List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 18th century

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Monarchs deposed in the 18th century

This page has the monarchs deposed between 1700 and 1800

Aceh Darussalam[edit]

Ambohimanga[edit]

Ambohitrabiby[edit]

Ansbach[edit]

Banganapalle[edit]

Bavaria[edit]

Bayreuth[edit]

Benares[edit]

  • Rafa'at wa Awal-i-Martabat Raja Sri Chait Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Benares, deposed 1781.

Bentheim[edit]

Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel[edit]

  • Anton Ulrich Duke of Brunswick, deposed 1702, restored 1704, died 1714.

Kingdom of Corsica[edit]

France[edit]

  • Louis XVI, King of France, deposed 1792, executed 1793.

Hawaiʻi[edit]

Hohenlohe-Bartenstein[edit]

Isenburg-Marienborn[edit]

Junagadh[edit]

Kantipura[edit]

  • Jayaprakasamalla King (Rajadhiraja Paramesvara Paramabhattaraka Sri Sri N.N. Vijayarajye Nepala) of Kantipura 1735-1746, deposed or abdicated 1746, restored 1752, reigned until 25 September 1768.

Kelantan[edit]

Knyphausen[edit]

Kanokupolu[edit]

Lalitapura[edit]

  • Jayamahendramalla, King (Rajadhiraja Paramesvara Paramabhattaraka Sri Sri N.N. Vijayarajye Nepala) of Lalitapura 1709, deposed or abdicated 1709, restored 1709, reigned until 1714.

Lippe-Alverdissen[edit]

Lippe-Detmold[edit]

  • Simon August of Lippe-Detmold, Count and Noble Lord (Graf und Edler Herr zur Lippe) of Lippe-Detmold 1734-1749, deposed or abdicated 1749. Died 1782.

Lorraine[edit]

Mecca[edit]

Modena[edit]

Naples[edit]

  • Philip IV, King of Naples (and Spain), lost control of Naples 1707, abandoned claims 1713
  • Charles VI, King of Naples (and Holy Roman Emperor), ceded control 1735
  • Charles VII, King of Naples, abdicated 1759
  • Ferdinand IV, King of Naples, deposed 1799, restored later that year, deposed again 1806, restored 1815

Parma[edit]

Persia[edit]

  • Husayn, Shah of Persia, deposed 1722
  • Ashraf Hotaki, Shah of Persia, deposed 1729
  • Abbas III, Shah of Persia, deposed 1736
  • Adil Shah, Shah of Persia, deposed 1748
  • Suleiman II, Shah of Persia, deposed 1750
  • Sharukh, Shah of Persia, deposed 1749, nominally restored 1750, deposed again 1796

Poland[edit]

Russia[edit]

  • Ivan VI, Emperor of Russia, deposed 1741
  • Peter III, Emperor of Russia, deposed 1762

Sardinia[edit]

Sicily[edit]

Spain[edit]

  • "Charles III," Austrian claimant to the Spanish throne, abandoned his claims 1714
  • Philip V, King of Spain, abdicated 1724, reinstated later that year

Sweden[edit]

Tallo[edit]

Tulsipur[edit]

Tuscany[edit]

Vava'u[edit]

See also[edit]