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In the year 1289, King Philip IV of France was worried about fish. “Each and every watershed of our realm,” he proclaimed, “large and small, yields nothing due to the evil of fishers.” (The Atlantic (2019) The medieval period is much too long to provide a definitive answer to your question. Besides, there often wasn't such a thing as 'a single fisher'. ...


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Let me answer at least one part of the question, on presence of Roman forces in early 5th century Britain. Before that, however, my recommendation is not to use the Notitia Dignitatum for anything other than the most simple/basic purpose. Certainly not as an entry point to read on Western Roman Empire. This document lacks context, and is very open to too ...


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Erik of Pommerania, King of Sweden-Finland, elected king of Sweden three times (while being King of Denmark and Norway continuously for 43 and 52 years. Karl Knutsson Bonde, riksföreståndare one time, and elected king three times (so practically king 4 times.) The situation was mainly caused by the Swedish nobility using the strains on the swedish population ...


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I've an alternative with six separate ruling periods (but seven cabinets): Antonio Cánovas del Castillo, first the President of the Ministry of the Regency and later the President of the Council of Ministers of Spain: 31-Dec-1874 to 12-Sep-1875 (President of the Ministry of the Regency); 02-Dec-1875 to 07-Mar-1879 (henceforth, the President of the Council ...


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