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n.1.A joint regent or ruler.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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However, he only vaguely--and not very compellingly--summarizes the arguments against coregency, which is the position he supports (pp.
From the time of his coregency with his mother, Maria Theresa, Joseph had set himself the task of applying the liberal ideals of his youth toward the reform of imperial government.
It is one thing to ponder the vexed issue of a possible coregency between Amunhotep II and his son Akhenaton in slightly over two pages of text followed by one and one half pages of detailed bibliography.
This in turn leads him to suggest a new solution to the problem of the possible coregency of Amenemhat I and Senwosret I, in which the reigns of the two kings overlap by three years, with Senwosret I receiving his coronation in Amenemhet I's twenty-eighth year.
Dorman, "The Long Coregency Revisited: Architectural and Iconographic Conundra in the Tomb of Kheruef"; Jacobus van Dijk, "The Death of Meketaten"; Earl L.
The effort of the first editor to use SEG 12 314 as proof for a coregency of Antigonus Gonatas with Demetrius II before Demetrius became sole king was countered convincingly by Errington (27) at the second "Ancient Macedonia" conference in Thessaloniki in 1973.
Zawadzki, "Cyrus-Cambyses Coregency," RA 90 (1996): no.