Who became king after Shaka's death?
His brother Dingane
King David. Note that King David was anointed king before Saul's death, but his kingdom became consolidated only several years after.
His son became King Henry III following John's death; he did not replace him but suceeded.
Following the death of Henry VIII of England on January 28, 1547, his son, Edward VI, became King of England.
King Nebuchadnezzar became King after his father's death in 605 B.C.
Ayah became Pharaoh after king tuts death
"He became a king while still in his nonage, due to his father's death." In other words, he became king when he was still young, due to his father's death.
king Solomon became king after the death of David, Solomon was abot 23 years old then. it 1000 B.c.
In 1952, up to the death of George VI. He was King George and his wife Elizabeth, the mother of the current Queen Elizabeth, was the queen. After his death, his daughter became the monarch. In 1952, up to the death of George VI. He was King George and his wife Elizabeth, the mother of the current Queen Elizabeth, was the queen. After his death, his daughter became the monarch. In 1952, up to the… Read More
Shakas weapon was the Ixwa or iklwa depending on if you can pronounce the click. It is a short staffed stabbing spear with a broad and elongated head.
King James I, in 1603
After the Death of Queen Elizabeth I in 1603 her cousin King James VI of Scotland became King as King James I of England.
Following the death of Henry VIII, his son, Edward, succeeded him as Edward IV.
William Wallace was never King of Scotland. At the time of Wallace's death in 1305 Scotland had no King. Robert the Bruce became King of Scotland in 1306.
George III became the third Hanoverian King of England in 1760 on the death of his grandfather, George II.
King James VI of Scotland became King James I of England on the death of Elizabeth I in 1603.
The only legitimate son of King Henry VIII became King Edward VI after the death of his father.
He was the youngest son of king Henri II. He became king in 1199, after the death of his brother Richard I "The Lionheart"
Yes, Ahasuerus was his first son who also became king after Daruis' death.
After the death of king David, his son Solomon succeeded David to the throne.
Albert became king on the death of Queen Victoria in 1901. He became known as King Edward VI (his second name was Edward).
After Herod's death, his kingdom was divided among three of his sons. Herod Archelaus became king of Judaea Herod Antipas became Tetrarch of Galilee Herod Philip II became tetrarch of territories east of the Jordan
His Grandson Charlemange, " Charles the Great"
Years since what? Since the Creation? It was 2884 years since the Creation, that David became king (according to traditional chronology). Years since his own birth? It was 30 years since his birth, that David became king. Years since the death of Saul? David became king immediately after the death of Saul, but initially only the tribe of Judah accepted him as king. It was seven years since the death of Saul that David's monarchy… Read More
As he predeceased his father, Arthur Tudor never became king. At Henry VII's death, the throne passed to Arthur's younger brother, who became King Henry VIII.
His fathers name was Senzangakhona KaJama
He became King of France in 1715 (when he was 5 years old) and reigned until his death in 1794.
Yes, King Henry VII reigned until his death in 1509 when he was succeeded by his son who became King Henry VIII.
Well, King Charles II was king until his death in 1685, at which time he was succeeded by his brother James II, formerly the Duke of York.
James VI of Scoland became James I of England on the death of Elizabeth I in 1603.
Henry VII's son, Henry VIII, became king following his father's death is 1509.
He was 9 and reigned for 10 years until his death at age 19, around 1324 B.C
Julius Caesar never became "king" of Rome. The senates stabbed him to death because they thought he was going to become "king" of Rome
Alexander became king at the age of seven after his father's death and had to control an entire country which was already in bad shape.
he's the lich king Arthas was the prince of lordaeron and uthers pupil. On his hunt to rid his land of the undead he chased mal ganis. he found a sword called frostmourne and became a death knight. he killed his father and uther and became the lich kings servant. later on he heads to northrend the capital of death and merged with the lich king and became the lich king.
Answer King George III of Great Britain, and later also King of Ireland, was born on 4th June 1738. He became King on 25th October 1760, aged 23, and reigned until his death on 29th January 1820.
Alexander the Great became king of the Greek kingdom of Macedonia in 336 BCE after the death of his father. He took over as Hegemon of a united Greece when his father was assassinated. He became king of the Persians in 327 BCE.
Prince Juan Carlos became king. (Franco's personal choice)
He was buried in The Valley of the Kings and Aya became Pharaoh (1323- 1319BC)
James VI of Scotland became James I of England in 1603, after the death of Elizabeth I.
Answer King William II of England was born about 1056, became King on 9th September 1087 and reigned until his death on 2nd August 1100. Controversy surrounds his death in a "hunting accident" because the man who accidentally shot him with an arrow was, in fact, an excellent bowman. King William's brother Henry, who became King after William died was also in the hunting party.
Prince John was the regent of England while King Richard was away fighting in the crusades. John later became king after Richard's death.
After the death of Elizabeth I, the crown passed to her cousin, King James VI of Scotland, who became King James I of England. The line of monarchs descended from him were the Stuarts.
James Stuart was decalred Elizabeth's heir to the throne and became King James I of England and VI of Scotland after her death in 1603.
He became King of France on the death of his grandfather, Louis XV, on May 10th 1774, aged 20.
After Oliver Cromwell's death, the power of the government was passed to his son, Richard Cromwell. However, after two year's of Richard's death, the people demanded the monarchy back and Charles II was reinstated as King of England.
King Edward VI of England became King upon the death of his father, King Henry VIII, on January 28, 1547, when Edward was only 9 years old. He officially acceded on February 25, 1547 at Westminster Abbey, London.
King George III, who became King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain on 25th October 1760 and reigned until his death on 29th January 1820.
Edward I became king after King Henry III. Edward I ruled from 1274 to 1296. He ruled again from 1297 until his death in 1307.