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“Initially, the title of the monarch went back to the ancient Proto-Germanic word kuninggaz,” says Candidate of Historical Sciences Alexander Bayramov. & nbsp; & ndash; From & nbsp;he derived the German & laquo; koenig & raquo;, the English & laquo;king», the Scandinavian & laquo;king» and & nbsp;our & laquo; prince & raquo;. All together denotes the supreme tribal leader. The word “king” in the Slavic languages appeared in the time of Charlemagne. Actually, “the king”and” there is a distorted “Charles” our ancestors, impressed by the deeds of this man, transferred his name to the title. And & nbsp;here is the word & laquo; king» goes back to & nbsp;the name of the first emperor of the Roman Empire Gaius Julius Caesar Octavian Augustus. After him, all the rulers of the Roman Empire were called Caesars in Russian “tsars”. It was believed that there can be only one king-Caesar-he dominates even over kings. In 1547. Ivan the Terrible proclaimed himself tsar. Europe did not recognize this title for the Russian monarch for a long time, but was subsequently forced to give up.