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Question 1: While traditionally most modern monarchs have been male, many female monarchs also have ruled in history; the term queen regnant may refer to a ruling monarch, while a ________ may refer to the wife of a reigning king.
PrinceEmperorDukeQueen consort

Question 2: ________ had elective monarchies, and the Holy Roman Emperors were elected by prince-electors, although this often was merely a formalization of what was, in reality, hereditary rule.
FrisiansGermanic peoplesGermanic ChristianitySuebi

Question 3: Growing up in a royal family (when present for several generations it may be called a ________), and future monarchs were often trained for the responsibilities of expected future rule.
Capetian dynastyJulio-Claudian dynastyDynastyMerovingian dynasty

Question 4: Jean-Bédel Bokassa of the Central African Empire declared himself "Emperor." Yuan Shikai crowned himself Emperor of the short-lived "Empire of China" a few years after the ________ was founded.
Republic of ChinaVietnamPeople's Republic of ChinaPhilippines

Question 5: Located in the Pyrenees between Spain and ________, it has two co-princes: the Bishop of Urgell (a prince-bishop) in Spain and the President of France.
ItalyUnited KingdomCanadaFrance

Question 6: Sometimes titles are used to express claims to territories that are not held in fact (for example, ________) or titles not recognized (antipopes).
Lady Jane GreyEnglish claims to the French throneJames Francis Edward StuartHundred Years' War

Question 7: In an ________, monarchs are elected or appointed by some body (an electoral college) for life.
MonarchismConstitutional monarchyElective monarchyMagna Carta

Question 8: With time, the word has been succeeded in this meaning by others, such as autocrat or ________.
DictatorshipDictatorItalyMilitary dictatorship

Question 9: ________ currently is the world's sole co-principality.

Question 10: [5] Other kingdoms (such as the Netherlands in 1983, Norway in 1990, and ________ in 1991) have since followed suit.
SpainBelgiumUnited KingdomDenmark

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