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How widespread were major dynasties which did not follow agnatic succession or male primogeniture?
Agnatic succession - as far as monarchic rule - is a way of determining the rules for the next monarch by declaring the eldest surviving child of the current monarch as the heir (typically, male child ...
Jul 28 '13 at 19:54
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