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List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 18th century

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Monarchs deposed in the 18th century

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This page has the monarchs deposed between 1700 and 1800

Aceh Darussalam

  • Baginda Seri Sultan Badrul Alam, Sultan of Aceh Darussalam. Deposed by the Uleebalang in 1702.
  • Baginda Seri Sultan Sharif Lamtawi, Sultan of Aceh Darussalam. Deposed by the UleeBalang in 1703
  • Ambohimanga

  • Andrianjafy, King of Ambohimanga and Ambohitrabiby, deposed and killed, 1787.
  • Ambohitrabiby

  • Andrianjafy, King of Ambohimanga and Ambohitrabiby, deposed and killed in 1787.
  • Ansbach

  • Christian Frederick Charles Alexander, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach and Bayreuth, abdicated 1791, died 1806.
  • Banganapalle

  • Mansur ud-Daula, Nawab Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad 'Ali Khan I Bahadur, Jagirdar of Banganapalle, deposed 1784, restored 1789.
  • Bavaria

  • Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria, deposed 1706, restored 1714.
  • Bayreuth

  • Christian Frederick Charles Alexander, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach and Bayreuth, abdicated 1791, died 1806.
  • Benares

  • Rafa'at wa Awal-i-Martabat Raja Sri Chait Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Benares, deposed 1781.
  • Bentheim

  • Friedrich Karl Philipp, Count of Bentheim, deposed by the Hannover in 1753. Died 1803.
  • Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel

  • Anton Ulrich Duke of Brunswick, deposed 1702, restored 1704, died 1714.
  • Kingdom of Corsica

  • Theodore of Corsica, 1736.
  • France

  • Louis XVI, King of France, deposed 1792, executed 1793.
  • Hawaiʻi

  • Kiwala‘o, High Chief and King of Hawaiʻi. Deposed and killed 1782 by his cousin Kamehameha I
  • Kalanikupule, 27th Moi/King of Maui and Oaʻu. Deposed and sacrificed by Kamehameha I 1795
  • Kaumualiʻi, 23rd King of Kauaʻi. Surrendered peacefully to Kamehameha I 1810
  • Hohenlohe-Bartenstein

  • Ludwig Karl Franz Leopold, Prince of Hohenlohe-Bartenstein, deposed or abdicated 1798.
  • Isenburg-Marienborn

  • Karl August of Karl August, Count of Isenburg-Marienborn, deposed 1725.
  • Junagadh

  • H.E. Shri Diwan Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khanji I Bahadur Khanji, Nawab Sahib of Junagad, deposed 1760, reinstated 1762.
  • Kantipura

  • Jayaprakasamalla King (Rajadhiraja Paramesvara Paramabhattaraka Sri Sri N.N. Vijayarajye Nepala) of Kantipura 1735-1746, deposed or abdicated 1746, restored 1752, reigned until 25 September 1768.
  • Kelantan

  • Raja Long Sulaiman ibni al-Marhum Sultan Long Bahar, deposed 1739, restored 1746, redeposed 1756.
  • Knyphausen

  • William Graf von Bentinck und von Aldenburg baron of Knyphausen 1738-1754, deposed or abdicated 1754, died 1764.
  • Kanokupolu

  • Tu'ihalafata'i, 9th Tu'i Kanokupolu 1777-1782, abdicated 1782.
  • Mulikiha'amea, 16th Tu'i Ha-a Takala'ua and 11th Tu'i Kanokupolu, reigned 1789, abdicated 1793
  • Tupou Mohe'ofo, 12th Tu'i Kanokupolu reigned 1793, deposed 1793.
  • Lalitapura

  • Jayamahendramalla, King (Rajadhiraja Paramesvara Paramabhattaraka Sri Sri N.N. Vijayarajye Nepala) of Lalitapura 1709, deposed or abdicated 1709, restored 1709, reigned until 1714.
  • Lippe-Alverdissen

  • Friedrich Ernst of Lippe-Alverdissen, Count and Noble Lord (Graf und Edler Herr zur Lippe). Deposed or abdicated 1749.
  • Lippe-Detmold

  • Simon August of Lippe-Detmold, Count and Noble Lord (Graf und Edler Herr zur Lippe) of Lippe-Detmold 1734-1749, deposed or abdicated 1749. Died 1782.
  • Lorraine

  • Francis Stephen, Duke of Lorraine, abdicated 1737
  • Mecca

  • Sharif Sa'ad Pasha, Grand Sharif of Mecca. Deposed 1672, restored 1693, redeposed 1694, restored 1694, redeposed 1702.
  • Sharif 'Abdu'l-Muhsin bin Ahmad, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1704.
  • Modena

  • Ercole III d'Este, Duke of Modena, deposed 1796
  • Naples

  • Philip IV, King of Naples (and Spain), lost control of Naples 1707, abandoned claims 1713
  • Charles VI, King of Naples (and Holy Roman Emperor), ceded control 1735
  • Charles VII, King of Naples, abdicated 1759
  • Ferdinand IV, King of Naples, deposed 1799, restored later that year, deposed again 1806, restored 1815
  • Parma

  • Charles I, Duke of Parma, abdicated 1735
  • Maria Theresa, Duchess of Parma, abdicated 1748
  • Persia

  • Husayn, Shah of Persia, deposed 1722
  • Ashraf Hotaki, Shah of Persia, deposed 1729
  • Abbas III, Shah of Persia, deposed 1736
  • Adil Shah, Shah of Persia, deposed 1748
  • Suleiman II, Shah of Persia, deposed 1750
  • Sharukh, Shah of Persia, deposed 1749, nominally restored 1750, deposed again 1796
  • Poland

  • Augustus II, King of Poland, deposed 1704, abdicated 1706, restored 1709
  • Stanislaus I, deposed 1709, restored 1733 and again deposed later that year
  • Stanislaus II Augustus Poniatowski, King of Poland, deposed 1795
  • Russia

  • Ivan VI, Emperor of Russia, deposed 1741
  • Peter III, Emperor of Russia, deposed 1762
  • Sardinia

  • Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Sardinia, exchanged for Sicily 1720
  • Victor Amadeus II, King of Sardinia, abdicated 1730
  • Sicily

  • Victor Amadeus II, King of Sicily, exchanged for Sardinia 1720
  • Charles V, King of Sicily, abdicated 1759
  • Spain

  • "Charles III," Austrian claimant to the Spanish throne, abandoned his claims 1714
  • Philip V, King of Spain, abdicated 1724, reinstated later that year
  • Sweden

  • Ulrika Eleonora, Queen of Sweden, abdicated 1720
  • Tallo

  • Karaeng Sapanang Tu-Timoka, Sultan of Tallo, deposed 1761.
  • Tulsipur

  • Raja Nawal Singh Chauhan lost Tulsipar to Gorkhali King Prithvi Narayan, 1763.
  • Tuscany

  • Peter Leopold, Grand Duke of Tuscany, abdicated 1790
  • Vava'u

  • Vuna of Konokupolu and Vava'u, 5th Tu'i Kanokupolu, deposed 1700.
  • Takitakimalohi, 3rd Vuna and Tu'i Vava'u, deposed 1799.
  • References

    List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 18th century Wikipedia


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