gave the more power to the emperor
Generally speaking, monarchy was either transferred on the death of a monarch to one of their offspring - generally the eldest male, or to the person who killed the monarch (in battle or otherwise) and who then assumed power as the 'strongest' in the land - i.e. the person with the best army!
In a feudal society land is power. The land gave the man who had it resources, serfs, food, taxes, and control over vast forests and water resources. The more land the more power.
Civilization, law and order, roads, bathing, security, central heating, permanent buildings and trade were just some of the gifts that the Romans gave to Britain.
the Dao was a formal order that gave kings the power to rule.
the gods gave them rights to rule! :)
martin Luther influenced the kings and queens of England by sharing his beliefs
Gave lords power in return they received protection for there kingdom
It limited the kings power in England and gave more power to the people and the church
The 'divine right of kings'.
The divine right of kings was a long term cause of the war because Charles I would always talk about it and how it gave him power to do what he wanted and no one could tell him what to do as God had given him power.
It made it so it could limit King John in 1215 and other furture kings' power. Its effects on england were that it gave the citizens some rights and forced the kings act according to law because if they didn't they could lose their status.
the three kings created three kings day when they gave baby jesus presents
yes he did... until the reformation in germany, and then loads of people turned protestant, which gave the kings more power
He never forgave them. Rather, the greatness which he ascribes to them is because God gave them wide dominion and much temporal power.
The blank in this question is..."The Divine Rights of Kings." It was a doctrine/political belief in the Middle Ages which persisted until the middle 17th century. Essentially this doctrine gave rulers absolute power simply because they were the rulers.