Lord Protector ( plural: Lords Protector) was a title that has been used in British constitutional law for the head of state. It was also a particular title for the British heads of state in respect to the established church. It was sometimes used to refer to holders of other temporary posts; for example, a regent acting for the absent monarch.
Edward Seymour, I duque de Somerset, fue lord protector durante los primeros años de reinado del joven Eduardo VI de Inglaterra, tras la muerte temprana de su padre Enrique VIII. Seymour fue elegido por el consejo de tutores que nombró Enrique VIII antes de su deceso. La República de Cromwell Oliver Cromwell.
The title of Lord Protector was first used by royal princes or other nobles who ruled as regent while the English monarch was still too young to rule or was not able to rule for some other reason, in this case the Lord Protector would make all the decisions for the country, and the young monarch would decide whether they agree or not.
Oliver Cromwell (25 April 1599 – 3 September 1658) [note 1] was an English general and statesman who, first as a subordinate and later as Commander-in-Chief, led armies of the Parliament of England against King Charles I during the English Civil War, subsequently ruling the British Isles as Lord Protector from 1653 until his death in 1658.
- pre-1642 (militia service), 1642–1651 (civil war)
- Farmer, parliamentarian, military commander
- Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
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