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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › King_JamesKing James - Wikipedia

    James V of Scotland (1512–1542), nominal King of Scots from 1513 and reigned 1528–1542 English and Scottish [ edit ] James VI and I (1566–1625), sponsor of the eponymous Bible translation, reigned as King James VI of Scotland and King James I of England and Ireland

  2. When James IV, who had governed sternly and suppressed the aristocrats, died in the Battle of Flodden, his wife Margaret Tudor, who had been nominated regent for their young son James V, was unseated by noble feuding, and James V's wife, Mary of Guise, succeeded in ruling Scotland during the regency for her young daughter Mary I only by dividing and conquering the noble factions, distributing ...

  3. 13/06/2019 · King of England, Scotland, and Ireland . Reign 29 May 1660[2] – 6 February 1685. Coronation 23 April 1661. Predecessor Charles I (de jure) Council of State (de facto) Successor James II & VII. Spouse Catherine of Braganza. Issue. Illegitimate: James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth. Charles FitzCharles, 1st Earl of Plymouth. Charles FitzRoy, 2nd ...

  4. 11/12/2021 · James II-VII, King England, Scotland and Ireland Historian Tim Harris argues the most radical act of the 1688 Revolution was breaking the succession and establishing the idea of a “contract” between ruler and people, a fundamental rebuttal of the Stuart ideology of the Divine Right of Kings.

  5. So when Henry VIII attacked France, Scotland’s King James IV invaded England. However, this action ended in disaster, when he was then killed at the Battle of Flodden Field. In 1587 Mary, Queen of Scots was executed for treason on the orders of Queen Elizabeth I, after she feared she was planning to steal the throne from her.