These differences came to a head when a would-be regicide appealed for assistance from the society.
She was foreign-born and a regicide , having got rid of her weak-minded husband Peter III.
As Exton offers the usurper, now King Henry IV, the body of the dead king he lays claim to a reward for regicide .
Part of me aches to see all Royals beheaded, and I recommend regicide as a fitting career path for my students.
But the vision of a new world soon darkened, as constitution-making gave way to mob rule, regicide , terror, atheism, and then military dictatorship.
Valuable though such essays are, one might again quibble with a selection lacking analyses of the impact of radicalism on the political process at Westminster or the politics of regicide and republicanism.
In the later years of the correspondence, there was another major factor: his younger brother was arrested in 1928 for attempted regicide .
In the hands of the Protestant exiles in the 1550s, conciliarism mutated into forms of resistance theory which justified regicide or the deposition of kings.
Similarly, the political realities forced upon a nation suffering the after-effects of civil war and regicide were sobering indeed.
In the earlier 20th century the play's structural kinship with two plays about regicide , Richard III and, especially, Macbeth, was frequently noted.