***Kabaka (Luganda)
Könige von Buganda
Ruler of Buganda, Kingdom

  • Nabagereka (Luganda)
    Königin / Queen.
  • Abalangira (Luganda)
    Männliches Mitglied der Königsfamilie (Clan) / Male member of the royal clan.
  • Abambejja (Luganda)
    Weibliches Mitglied der Königsfamilie (Clan) / Female member of the royal clan.
  • Bataka (Luganda)
    Clan-Oberhaupt / Chief of a clan.
  • Bitongole (Luganda)
    Mann des Königs / Men of the King.
  • Kiweewa (Luganda)
    Titel des erstgeborenen Sohnes / Title given to the King's first son.
  • Lubuga (Luganda)
    Königinschwester / Queen Sister.
  • Nalinnya (Luganda)
    Königinschwester / Queen Sister.
  • Namasole (Luganda)
    Titel der Königinmutter / Title of the King's mother.
  • Oluyo Olulangira (Luganda)
    Königlicher Clan / Royal clan.
  • Ssabalangira (Luganda)
    Prinz der Prinzen / Head of the princes.

 

Dynastien seit der Gründung Bugandas um 1300 Dynasties since founding in c. 1300

  • Kato Kintu Kakulukuku, founding kabaka of Buganda c. 1300.
  • Ccwa I Walusimbi, 2nd Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kimera Walusimbi, 3rd Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Ttembo Kiridde, Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kiggala Kasongovu, 5th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kiyimba Ntege, 6th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kayima Ssendikaddiwa, 7th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Nakibinge Kagali, 8th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Mulondo Ssekajja, 9th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Jjemba Busungwe, 10th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Ssuuna I Kisolo, 11th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Ssekamaanya Kisolo, 12th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kimbugwe Kamegere, 13th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kateregga Kamegere, 14th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Mutebi I Mutesi, 15th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Jjuuko Mulwana, 16th Kabaka of Buganda, c1680.
  • Kayemba Kisiki, 17th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Tebandeke Mujambula, 18th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Ndawula Nsobya, 19th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kagulu Ntambi, 20th Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Kikulwe Mawuuba, 21st Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Mawanda Ssebanakitta, 22nd Kabaka of Buganda.
  • Mwanga I Ssebanakitta, 23rd Kabaka of Buganda 1740-1741.
  • Namugala Kagali, 24th Kabaka of Buganda 1741-1750.
  • Kyabaggu Kabinuli, 25th Kabaka of Buganda 1750-1780.
  • Jjunju Ssendegeya, 26th Kabaka of Buganda 1780-1797.
  • Ssemakookiro Nabbunga Wasajja, 27th Kabaka of Buganda 1797-1814.
  • Kamaanya Kadduwamala Mukasa, 28th Kabaka of Buganda 1814-1832.
  • Ssuuna II Migeekyamye Kalema, 30th Kabaka of Buganda (c.1800-1857) 1832-October 1857.
  • Mutesa I (Mtesa; Muteesa) Mukaabya Muteesa I Kayiira, Kabaka of Buganda October 1857-19 October 1884.
  • Christian missionaries Mutesa I allows missionaries to enter his realm, 1875.
  • British Missionary Society Members arrive 1877.
  • White Fathers Members of French Roman Catholic order arrive 1879.
  • Mwanga II Mukasa Basammula Ekere, 31st Kabaka of Buganda 24 October 1884-deposed 10 September 1888, restored 5 October 1889-exiled 9 August 1897.
  • Mutebi II Kiweewa Nnyonyintono, 32nd Kabaka of Buganda, 10 September 1888-deposed 21 October 1888.
  • Kalema Muguluma, 33rd Kabaka of Buganda 21 October 1888-deposed 5 October 1889.
  • Ccwa II Kaggwa, 34th Kabaka of Buganda, 14 August 1897-22 November 1939.
  • Muteesa II (nickname, Kabaka Freddie) Edward Frederick William Walugembe Mutebi Luwangula Muteesa, 35th Kabaka of Buganda 22 November 1939 (crowned at Budo 19 November 1942), exiled 30 November 1953, restored 19 October 1955-deposed 24 May 1966, Pres. of the Republic of Uganda 9 October 1963-deposed 24 May 1966.
  • Mutebi II Ronald Muwenda, 36th Kabaka of Buganda, son of Muteesa II by Sarah Kisokonkole,
  • 31 July 1993.
  • Kabaka
    Muwenda Mutebi II and Nnabagereka
 

Lukiko Council which legislated on a considerable variety of issues.

  •  1. Crown's council Former Lukiko, parliament.
  •  2. Katikkiro (Kattikiro) (Luganda) Chief minister, prime minister.
  •  3. Omulamuzi (Luganda) Chief justice.
  •  4. Omuwanika (Luganda) Treasurer.
Luganda Language of Buganda.
Baganda (Luganda) People of Buganda.
Kiganda (Luganda) Customs of Buganda.
Kubbula (Luganda) Kiganda's custom consisting in giving the name of a favorite relative to a child
Nkore (Ankole)”

**Quelle / Source: EUREKA - The 21st CENTURY GUIDE TO KNOWLEDGE By Ian Adams

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