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The Risks of Royal Incest -
Incest Common Among Royalty of Every Society
Lots Cave INCEST NEWS: Missionary Hiram Bingham was dismayed to find Hawaiian natives indulging in incest when he arrived in Hawaii from New England in 1820. Bingham's shock at the royals' incestuous behavior was not shared by the Hawaiians themselves. Royal incest was "not only accepted but even encouraged" in Hawaii as an exclusive royal privilege, says historian Joanne Carando.
In fact, while virtually every culture in recorded history has held sibling or parent-
couplings taboo, royalty have been exempted in many societies, including ancient
Egypt, Inca Peru, and, at times, Central Africa, Mexico, and Thailand. And while
royal families in Europe avoided sibling incest, many, including the Hohenzollerns
of Prussia, the Bourbons of France, and the British royal family, often married cousins.
The Spanish Habsburgs, who ruled for nearly 200 years, frequently married among close
relatives. Their dynasty ended in 1700 with the death of Charles II, a king so riddled
with health and development problems that he didn't talk until he was four or walk
until he was eight. He also had trouble chewing food and couldn't sire a child.
The physical problems faced by Charles and the pharaoh Tutankhamen, the son of siblings,
point to one possible explanation for the near-