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Anne Boleyn: Triumph to Failure - Tudors Dynasty
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James IV, King of Scotland, Husband of Margaret Tudor, grandfather of Mary Queen of Scots
James IV, King of Scotland (1473 - 1513) killed at the Battle of Flodden Field,married to Margaret Tudor, Grandfather of Mary, Queen of Scots 1st Cousin, 16X
a painting of a man with a crown on his head and words below it that read edward's marriage
Edward IV, Father of Elizabeth of York, maternal grandfather of Henry VIII, Arthur, Margaret, and Mary Tudor
Edward IV, Father of Elizabeth of York, maternal grandfather of Henry VIII, Arthur, Margaret, and Mary Tudor
Elizabeth Queen Of England, Middle Ages History, Anglo Saxon Kings, Battle Of Hastings, Duke William, Fall Of Constantinople, English Army, Alfred The Great, Bayeux Tapestry
William the Conqueror gave dozens of sacred treasures to Battle Abbey
an old portrait of a man with a beard and wearing a crown on his head
David Bruce II, son of Robert the Bruce
35. David II,King of Scots 1329-1371. Son of Robert the Bruce. Crowned at 5yo but the throne was taken by Edward Balliol. David was reinstated in 1336. He invaded England with his cousin Robert Stewart and was taken captive by the English and held captive from 1346-57, when a ransom of 100 000 marks was paid for his release. David tried to negotiate his freedom using the Scottish succession, but the Scots parliament refused to accept any such deal. He died in 1371 as the last Bruce to be king.
a white bed sitting on top of a wooden floor
Elizabeth Plantagenet (1282-1316) - Find a Grave...
a statue of a man holding a shield with writing on it and trees in the background
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex
a statue of a man in armor standing next to a plaque
Richard II “the Good” of Normandy (963-1026) -...
Richard II “the Good” of Normandy, II (Unknown-1026) - Find A Grave Memorial
an old black and white photo of a woman wearing a tiara with a cross
St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland - True and Noble Woman - Catholic Finer Femininity
St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland – True and Noble Woman – Finer Femininity
English prince, fourth but third surviving son of the English king Edward III and Philippa of Hainaut; he exercised a moderating influence in the political and constitutional struggles of the reign of... Katherine Swynford, Prince Of England, John Of Gaunt, Edward Iii, Royal History, Medieval England
John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster | Biography, Family, & Facts
English prince, fourth but third surviving son of the English king Edward III and Philippa of Hainaut; he exercised a moderating influence in the political and constitutional struggles of the reign of...
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100 GREATEST SCOTS OF ALL TIME – Celtic Life International
100 GREATEST SCOTS OF ALL TIME
an old painting of a woman with a crown and a man in a red cloak
Queen Isabella of Castile: Drama, Inquisition, and Exploration
Isabella I of Castile, depicted in the painting Virgen de la mosca at The Collegiate church of Santa María la Mayor
Malcolm III (c. 1031 - 1093), King of Scotland, also known as Malcolm Canmore (Ceann Mor) meaning great head or chief, circa 1090. Malcolm was crowned King at Scone in 1057 having overthrown and killed Macbeth who had assumed power after murdering Malcolm?s father Duncan I. Malcolm had spent Macbeth?s reign in exile at the English court and after he married his second wife Margaret, who was English, began to introduce feudalism in Scotland to replace traditional Celtic culture. Throughout hi... Royal Ancestry, Family Ancestry, Names List, Medieval Ages
Malcolm III , King of Scotland, also known as Malcolm Canmore meaning...
Malcolm III (c. 1031 - 1093), King of Scotland, also known as Malcolm Canmore (Ceann Mor) meaning great head or chief, circa 1090. Malcolm was crowned King at Scone in 1057 having overthrown and killed Macbeth who had assumed power after murdering Malcolm?s father Duncan I. Malcolm had spent Macbeth?s reign in exile at the English court and after he married his second wife Margaret, who was English, began to introduce feudalism in Scotland to replace traditional Celtic culture. Throughout hi...