Mary, Queen of Scots
Mary became Queen of Scotland in 1542, when she was only a few days old. In 1587, she was beheaded, on the orders of Elizabeth 1 of England. This book helps readers to understand Mary's life & character. It aims to develop children's historical understanding & skills, with a Scottish focus within the 16th century.
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Who was Mary Queen of Scots?
Marys return to Scotland
The death of Darnley
Plot and counterplot
Ainslie Bond army artefacts Babington Plot became James Carberry Hill Mary Casket Letters Catholic faith Children could consider Children could investigate Children could research Children could write Church codes contemporary documents Dauphin death mask death of Darnley Don Carlos dowager queen Dumbarton Castle Dunbar Castle Earl of Moray English escape from Lochleven Eyewitness accounts Fotheringhay Castle French Glasgow Henry VIII Holyrood Palace including her half Inventories involved in Darnley's James Hepburn James V died James VI John Knox king ladies Lochleven Castle Lord Darnley major events Margaret Tudor married Mary and Darnley Mary of Guise Mary's execution Mary's half brother Mary's motto monarch nobles Pages painted in 1608 Peterborough Cathedral pictures of Mary play the lute Prince James Protestant queen of France Queen of Scots Reformation Regent Reigned return to Scotland sail for France Scotland and England Scottish Solway Firth someone Stirling Castle throne timeline Walsingham wanted Mary