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Encyclopedia > Reign

A Reign is a period of time a person serves as a monarch or pope. No time limit exists on reigns, nor is there a term of office. Thus a reign usually lasts for the lifetime of the monarch, unless the monarchy itself is abolished or the monarch abdicates.


Reigns

A reign can be ended in three ways:

Abdications

Abolitions of Monarchies

King Constantine II of Greece reigned from 1963 until the abolition of the Greek monarchy in 1973.


King Humbert II of Italy reigned for only a few weeks in 1946 before the abolition of the Italian Monarchy.


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Reign of Terror. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05 (0 words)
The members of the National Convention, fearing that the new purge would be turned against them, joined forces with Robespierre’s enemies on the committees and overthrew Robespierre on 9 Thermidor (July 27, 1794).
The Reign of Terror was followed by the Thermidorian reaction under a reconstituted Committee of Public Safety (1794) and by the White Terror, in which many former terrorists were executed.
While the Reign of Terror answered the need for a strong executive and saved France from anarchy and military defeat, its effect upon public opinion, especially foreign opinion, was extremely harmful to the Revolutionary cause.
Reign of Fire - Rotten Tomatoes (0 words)
Reign of Fire may be little more than another platter of reheated Aliens, but it's still pretty tasty.
Definitely in the guilty pleasure B- movie category, Reign of Fire is so incredibly inane that it is laughingly enjoyable.
Reign of Fire never comes close to recovering from its demented premise, but it does sustain an enjoyable level of ridiculousness.
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