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Divine Right
Cost 290
EraMedieval Era
UnlocksMont St. Michael, Monarchy, Chivalry, Gothic Architecture
InspirationBuild 2 Temples

Divine Right is a Medieval EraCivic in Civilization VI.

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'I conclude then this point touching upon the power of kings with this axiom of divinity, That as to dispute what God may do is blasphemy .. so it is sedition to dispute what a king may do.'

- King James I

'Listen, strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government .. You can't expect to wield supreme power just 'cause some watery tart threw a sword at you!'

How to put student discopunt for apple mac. - Monty Python

Cost and Requirements[editedit source]

Requirements: Civil Service, Theology

Prerequisite: Reformed Church

Base Cost: 290 Culture

Boosts: Build 2 Temples.

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Civilopedia Historical Context[editedit source]

It is fairly clear that the theory of the divine right of kings can be traced back to the Bible, as the 13th chapter of Romans begins: 'For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God. Therefore he who resists the authorities resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgement ..' Moreover, as the apostle Paul noted, in the book of the prophet Daniel it states categorically that God 'removes kings and sets them up.'

While in other places and other times, some kings claimed to be descended from divine beings (or to be gods themselves), in early Christian Europe the notion took hold that the Merovingians held power because it was God's will they do so, and that they were therefore blessed. Thus, when Charlemagne was crowned by the pope on Christmas Day 800 AD, it was not a conferring of authority but merely confirmation of what already existed .. his divine right to rule. The ultimate root of kingly authority was spiritual (although having a big, well-trained army helped).

This philosophy (or theology) was quite popular among kings for many centuries. In 1597, for instance, James VI of Scotland penned the Basilikon Doron, a manual on the power of kings, in preparation for his ascension to the English throne, stating, 'The state of monarchy is the supremest thing upon Earth, for kings are not only God's lieutenants upon earth and sit upon God's throne.' But by the 18th Century, rulers began to consolidate power in more secular ways, tending towards absolutism. The spread of Protestantism hurried things along, as the Catholic sanction of divine right came into question. The American and French revolutions, and Napoleon's tossing all kinds of kings aside, deprived the doctrine of its last shreds of credibility.

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