List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 17th century

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This is a list of monarchs deposed in the 17th century.

Aceh Darussalam[edit]

Beaumont[edit]

Bohemia[edit]

Cambodia[edit]

  • Brhat Sri Saravajna Samdach Naranatha Brhat Pada Samdach Sdach Brhat Rajankariya Brhat Paramaraja Ramadipati Brhat Sri Suriyabarna Dharmika Rajadhiraja Parama Chakrapatra Mahadhiptindra Narindra Rattanakasa Upasajati Mahisvara Akka Maha Parasratna Vivadhanadiraksha Ekkaraja Maha Madhankula Kumbul Krung Kambuja Adipati Maha Puriratna Sanditya Mukutya Bumindra Indipati Gururatta Raja Mandisala Mahasthana Brhat Paramanatha Parama Bupatiya Amachas Jivitha Ludhibana Paramaraja VII, King of Cambodia, (referred to as Paramaraja VII) abdicated 1618

Diois[edit]

  • Henry IV of France, Count of Diois (1589–1601); Diois was merged into the Crown of France

England[edit]

Halvad[edit]

  • Shri Shaktimant Jhaladipati Mahamandleshwar Maharana Sriraj Jaswantsinhji I Gajsinhji Sahib Bahadur, Maharana Raj Sahib of Halvad, expelled 1673, restored 1683

Hungary[edit]

Ireland[edit]

  • James II, King of Ireland, deposed 1689, made effective 1690

Jembal[edit]

  • Raja Sakti I ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'l Kadir, Raja of Kelantan-Utara (Jembal) and Kelantan-Patani, Raja of Jembal (1632–1649)
  • Tuan Putri Sa'adong binti Raja Loyor Putri Vijaya Mala, Raja of Jembal (1663–1667).

Johor[edit]

  • Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala' ud-din Ri'ayat Shah III Zillu'llahi fil-Alam ibni Paduka Sri Sultan Ali Jalla 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah, Sultan of Johor (1597–1614, 1615)

Macedonia[edit]

Mecca[edit]

  • Sharif Idris II, Sharif of Mecca, abdicated 1610.
  • Sharif Muhsin I bin Husain, Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1628.
  • Sharif Ahmad bin Talib al-Hasan, Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1629.
  • Sharif 'Abdu'llah I bin Hasan, Sharif of Mecca, abdicated 1631.
  • Sharif Hamud bin 'Abdu'llah bin Hasan I, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1670.
  • Sharif 'Abu'l Barakat III, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1682.
  • Sharif Ibrahim bin Muhammad, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1684.
  • Sharif Ahmad bin Zeid, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1671, reinstated 1684.
  • Sharif Ahmad bin Ghalib, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1690.
  • Sharif Muhsin bin Ahmad, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1668, restored 1689, redeposed 1690.
  • Sharif 'Abdu'llah II bin Hashim, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1694.
  • Sharif Sa'ad Pasha, Grand Sharif of Mecca, deposed 1672, restored 1693, redeposed 1694, restored 1694, redeposed 1702.

Minden[edit]

  • Christian von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Prince-Bishop of Minden, deposed or abdicated 1625, died 1633.
  • Franz Wilhelm von Wartenberg, Prince-Bishop of Minden, deposed 1648.

Mogulistan[edit]

  • Ismail, Ruler of Mogulistan 1669, 1670–1678 and 1679–1682.

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Pahang[edit]

  • Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala' ud-din Ri'ayat Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'l Ghaffar Muhi ud-din Shah, Sultan of Pahang (1614–1615).
  • Paduka Sri Sultan 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah III ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Ala' ud-din Ri'ayat Shah III, Sultan of Johor, Pahang and Lingga (1615–1617, 1623

Palatinate[edit]

Palmares[edit]

  • Ganga Zumba Mocambo of Palmares, deposed and re-enslaved in 1680
  • Zumbi, Mocambo of Palmares, deposed in 1694 and subsequently captured and beheaded

Perak[edit]

  • Maulana Paduka Sri Sultan Mansur Shah II ibni al-Marhum Raja Kechil Lasa, Sultan of Perak (1619–1627)

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

  • Philip III, King of Portugal, deposed 1640
  • Alfonso VI, King of Portugal, partially deposed 1667, although still considered as king until his death

Russia[edit]

Scotland[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Tulsipur[edit]

  • Chauhan Raja Ram Krishna Singh ceased to be king of Tulsipur in 1675.

Trubczewsk[edit]

See also[edit]