The castle played host to the royalty of Scotland.
Government officials and royalty are among those he serves.
By 2013, the issue of royalty payments had been resolved in court.
He contacted O'Rourke to discuss settling future royalty payments.
In China it was standard for the royalty to wear robes made from them.
Mary turned her attention to finding a new husband from the royalty of Europe.
The palaces of India offer an insight into the life of the royalty of the country.
This especially applied to royalty, who sometimes owned land in different countries.
Consequently, various classes of royalty, nobility, various commoners and slave emerged.
By 1840, 58 ironmasters had taken out licenses, yielding a royalty income of £30,000 per year.
Although royalty owned huge collections of plate, little survives except for the Royal Gold Cup.
They were both related to royalty and probably gave Snorri an insight into the history of Sweden.
Palaces in Romania, as elsewhere in Europe, were originally built for royalty, nobles and bishops.
Like Cortez, Columbus angered the Spanish royalty through subjugating and enslaving the native people.
It was much visited by Russian royalty and nobility traveling from the old capital to the new one and back.
Wallinger's early work is noted for its social commentary, often focusing on class, royalty and nationalism.
Silk is considered to be a symbol of royalty, and, historically, silk was used primarily by the upper classes.
Traditional rank amongst European royalty, peers, and nobility is rooted in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.
This royalty scheme did not work with customers who did not have existing steam engines but used horses instead.
Gold has been used as a symbol for purity, value, royalty, and particularly roles that combine these properties.