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  1. Christian V was king of Denmark and Norway from 1670 until his death in 1699. Well-regarded by the common people, he was the first king anointed at Frederiksborg Castle chapel as absolute monarch since the decree that institutionalized the supremacy of the king in Denmark-Norway. Christian fortified the absolutist system against the aristocracy by accelerating his father's practice of allowing both Holstein nobles and Danish and Norwegian commoners into state service. As king, he ...

  2. Cristián V ( Flensburgo, 15 de abril de 1646 - Copenhague, 25 de agosto de 1699) fue rey de Dinamarca y Noruega de 1670 a 1699. Hijo de Federico III de Dinamarca y Sofía Amalia de Brunswick-Lüneburg . Fue el segundo monarca absoluto de Dinamarca y Noruega, un déspota con una exagerada opinión de su dignidad real y sus prerrogativas.

  3. The crown of King Christian V of Denmark was the crown used at the coronation of all of Denmark's absolutist kings. While the reign of such monarchs ended in 1849, the crown is still used during a Danish king's castrum doloris, the last time in 1972. Used by the kings from Christian V to Christian VIII.

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    Chris­t­ian was elected suc­ces­sor to his fa­ther in June 1650. This was not a free choice, but de facto au­to­matic hered­i­tary suc­ces­sion. Es­corted by his cham­ber­lain Christof­fer Pars­berg, Chris­t­ian went on a long trip abroad, to Hol­land, Eng­land, France, and home through Ger­many. On this trip, he saw ab­so­lutism in its most splen­...

    It is gen­er­ally ar­gued that Chris­t­ian V's per­sonal courage and af­fa­bil­ity made him pop­u­lar among the com­mon peo­ple, but his image was marred by his un­suc­cess­ful at­tempt to re­gain Sca­nia for Den­mark in the Scan­ian War. The war ex­hausted Den­mark's eco­nomic re­sources with­out se­cur­ing any gains. Part of Chris­t­ian's ap­peal...

    Chris­t­ian V had eight chil­dren by his wife and six by his Maîtresse-en-titre, So­phie Amalie Moth (1654–1719), whom he took up with when she was six­teen. So­phie was the daugh­ter of his for­mer tutor Poul Moth. Chris­t­ian pub­licly in­tro­duced So­phie into court in 1672, a move which in­sulted his wife, and made her count­ess of Samsøon 31 D...

  4. Christian V (15 April 1646 – 25 August 1699) was king of Denmark and Norway from 1670 until his death in 1699.Well-regarded by the common people, he was the first king anointed at Frederiksborg Castle chapel as absolute monarch since the decree that institutionalized the supremacy of the king in Denmark-Norway. Christian fortified the absolutist system against the aristocracy by accelerating his father's practice of allowing both Holstein nobles and Danish and Norwegian commoners into ...

  5. Category:Christian V of Denmark From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Subcategories This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. B Belongings of Christian V of Denmark ‎ (2 F) C Christian V of Denmark on medals ‎ (3 F) Coats of arms of Christian V of Denmark ‎ (2 F) Crown of Christian V ‎ (3 F) M

  6. Christian VI (30 November 1699 – 6 August 1746) was King of Denmark and Norway from 1730 to 1746. The eldest surviving son of Frederick IV and Louise of Mecklenburg-Güstrow , he is considered one of Denmark-Norway 's more anonymous kings, but he was a skilled politician, best known for his authoritarian regime.