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Emperor enthroned: Who'd be a king?

Emperor enthroned: Who'd be a king?

22.10.2019

Emperor enthroned: Who'd be a king?

It’s a while since Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair held sway as Ireland’s last high king.

Naruhito became his dynasty’s 126th monarch last May after his father Akihito abdicated. Though the idea of inherited authority is not as unusual as we pretend, it may be a stretch to argue for the restoration of monarchies.

Read more: Irish Examiner

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