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[[File:Liliput.png|thumb|[[Lilliput|A castle on an island '''kingdom'''.]]<ref>As seen in the [[Super Friends (TV Series)|Superfriends]] [[season 3]] episode ''[[Fairy Tale of Doom]]'' (1978).</ref>]]
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[[File:Lilliput.png|thumb|[[Lilliput|A castle on an island '''kingdom'''.]]<ref>As seen in the [[Super Friends (TV Series)|Superfriends]] [[season 3]] episode ''[[Fairy Tale of Doom]]'' (1978).</ref>]]
   
A '''kingdom''' was term used to describe certain [[country|countries]] that were ruled by a [[king]] or [[queen]].
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The word '''kingdom''' was a word used to describe certain [[country|countries]] that were ruled by a [[king]] or [[queen]].
   
 
'''Kingdoms''' were the most common type of [[monarchy]] on [[Earth]]. An example of a '''kingdom''' was the [[United Kingdom]]. [[France]] was another '''kingdom''' during the [[Middle Ages]], although it was an [[empire]] and later a [[republic]] by the [[19th century]].
 
'''Kingdoms''' were the most common type of [[monarchy]] on [[Earth]]. An example of a '''kingdom''' was the [[United Kingdom]]. [[France]] was another '''kingdom''' during the [[Middle Ages]], although it was an [[empire]] and later a [[republic]] by the [[19th century]].

Latest revision as of 06:04, 15 August 2018

A castle on an island kingdom.[1]

The word kingdom was a word used to describe certain countries that were ruled by a king or queen.

Kingdoms were the most common type of monarchy on Earth. An example of a kingdom was the United Kingdom. France was another kingdom during the Middle Ages, although it was an empire and later a republic by the 19th century.

Kingdoms were even common on worlds throughout the far reaches of outer space. For example, Camelon was a kingdom itself, as was Tyron VII and Exxor.

References

  1. As seen in the Superfriends season 3 episode Fairy Tale of Doom (1978).

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