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Dingiswayo became the paramount chief of about 30 peoples in Zululand (now
northeastern Natal province, Republic of South Africa). His policy of conquering
nearby Nguni peoples and absorbing them into a rudimentary centralized state ...
1883, Tongue River Indian Reservation, Montana Territory), chief of the northern
Cheyenne who led his people on a desperate trek from confinement in Indian
Territory (Oklahoma) to their home in Montana. Five months after Lieutenant ...
5, 1128), chief minister of King William II Rufus of England (ruled 1087-1 100). Of
Norman origin, Ranulf was made keeper of the seal for King William I the
Conqueror about 1083, and during the reign of William II he became royal
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