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Pocock, The Machiavellian Moment (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2003), 180, suggests that Machiavelli is subtly illustrating the problems that make princedoms inferior to republics.
The leaders of the individual princedoms continued to rule independently, although recognising the Dewa Agung of the princedom of Klungkung as King of Bali.
If I give up my princess ways, will you give up your princedom?"
Polatsk first appears in regional chronicles in the year 862, when it was the center of a princedom aspiring to rival Kiev and Novgorod.
And although these are all modes that send men flying to a princedom, nonetheless they are not believed to be so, nor are we adequate to the task of making them be so understood" (Histories 4.27.175, emphasis added).
The introduction of European-based capitalism during the "long nineteenth century" was a principal factor in shaking the foundations of Mount Lebanon's feudal princedom and weakening the predominantly Druze feudal lords.
Meanwhile, the princedom of Muscovy set itself up as the Third Rome, the heir of Byzantium, thus completing a process by which the concept of "Europe" migrated irreversibly to the far western provinces, with the result that we are no longer quite sure whether the former Byzantine world (ex-Ottoman or ex-Soviet) belongs in "Europe" or not.
First of all, the Greek term basilea tou theou is taken to mean territory, domain, particularly kingdom - terms strongly reminiscent of territorial conflicts and political power struggles between one princedom and another, between one nation and another.
Manfred is the tyrannical usurper of the princedom of Otranto.
The Prince wanders in rags and hardships and the pauper suffers the (to him) horrible miseries of princedom, up to the moment of crowning in Westminster Abbey, when proof is brought and the mistake rectified." He read the book to his two little girls as it progressed and dedicated it "To Those Good-Mannered and Agreeable Children, Susy and Clara Clemens."