Definition of Regentship. Meaning of Regentship. Synonyms of Regentship

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Definition of Regentship

Regentship
Regentship Re"gent*ship, n. The office of a regent; regency.

Meaning of Regentship from wikipedia

- of the rebellion by Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson. During Charles's brief regentship, the so-called Rebellion of David (a peasant rebellion) took place in...
- Kettil Karlsson (Vasa) (c. 1433 – 11 August 1465) was a Swedish clergyman, diplomat, military leader and statesman during the Kalmar Union era. He was...
- personally led a military campaign against the kingdom of Champa and left the regentship for Ỷ Lan. Ngô Sĩ Liên in Đại Việt sử ký toàn thư recounted that after...
- had other families, but traditionally only these five were eligible for regentship. They were the most politically powerful families among the kuge (court...
- young son Male Rao Holkar became the ruler of Indore in 1766, under the regentship of Ahilyabai, but he too died within few months in 1767. Ahilyabai became...
- well as a Lord High Councillor of Sweden, and once a candidate for the Regentship. Arvid Birgersson was born as second son of Birger Birgersson, Lord of...
- of Đinh Phế Đế, Dương Vân Nga and the general Lê Hoàn jointly held the regentship for the 6-year-old emperor, later it was Dương Vân Nga and general Phạm...
- relief was routed by Antigonus. When Antipater died in 319 BC, he gave the regentship to Polyperchon, excluding C****ander, his son. Antigonus and the other...
- young son Male Rao Holkar became the ruler of Indore in 1766, under the regentship of Ahilyabai, but he too died within few months in 1767. Ahilyabai became...
- only son Male Rao Holkar became the ruler of Indore in 1766, under the regentship of Ahilyabai, but he too died within few months on 5 April 1767. Ahilyabai...
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