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There are two basic forms of Monarchy, Absolute Monarchy and Limited Monarchy.
An absolute monarch is an Autocrat, they need not care for laws and may do what they wish.
They may however have some counterbalance from
  • Aristocracy
  • Clergy
  • Bourgeoisie
  • Proletarians
  • Current culture
  • Public's willingness to accept the Monarch

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Royal absolutism
The Trew Law of Free Monarchies (1598) and the Basilikon Doron (1603), he set out the theory of the divine right of kings.