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  1. Cristóbal de Morales (Sevilla, 1500 - Málaga o, según otros, Marchena, 1553) sacerdote católico español y maestro de capilla siendo el principal representante de la escuela polifonista andaluza y uno de los tres grandes, junto a Tomás Luis de Victoria y Francisco Guerrero, de la composición polifónica española del Renacimiento.

  2. La Casa de Tudor o Dinastía Tudor gobernó el reino de Inglaterra desde 1485 hasta 1603. [2] Su emblema era una rosa, la rosa Tudor, de diez pétalos, cinco blancos en el centro y cinco rojos en el borde exterior.

  3. Mary (1553–1558) No shillings were struck in England until Queen Mary I of England was married in 1554 to Philip of Spain, though Irish shillings with Mary's portrait were struck in 1553 and 1554 before her marriage. After Mary's marriage some shillings were coined. To boost Philip's popularity his bust was placed on these coins, facing Mary's.

  4. In May 1553, she married Lord Guildford Dudley, a younger son of Edward's chief minister John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland. In June 1553, Edward VI wrote his will, nominating Jane and her male heirs as successors to the Crown, in part because his half-sister Mary was Catholic, while Jane was a committed Protestant and would support the reformed Church of England , whose foundation Edward laid.