relief force from being dispatched.
The symbol of the Austrian Emperor was the dynasty's private crown dating back to Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor ( called Rudolfinische Hauskrone by the experts ), which should convey the dignity and myth of the Habsburgs.
In early 846, in an attempt to ward off the illness, he changed his name to Li Yan — under the theory that under the Wu Xing cosmology, his original name of Chan ( 瀍 ) contained two instances of earth ( 土 ) while only containing one instance of water ( 水 ), which meant that he was getting suppressed by the dynasty's own spirits ( as Tang beliefs included that the dynasty was protected by earth ), while Yan ( 炎 ) contained two instances of fire ( 火 ), which was more harmonious with earth.
Creeds which were seen as deviant forms of the Caliphal dynasty's Sunni Islam – such as Shi ' as, Alawis, Alevis and Yezidis – had no official status and were considered to be part of the Muslim millet ; only the syncretic Druze of the Djebel Druze and Mount Lebanon enjoyed feudal − type autonomy.
), and he had ascended to the throne of his dynasty's kingdom ( which had not yet united Nepal into its modern-day form ) on 3 April 1743.

dynasty's and empire
The Babylonian province of the Seleucid empire became Parthian, but in Syria was the dynasty's grip was reassured under Antiochus VII Sidetes, the younger brother of Demetrius, who also married Cleopatra Thea.
The dynasty's founder was Hemanta Sen, who was part of the Pala Dynasty until their empire began to weaken.

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