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Introduction
Rodrigues, Ana Maria Seabra de AlmeidaSilva, Manuela SantosSpangler, Jonathan. • S. 1-17

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"The very next blood of the King": the rules governing female succession to the throne in English history
Wood, Lynsey. • S. 21-42

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Portugal, 1385: a people's choice or coup d'état?
Baleiras, Isabel de Pina. • S. 43-68

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From Election to Consolidation: The strategies of legitimacy of the Trastámara dynasty in the Crown of Aragon
Ruiz Domingo, Lledó. • S. 69-85

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Sigismund of Sweden as foreigner in his own kingdom: how the king of Sweden was made an alien
Sarti, Cathleen. • S. 86-102

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Free election, divine providence, and constitution: legitimacy of royal power in the early modern Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Choinska-Mika, JolantaKuras, Katarzyna. • S. 103-122

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Legitimacy through family traditions? The Hanoverians represented as successors to the throne of Great Britain
Backerra, Charlotte. • S. 123-140

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The reversal of dynasties during the Bourbon era in the Kingdom of Naples
Recca, Cinzia. • S. 141-158

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Purple Dreams of the Macedonian Dynasty of Byzantium in Manuscript Illuminations Legitimising the usurping emperor, Basil I (867-86)
Karagianni, Alexandra. • S. 161-169

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"King by fact, not by law": legitimacy and exequies in medieval England
Duch, Anna Maria. • S. 170-186

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The exaltation of the "holiness" of the Bragança dynasty as a legitimating strategy in the seventeenth century
Mendes, Paula Almeida. • S. 187-204

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Consolidating authority in seventeenth-century Morocco: Sultan Moulay Ismail's strategies for legitimacy
Rhorchi, Fatima. • S. 205-221

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Dominae imperiales: Ottonian women and dynastic stability, strength, and legitimacy in tenth-century Germany
Nash, Penelope. • S. 222-237

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Legitimacy represented through court entertainment: "La estatua de Prometeo" and the power struggle between Queen Regent Mariana and Don Juan José of Austria
Carter, Caitlin Brady. • S. 238-254

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Catherine the Great: how the question of legitimacy influenced her politics
Teibenbacher, Elena. • S. 255-274