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  1. Anthony Babington (24 October 1561 – 20 September 1586) was an English gentleman convicted of plotting the assassination of Elizabeth I of England and conspiring with the imprisoned Mary, Queen of Scots. The "Babington Plot" and Mary's involvement in it were the basis of the treason charges against her which led to her execution.

  2. Anthony Babington ( octubre de 1561, Dethick, Derbyshire - 20 de septiembre de 1586, Londres) fue un conspirador inglés .

  3. Anthony Babington. Conspirador inglés. En abril de 1586, con el apoyo de Felipe II deEspaña, organizó un complot para asesinar a Isabel Iy coronar, en su lugar, a la Reina de EscociaMaría Estuardo, entonces en prisión. En septiembre de 1586 fue descubierto el complot y se procedió a la ejecución de Babington y sus cómplices. Sumario

  4. Anthony Babington, (born October 1561, Dethick, Derbyshire, Eng.—died Sept. 20, 1586, London), English conspirator, a leader of the unsuccessful “ Babington Plot” to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I and install Elizabeth’s prisoner, the Roman Catholic Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, on the English throne.

  5. 16/01/2022 · He was born the third son of Henry Babington, and his second wife Mary, daughter of George, Lord Darcy, and granddaughter of Thomas, Lord Darcy, who was executed in 1538 as a principal conspirator in the “ Pilgrimage of Grace “. His father died in 1571 when he was nine, and his mother remarried to Henry Foljambe.

  6. Anthony Babington is known in History for his scheming and his plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I and place Mary Queen of Scots on the throne of England. ...

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  7. Anthony Babington (* 24. Oktober 1561 in Dethick, Derbyshire; † 20. September 1586 in London, Middlesex) war Hauptbeschuldigter der nach ihm benannten Babington-Verschwörung, die die Ermordung Königin Elisabeths I. zum Ziel hatte. Die Aufdeckung dieser Verschwörung führte letztendlich zum Prozess gegen Maria Stuart.