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  1. She has to manage her allies, such as her bastard half-brother James and the outspoken Lord Bothwell, as well as her enemies, such as the Protestant preacher John Knox. Tensions mount between Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth , with Queen Mary marrying her distant cousin Lord Darnley , an English Catholic claimant to the English throne, in the hopes of taking England.

  2. On 17 October the lordship of Bothwell was erected into an Earldom in his favour, and he was created the 1st Earl of Bothwell. On 6 March 1492, he had a charter of the lands and lordship of Liddesdale , with Hermitage Castle , and more, upon the resignation of the same by Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus , the latter getting the lordship of Bothwell [but not the Earldom] which Patrick in ...

  3. Reign : Le Destin d'une reine, ou La Reine au Québec, (Reign) est une série télévisée américaine en 78 épisodes de 42 minutes créée par Laurie McCarthy et Stephanie Sengupta, diffusée entre le 17 octobre 2013 [1] et le 16 juin 2017 sur The CW et au Canada, 24 heures en avance sur M3 [2] puis en simultané sur CTV Two pour les deux premières saisons [3] et 24 heures en avance sur E!

  4. Henry Stuart, dit Lord Darnley, né le 7 décembre 1545 et mort le 9 ou le 10 février 1567, duc d'Albany et roi consort d'Écosse, est le deuxième époux de sa cousine Marie I re, reine d'Écosse. Biographie Enfance. Il naît à la commanderie de Temple Newsam près de Leeds dans le Yorkshire.

  5. Marie Stuartovna (8. prosince 1542, palác Linlithgow – 8. února 1587, zámek Fotheringhay), byla dcera skotského krále Jakuba V. z rodu Stuartů a francouzské šlechtičny Marie de Guise.

  6. Elizabeth I - the last Tudor monarch - was born at Greenwich on 7 September 1533, the daughter of Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. Her early life was full of uncertainties, and her chances of succeeding to the throne seemed very slight once her half-brother Edward was born in 1537. She was then third in line behind her Roman Catholic half-sister, Princess Mary. Roman Catholics ...

  7. Hace 1 día · Elizabeth I began her reign on 17th November 1558 as a young woman of only 25 years of age. However, by the time Elizabeth gave her first speech to Parliament in early 1559 she declared that it would be ‘sufficient’ for her to ‘live and die a virgin.’