Royal Hostage – 3D print model STL
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“Royal Hostage” is a term used to refer to a person of royal or high status who is taken captive or held as a hostage in exchange for political or military gain. Throughout history, hostages have often been used as bargaining chips in negotiations between warring parties, or as a means of exerting pressure on an enemy.
One famous example of a royal hostage is Mary Queen of Scots, who was taken captive by her cousin Elizabeth I of England and held for nearly 20 years before being executed. Another example is King Richard the Lionheart, who was captured and held for ransom while returning from the Crusades in the 12th century.
The practice of taking hostages has been used in many cultures and historical periods, including ancient Greece and Rome, medieval Europe, and colonial America. While the treatment of hostages has varied widely depending on the circumstances, it is generally considered a violation of international law and human rights to take hostages or use them as a bargaining tool.