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  1. María I, de nombre María Estuardo (en inglés, Mary Stuart, Mary Stewart o Marie Steuart; iii 8 de diciembre de 1542 - 8 de febrero de 1587 ), fue reina de Escocia del 14 de diciembre de 1542 al 24 de julio de 1567. Única hija legítima de Jacobo V, con seis días de edad sucedió a su padre en el trono escocés.

    • Early Life
    • Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
    • Education in France
    • Return to Scotland
    • Marriages and Murders
    • Exile in England
    • The Ridolfi Plot
    • The Throckmorton Plot
    • The Babington Plot
    • Execution

    Mary Stuart was the only surviving child of King James V (1512–1542) of Scotland and his wife, Mary of Guise(1515–1560). Her two older brothers died before she was born, placing her in line to inherit James's throne. The king, bitterly disappointed at the birth of a daughter, died before the baby was a week old. Mary became queen of Scotland at the...

    Many children know something of Mary, Queen of Scots without even realizing it. A well-known nursery rhyme is about her: As John Guy explains in The True Life of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, the garden refers to the one at Holyroodhouse, the most magnificent of the Scottish royal estates. Mary lived there when she first returned to Scotland. The si...

    When Mary was only five-and-a-half years old, she was sent to France. Her mother remained in Scotland to rule the country until Mary was old enough to assume power. Mary grew up at the French court and was educated with the king's children, who became her playmates. She learned Latin, French, and the art of persuasive writing and speaking, as well ...

    Mary decided to return to Scotland. She had been away from the country for thirteen years, and the political situation had changed significantly. Catholics had been in power when Mary was a young child; now, however, with help from Queen Elizabeth, Scottish Protestants had gained control. Under the terms of the Treaty of Edinburgh in 1560, French t...

    In 1565 Mary married her first cousin, Henry Stewart (Lord Darnley; 1545–1567), also a grandson of Margaret Tudor. Since Henry was next in line after Mary to the English throne, this marriage increased fears that Elizabeth's rule was in danger. It also caused concern among Scottish Protestants, who worried that it would inspire a revival of Catholi...

    After six months in captivity Mary managed to escape to England in 1568. There she begged her cousin, Elizabeth, to allow her to live in safety. Elizabeth's advisors, particularly William Cecil(Lord Burghley; 1520–1598; see entry) warned against this, arguing that Mary could not be trusted. They worried that she would seek support from Catholics to...

    Elizabeth's advisors had been right to worry about the threat posed by Mary. In 1571 Cecil found out about a conspiracy to assassinate Elizabeth and make Mary queen. It was led by an Italian merchant, Roberto Ridolfi (1531–1612). Ridolfi conspired with rebels in northern England, who launched an unsuccessful rebellion in 1569 and 1570 that became k...

    Another conspiracy was uncovered in 1583 by agents working for Elizabeth's spymaster, Francis Walsingham(1532–1590; see entry). Francis Throckmorton (1554–1584), an English Catholic, had conspired with Catholics in France in a plan that called for French troops to invade England and assassinate the queen. They would then free Mary, place her on the...

    In 1586 Walsingham discovered a conspiracy led by Anthony Babington(1561–1586). Again, Walsingham suspected Mary of involvement. To obtain proof, he used an undercover agent, Gilbert Gifford, who was able to intercept Mary's letters. Finally Gifford discovered a letter from Mary to Babington that confirmed her support for his plot to assassinate El...

    Cecil and Walsingham acted immediately and, without Elizabeth's knowledge, ordered the execution to take place. Mary was beheaded on February 8, 1587, at Fotheringhay Castle. Three hundred spectators, as well as her weeping attendants, witnessed the execution. Carefully dressed in a blood-red bodice with a crucifix around her neck, Mary knelt and p...

  2. Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587), also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland, was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 until her forced abdication in 1567. The only surviving legitimate child of James V of Scotland, Mary was six days old when her father died and she inherited the throne.

  3. 06/10/2022 · Mary, byname Mary, Queen of Scots, original name Mary Stuart or Mary Stewart, (born December 8, 1542, Linlithgow Palace, West Lothian, Scotland—died February 8, 1587, Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire, England), queen of Scotland (1542–67) and queen consort of France (1559–60). Her unwise marital and political actions provoked rebellion among ...

  4. Mary Stuart is a contemporary artist living and working in Mexico City. Her work includes oil painting, graphic, sculpture, art object and tapestries. - Mary Stuart es una artista contemporánea que vive y trabaja en la Ciudad de México. Su trabajo abarca pintura, escultura, gráfica, arte objeto y tapices.

  5. Mary Stuart is the Queen of Scotland, as the only surviving child of her father, King James V. Her father died just days after her birth, leaving her to inherit the crown. She had been engaged to Prince Francis since they were children to forge an alliance between Scotland and France. When she...

  6. Mary Stuart Masterson; Información personal; Nacimiento: 28 de junio de 1966 (56 años) Los Ángeles, California, Estados Unidos: Nacionalidad: Estadounidense: Lengua materna: Inglés: Familia; Padres: Peter Masterson Carlin Glynn: Cónyuge: Damon Santostefano (2000-2004) Pareja: Jeremy Davidson (2006–presente) Damon Santostefano (2000-2004) George Carl Francisco (1990-1992)

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