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Historical ContextPlay
Understand that in history, kings often had absolute power and were central figures in their societies. SlideHistorically, the king had the final say in all the matters of the kingdom.
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Remember that kingship is often passed down through a family line, not chosen by election or merit. SlideThe prince will become king after his father's reign.
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Cultural SignificancePlay
The notion of a king may vary greatly in imagery and significance across cultures. SlideIn some cultures, the king is seen as a godlike figure.