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Historical examples of an elected absolute monarch: [closed]
The Pope of the Catholic Church is an absolute monarch - Head of State of the Vatican City State. He is granted this title through an election by the College of Cardinals. See: The Pope...is currently ...
Aug 2 '13 at 9:39
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