A UNIQUE REVIEW OF THE EXISTING TRADITIONAL AUTHORITIES IN
THE UNITED NATIONS: MORE TRADITIONAL
LEADERSHIP IN AFRICA
ARAB FIRST NAMES
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THE MANY TITLES OF BLESSED
CHARLES I, EMPEROR OF
AUSTRIA AND KING OF
HUNGARY AND BOHEMIA
CROWN PRINCE OTTO OF
BIOGRAPHY OF THE MOST VISIONARY ROYAL PRETENDER
Afghanistan (Barakzai Dynasty)
A SHORT GLIMPSE OF HISTORY AND GENEALOGY
Afghanistan became independent
in the early 18th century when Ahmad Shah Durrani, an Afghan general of Persian Emperor
Nadir Shah Afshar,
succeeded in creating
Afghanistan (Durrani Dynasty): On the assassination of
Afshar Shah Nadir of Iran in 1747, his general
Ahmad Shah Durrani founded a state including
present Afghanistan and Punjab. The
* Meymaneh: Originally depending from Bukhara, Meymaneh became Persian. In 1747,
Afghanistan conquered Meymaneh and the governor
* Herat: City in western Afghanistan, that was
a center of a small state in the 13th and 14th
centuries and again from 1819 until 1856 by Durrani
Emir Mahmud, when deposed by the ...
* Swains Islands:
A 1 acre
island-state, discovered by an American explorer,
never recognized by the international community, that
behaved as an independent state until 1925, when
annexed by ...
Angola: A settlement of Bantu tribes
from the early centuries, Angola was discovered by
the Portuguese in 1583, allied with the Kingdom of
Kongo and the slave trade was developed ...
* Baixa de Cassanje
* Congo (Kingdom)
* Kongo: African kingdom in present
Angola, discovered by the Portuguese in the late 15th
century. The kingdom was composed of 6 provinces:
Mpemba, Mbata, Nsundi, Mpangu ...
* Kwanyama: A tribe founded c1550 ...
* Lower Cassanje: A traditional polity in north-central
* Lunda: A state founded in the second half of
the 16th century, by the election by Boungou chiefs
of one of them as king. There are approximately 15
million Lunda living in Katanga and Bandungu in
(ex-Zaïre), in Kazembe and Zambezi in Zambia and in
Lunda and Moxico, Angola ...
Anguilla: Located in the Antilles, this
island separated from St Christopher and Nevis in
1967, a separation recognized on 12/9/1980. On
16/12/1980, Anguilla became fully independent ...
Antigua & Barbuda: Three islands of the Antilles
that became a British colony by the Treaty of Breda
in 6/1667. In 1871, they became part of the
Federation of the Leeward Islands ...
Argentina: Spanish Juan Diaz de Solis was
the first European to discover Argentina in 1515.
Pedro de Mendoza founded Buenos Aires in 1535. Buenos
Aires was destroyed the same ...
* All Armenians (Armenian Church): A church founded by Apostles St Thaddeus
and St Bartholomeous. In 554, the Armenian bishops
rejected the definitions of the Council of Chalcedon
Council of Dvin ...
THE MAIN LEGACY OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE : THE MILLET
* Erevan, Irevan, Yerevan: The Azeri Khanate of Erevan,
under Persian sovereignty for almost two centuries,
was annexed to the Russian Empire as a result of the
Russio-Persian wars of ...
Australia: Captain James Cook discovered
the East Coast of Australia in 1770, inhabited then
by many tribes. British settlements started in 1788
and Britain claimed officially Australia in ...
islands were discovered in 1609 by Captain William
Keeling of the British East India Company. In
May 1826, Alexander Hare established a settlement on
the main island ...
* Keeling Islands
Azerbaijan: Northwest of Iran, Azerbaijan
is the region composed of: 1° today's former Soviet
Azerbaijan (named Albania of the Caucasus or Arran in
Arab until 1804) or the Republic of ...
* Baku, Baky: A Khanate created after the
death of of Persian Emperor Nadir Shah
Afshar in 1747. The overlordship of Persia was ceded
to Russia by the Golestan Treaty of 21/10/1813 ...
* Ganja: An Azeri Khanate considered
independent in 1747 in the western part of what is
today the Republic of Azerbaijan. The Khanate was
bordered by Sheki, Erevan, Karabagh ...
* Ilisu: A Sultanate created in 1562 by a
branch of the Princes of Savakhvakho in Upper Kartli
in Georgia, the title of Sultan created by Persia's
Safavid Shahanshahs ...
* Javad: Small feodal state in Azerbaijan. The
Khanate had borders with Talish, Qarabagh and Garadag
Khanates. The capital city was Javad . The Khanate
was founded by ...
* Karabagh: The Jevanshir family, who founded the
Khanate of Karabagh, was part of the Bahmanli tribe
that lived in Karabagh. The tribe was moved by
(Persia's) Shahanshah Nadir Shah ...
* Kutkashen: A small Sultanate was located in the
Northern part of today's Azerbaijan, corresponding
today to the district and city of Qabala ...
* Nakhchivan: In the middle of the 18th
century, the head of the Kangarli tribe declared
himself as the Khan of Nakhchivan, a city
created in 1500 BC. The Nakhchivan Khanate included
* Quba: Located in the north eastern part of
today's Republic of Azerbaijan with Quba as the
capital city, the Khanate was founded in 1758 by
Fatali Khan who was able to rule most of ...
* Salyan: A Khanate or Sultanate created in
northern Azerbaijan (today, the Republic of
Azerbaijan) after the death of of Persian Emperor
Nadir Shah Afshar in 1747, vassal of Quba
* Samshadil: Azeri sultanate located on west side
of the current Republic of Azerbaijan. The Sultanate
was vassal of the Khanate of Ganja and from 1736 of
King Teymuraz of Kartli ...
* Sheki: The history of Sheki as an independent
state goes back to the 14th century. Sheki, under Sidi
Ahmed Orlat, the last ruler of the Gara Keshih Oglu
dynasty and was annexed ...
* Shirvan: A Khanate created in northern
Azerbaijan after the death of Persian Emperor Nadir Shah
Afshar in 1747 and returned to Persia as a result of
the Russian-Persian wars at the ...
* Talish (Part 1): The Khanate of Talish was located in
the south western part of the current territory of
the Republic of Azerbaijan on the coast of the
Caspian Sea, with capital city named ...
* Talish (Part 2)