If a King Dies Who Takes over?

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Normally in hereditary monarchies, the order of succession determines who the new ruler would be. In this case the first born (prince) of the king would succeed him, in England it will be Prince Charles. The persons that succeed to the throne are called 'dynasts'. In some cultures, any can succeed the king according to the cultural settings of that dynasty.
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