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Historians agree that both Denmark and England have had rulers who called themselves kings dating back to the 8th century. As a fixed institution, the English monarchy is the oldest. It dates back to Alfred the Great, who ruled over Southern England 871-899. Denmark, on the other hand, has had the most continuous monarchy, dating back to Gorm the Old, who died around year 958.
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