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Mary I of England


Queen of Britain who persecuted the Protestants in her nation, which earned her the nickname Bloody Mary. She burnt over 200 spiritual dissenters in the stake in the Marian persecutions. She was guaranteed to several Western leaders in politics negotiations, however the plans always dropped through. She restored Roman Catholicism in her nation. She was the child of Ruler Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. Her more youthful half-sister Elizabeth I been successful her as queen and reversed the re-establishment of Roman Catholicism.

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Full Name Mary I of England
Date Of Birth February 18, 1516
Died November 17, 1558, City of Westminster, United Kingdom
Place Of Birth London, England
Profession Royalty
Nationality English
Spouse Philip II of Spain
Parents Henry VIII of England, Catherine of Aragon
Siblings Elizabeth I of England, Edward VI of England, Henry FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset, Henry, Duke of Cornwall
Star Sign Aquarius

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