Although young, Betelgeuse has probably exhausted the hydrogen in its core—unlike its OB cousins born about the same time—causing it to contract under the force of gravity into a hotter and denser state.
In 1670, Charles granted control of the entire Hudson Bay drainage basin to the Hudson's Bay Company by royal charter, and named the territory Rupert's Land, after his cousin Prince Rupert of the Rhine, the company's first Governor.
King John had given or recognised Donnchadh's possession of this territory, and that of Donnchadh's nephew Alaxandair (Alexander), as a reward for his help; similarly, John had given Donnchadh's cousins Ailean and Tómas, sons of Lochlann, a huge lordship equivalent to 140 knight's fees that included most of northern County Antrim and County Londonderry, the reward for use of their soldiers and galleys.
Many historians consider Olimpia Maidalchini, the sister-in-law of Pope Innocent X (1644 - 1655), to have been a de facto Cardinal Nephew; the position was formally held by her son, Camillo Pamphili, then her nephew, Francesco Maidalchini (after Pamphilj renounced his cardinalate in order to wed), and (after Francesco proved incompetent) Camillo Astalli, her cousin.
Martijn Icks in Images of Elagabalus (2008; republished as The Crimes of Elagabalus in 2012) cites the unreliability of the ancient sources and concludes that it was the emperor's unorthodox religious policies rather than his sexual behavior that so alienated the power elite of Rome that his grandmother saw fit to eliminate him and replace him with his cousin.