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    A kingdom is a form of government or political organization in which a monarch, such as a king or queen, exercises supreme power over a territory or realm. In a kingdom, the monarch is the head of state and has the power to make decisions on behalf of the government and its citizens.

    Historically, kingdoms have been common forms of government in many parts of the world, from ancient times until the present day. The exact structure and organization of a kingdom can vary widely depending on the particular society and historical period in question, but typically involves a complex hierarchy of officials, nobles, and other elites who serve and advise the monarch.

    In modern times, many former kingdoms have transitioned to other forms of government, such as constitutional monarchies or republics, but some countries still have monarchies that retain significant political power

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