Yes, crown helmets were pretty standard parade armor (wouldn't go to battle in it tho).
The neckchain is a common decoration for powerful roles (again, not battle stuff tho).
The ring often doubled as seals and symbols of authority too (sure as shit weren't worn under or over wargloves tho).
God-King coming through. Out of the way mortals.
You supposed to keep showing how rich you are.
There is a reson for Lord of the Rings meaning king, you know. Or Gift-Giver.
Sorry, but most-anointed kings disagree with you.
Sorry Frogs, but Henry V literally did nothing wrong. It was all his land by right.
Wrong, pic related is both the best ruler as well as a member of the best dynasty
Friendly-looking old monarchs are best monarchs.
How come French kings were all so completely miles above other European kings ?
That's a serious question, who in contemporary history can rival Clovis, Philippus II Augustus, Louis IX, François I, Henri IV, Louis XIV and all the others ?
He was a smug protestant enabler, a royal motherfucker desu senpai.
BTFO of Viking shits, Devout christian, was a merciful man,
reformed the legal system to improve the lives of his people. Best King
François I is one of the best king of France and thus certainly above Charles V.
Charles V abdicated and only owes his posterity to his lucky inheritance, he didn't do anything of note beside leaving his throne.
All of his wars against France, that he tactically dominated because of the Hapsburg's empire, were inconclusive if not straight up spankings; he fucked his reign up Fraser style.
>You will never be a quirky Bohemian king
Most underrated of all French monarchs desu.
Everyone talks about Louis XIV and Napoleon, but this dude pretty much shaped saved France from becoming a feudal shithole like Germany and built a efficient state that would dominate the continent for centuries.
Not him, but François I is way overrated.
All his shenanigans in Italy, and especially the defeat at Pavie, fucked him over desu.
When you read Charles Quint's stuff, you can immediately tell he knew what he was doing.
Most based king Denmark ever had.
>The occupying nazi force insisted on hoisting the swastika flag over the royal palace in Copenhagen. The king, who actually was a war prisoner, protested, and said he would send a soldier up to lower that flag and hoist the Danish standard. When the german officer threatened to shoot the soldier who dared the attempt, the king allegedly said:
>Then you have to aim well, because that soldier will be me!
Presumably trolling, if poster is referring to Cleopatra VII Philopator, or possibly he simply doesn't know who he means.