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  1. Margaret Tudor (28 November 1489 – 18 October 1541) was Queen of Scotland from 1503 until 1513 by marriage to King James IV. She then served as regent of Scotland during her son's minority, and fought to extend her regency. Margaret was the eldest daughter and second child of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the elder ...

  2. 8 de ago. de 2003 · Richard Cavendish describes James IV of Scots and Margaret Tudor's wedding on August 8th, 1503. Dashing, accomplished, highly intelligent and interested in everything, James IV of Scots enjoyed himself with mistresses while manoeuvring to secure a politically useful bride.

  3. 25 de nov. de 2023 · Margaret Tudor (born November 29, 1489, London—died October 18, 1541, Methven, Perth, Scotland) wife of King James IV of Scotland, mother of James V, and elder daughter of King Henry VII of England.

  4. Relations with England were improved with the Treaty of Perpetual Peace in 1502 and James's marriage to Margaret Tudor in 1503 which led to the Union of the Crowns in 1603, when Elizabeth I of England died without heirs and James IV's great-grandson James VI succeeded to the English throne.

  5. Margarita Tudor - Margaret Tudor (palacio de Westminster, 28 de noviembre de 1489-18 de octubre de 1541). Fue la mayor de las dos hijas sobrevivientes del rey Enrique VII de Inglaterra y de la reina consorte, Isabel de York. Es conocida por ser la hermana mayor de Enrique VIII. Se casó con Jacobo IV de Escocia y otras dos veces más ...

  6. James IV, king of Scotland from 1488 to 1513. An energetic and popular ruler, he unified Scotland under royal control, strengthened royal finances, and improved Scotland’s position in European politics. James succeeded to the throne after his father, James III, was killed in a battle against rebels

  7. 18 de jul. de 2009 · That made James IV and Margaret Tudor fourth cousins, which was within the prohibited degree. Patrick Hepburn, the Earl of Bothwell, acted as a proxy for James IV of Scotland for his betrothal to Margaret Tudor at Richmond in January 1502 before the couple was married in person.