The medieval monarchs used propaganda in their advantage to gain influence over the people. They put forth information that made them appear favorable.
Article 3 describes the powers of the judicial branch.
monarchs made, executed and judge violations
The Allies had greater miltary strength and size.
the allies had a greater military strength and size.
the allies have more militeristic abilities and strength
the allies had a greater military strenghth and size
Absolute Monarchs had and continue to have complete and total power over their subjects.
The answer depends on what geographical area and what time period of medieval history that the question is concerning. In areas of mainland Europe during the early Medieval period, governments were very decentralized. Monarchs delegated power to lower lords to defend the borders of the kingdom. The relationship between the monarchs and these lower lords is characterized in the historical concept of 'feudalism.' In this model of rule, medieval kings only had serious power over their own personal lands, generally at the heart of the kingdom. The king had no legal power over the lords that they gave land and power to. While these lower lords still recognized the king, the lords were the supreme rules within their own lands. As the medieval period progressed in the creation of nation states, kings sought to centralize their authority by limiting the powers of the lower lords and removing their estates from their control. In this model of rule, the king simply had more resources that he could call upon to destroy rebelious lords.
The allies had greater military strength and size--You're welcome Gradpoint users...:)
Residual Powers are powers that the State have complete control over. Concurrent Powers are shared amongst the State and the Commonwealth, but where there is conflict the Commonwealth will prevail. Exclusive Powers are powers that only the Commonwealth have control over.
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A governor is the chief executive officer of a state. The exact powers vary from state to state, but in general, governors influence lawmaking and budgeting, appoint officials, and hold veto power over legislation.
A power that the executive branch has over the legislative branch is the veto. The executive branch holds appointment of federal judges over the judicial branch.?æ
Both the President and a monarch rule over people.
The form of government which means monarchs have total control over their subjects is known as absolute monarchy. This was first instituted by King Charles XI in Sweden.
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i'm pretty sure that medieval times was all over the world, but mainly there was different countries such as medieval england and medieval france...etc
The Legislative can override a presidential veto; the Senate can conduct an impeachment trial of a president after the house impeaches him/her.
Her powers were over the moon and the Hunt.
the answer is george ll and queen victoria
A skipper from the medieval times was a pirate; someone who stole and normally traveled over seas.
This question cannot be answered easily as England has had many monarchs over many hundreds of years. The role of the monarch were very different 1500 years ago to what it is now.
He had power over a serf.
The powers of the judicial branch are contained in Article III of the Constitution, but those powers are not over the executive branch...they are separate from the powers of the legislative and executive branches.