9 de mar. de 2011 · (Image: Christian Kober/Robert Harding) The removal of long-dead human bodies from view in museums for reburial is based on a warped notion of respect WHEN I was 10 years old I saw the mummified...
- Søren Holm
Earl of Bothwell was a title that was created twice in the Peerage of Scotland. It was first created for Patrick Hepburn in 1488, and was forfeited in 1567. Subsequently, the earldom was re-created for the 4th Earl's nephew and heir of line, Francis Stewart , whose father was an illegitimate son of James V .
3 de dic. de 2010 · Bothwell, who was implicated in the murder of Mary's second husband, Lord Darnley, in 1567, fled to Denmark after she was imprisoned by Elizabeth I, but was arrested and spent the last ten years...
When Bothwell married Lady Jean Gordon, daughter of The 4th Earl of Huntly, in February 1566, the Queen attended the wedding (the marriage lasted just over a year). In the following summer, upon hearing that he had been seriously wounded and was likely to die, she rode all the way through the hills and forests of the Borders to be with him at Hermitage Castle only a few weeks after giving birth to her son.
- Fårevejle Church, Odsherred, Denmark
- 15 May 1567 – 24 July 1567
- Agnes Sinclair
- Patrick, Earl of Bothwell
James Hepburn was a Scottish noblemen who is most famous for his abduction and marriage to Mary, Queen of Scots (Mary I of Scotland). James Hepburn (1534-1578?) was the 4th Earl of Bothwell and the 1st Duke of Orkney. Before meeting Mary I of Scotland, Hepburn was married twice to daughters of prominent fathers.
TWO countries contend for the 350-year-old mummy of James Hepburn, fourth Earl of Bothwell, Duke of Orkney and Shetland, who married Mary Queen of Scots. View Full Article in Timesmachine ...