The Nri were peaceful to the extent that they could, but when forced to the utmost, did engage in warfare as in the end of the 18th century. Meanwhile, their traditions—including the sieges that were instigated when someone broke the rules—were designed such that there would be no bloodshed and no deaths.
A more detailed (compared to the Wiki) ...
Revised the fifth time about 11:17 PM, EST, saturdayy 03-20-2021.
The evidence I found indicates that the record age to beat for the youngest monarch to become a father is 12 years, though there are possibilities of younger ones.
Part One of Twelve: Some of the Problems and Difficulties:
That is a difficult question to answer ...
I think the best answer would be the youngest reigning male monarch
with a baby
Eric II of Norway (reigned 1280 to 1299) was 14 or 15 when his daughter Margaret, Maid of Norway was born in March or April, 1283.
Father: Eric II, born 1268 (month unknown)
Mother: Margaret of Scotland, born 28 Feb, 1261
Married in 1281
Daughter: Margaret, Maid of Norway, born ...
Technically speaking, ancient Egyptian rulers wre all kings, and pharaoh was more or less a nickname for the ruler which later gradually became an official title.
Pharaoh (/ˈfɛəroʊ/, US also /ˈfeɪ.roʊ/; Coptic: ⲡⲣ̅ⲣⲟ Pǝrro) is the common title now used for the monarchs of ancient Egypt from the First Dynasty (c. 3150 BCE) until the annexation of Egypt ...
Here is a little gem that I discovered from the Wikipedia data dump from user:Pere @Pere https://history.stackexchange.com/users/21213/pere
King Tribhuvan of Nepal (b. 30 June 1906)
Queen Kanti of Nepal (b. 5 July 1906)
married March 1919 (ages 12, 12)
(He also married her older sister the same day)
son Mahendra of Nepal (b. 11 June 1920)
AGES 13, 13 at ...
I'm not giving an answer but I'd like to bring in some data.
I've run a query on Wikidata and there are a lot of monarchs not very older than their children. The query is at https://w.wiki/37EU
However, there are some problems:
In spite of having filtered off the parents younger than their children, a lot of errors remain. I suspect most of those errors are ...