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  1. María I b ( Palacio de Greenwich, 18 de febrero de 1516 - Palacio de St James, 17 de noviembre de 1558) fue reina de Inglaterra e Irlanda desde el 6 o el 19 de julio a de 1553 hasta su muerte. Es conocida por su intento de abrogar la Reforma anglicana, que había comenzado durante el reinado de su padre, Enrique VIII.

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    Mary was born on 18 February 1516 at the Palace of Placentia in Greenwich, England. She was the only child of King Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to survive infancy. Her mother had suffered many miscarriages. Before Mary's birth, four previous pregnancies had resulted in a stillborn daughter and three short-lived or stillborn s...

    Mary was a precocious child. In July 1520, when scarcely four and a half years old, she entertained a visiting French delegation with a performance on the virginals (a type of harpsichord). A great part of her early education came from her mother, who consulted the Spanish humanist Juan Luis Vives for advice and commissioned him to write De Institu...

    Although these various possibilities for Mary's marriage had been considered, the marriage of Mary's parents was itself in jeopardy, which threatened her status. Disappointed at the lack of a male heir, and eager to remarry, Henry attempted to have his marriage to Catherine annulled, but Pope Clement VII refused his request. Henry claimed, citing b...

    In 1536, Queen Anne fell from the king's favour and was beheaded. Elizabeth, like Mary, was declared illegitimate and stripped of her succession rights. Within two weeks of Anne's execution, Henry married Jane Seymour, who urged her husband to make peace with Mary. Henry insisted that Mary recognise him as head of the Church of England, repudiate p...

    On 6 July 1553, at the age of 15, Edward VI died of a lung infection, possibly tuberculosis. He did not want the crown to go to Mary because he feared she would restore Catholicism and undo his and their father's reforms, and so he planned to exclude her from the line of succession. His advisers told him that he could not disinherit only one of his...

    One of Mary's first actions as queen was to order the release of the Roman Catholic Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, and Stephen Gardiner from imprisonment in the Tower of London, as well as her kinsman Edward Courtenay. Mary understood that the young Lady Jane was essentially a pawn in Northumberland's scheme, and Northumberland was the only co...

    After Philip's visit in 1557, Mary again thought she was pregnant, with a baby due in March 1558. She decreed in her will that her husband would be the regent during the minority of their child.But no child was born, and Mary was forced to accept that her half-sister Elizabeth would be her lawful successor. Mary was weak and ill from May 1558. In p...

    John White, Bishop of Winchester, praised Mary at her funeral service: "She was a king's daughter; she was a king's sister; she was a king's wife. She was a queen, and by the same title a king also."She was the first woman to successfully claim the throne of England, despite competing claims and determined opposition, and enjoyed popular support an...

    When Mary ascended the throne, she was proclaimed under the same official style as Henry VIII and Edward VI: "Mary, by the Grace of God, Queen of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, and of the Church of England and of Irelandon Earth Supreme Head". The title Supreme Head of the Church was repugnant to Mary's Catholicism, and she omi...

    Both Mary and Philip were descended from John of Gaunt, the Duke of Lancaster, a relationship that was used to portray Philip as an English king.

  2. María I, nada o 18 de febreiro de 1516 e finada o 17 de novembro de 1558, foi raíña de Inglaterra e Irlanda desde o 6 o 19 de xullo de 1553 ata a súa morte. É coñecida polo seu intento de abrogar a Reforma anglicana, que comezara durante o reinado do seu pai, Henrique VIII.

  3. María I d'Inglaterra, conocida como María Tudor (Greenwich, Inglaterra, 18 de febreru de 1516-Londres, ibíd., 17 de payares de 1558), foi reina d'Inglaterra ya Irlanda dende 1553, siendo la tercer muyer n'aportar al tronu inglés, dempués de Matilde d'Inglaterra y de la so prima segunda Xuana Grey.

  4. María de Inglaterra puede referirse a: La reina María I de Inglaterra ( María la sangrienta - Bloody Mary -). La reina María II de Inglaterra (en cuyo honor se compuso la Música para los funerales de la Reina Mary de Henry Purcell ). La princesa María de Windsor ( Princesa María - Princess Mary -).

  5. María I de Inglaterra (18 de febrero de 1516-17 de noviembre de 1558) fue reina de Inglaterra. Citas NOTA: Salvo en los casos que cuentan con referencia en español, la traducción de las citas incluidas en esta sección es propia del usuario que las aporta. «Cuando esté muerta y descubierta, encontrarán "Calais" dentro en mi corazón».