James V


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James V

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(Biography) 1512–42, king of Scotland (1513–42), son of James IV
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2) So did the Stewart courts of James IV and James V support any kind of comparably lively and searching interlude culture?
There had been royal chambers in the Abbey of Holyrood, founded in 1128 by King David, the son of Queen Margaret, from an early date but its conversion into the palace we see today began with James V, continued under Charles II and has been ongoing ever since.
The |Cleanse the Causeway' affair was the mechanism by which the Hamiltons and their perpetual enemies the Douglases, resolved the control of Scotland during the minority of James V, in a short but bloody street brawl, eschewing the civil wars preferred on the Continent.