Mary Tudor


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Mary Tu·dor

 (to͞o′dər, tyo͞o′-)
See Mary I.
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Noun1.Mary Tudor - daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon who was Queen of England from 1553 to 1558Mary Tudor - daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon who was Queen of England from 1553 to 1558; she was the wife of Philip II of Spain and when she restored Roman Catholicism to England many Protestants were burned at the stake as heretics (1516-1558)
House of Tudor, Tudor - an English dynasty descended from Henry Tudor; Tudor monarchs ruled from Henry VII to Elizabeth I (from 1485 to 1603)
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We're very pleased at the way we've helped so many individuals in the area in either establishing businesses or growing their existing enterprises," said SV Effect enterprise facilitator, Mary Tudor.
In the 16th Century, Mary Tudor said when she died they would find Calais engraved on her heart.
Queen Mary's Grammar School - founded more than 450 years ago by Mary Tudor - has come top of the class in a table of the best schools in the area.
1553: Mary Tudor was proclaimed Queen and |Lady Jane Grey, a Protestant, was sent to the Tower, where she was beheaded on February 12, 1554.
Queen Mary~s Grammar School was founded in 1554 by Mary Tudor.
Many of these novels celebrated the Protestant martyrs under the reign of Mary Tudor, but these eventually evoked narratives of recusants who risked their lives to reject biblicism in favor of the sacramental historical Catholic church, previewing what was to become a "new Counter-Reformation" (143).
Brandon came from humble beginnings but rose to become Duke of Suffolk, marrying Mary Tudor, the sister of Henry VIII.
BEFORE the Protestant martyr Rawlins White was burned at the stake in Cardiff in 1555, during the reign of Catholic monarch Mary Tudor, he was imprisoned in Cock's Tower (Cockmarel).
1553: Mary Tudor was proclaimed Queen and Lady Jane Grey, a Protestant, was sent to the Tower, where she was beheaded on February 12, 1554.
A Catherine the Great B Marie Antoinette C Mary Tudor D Eleanor of Aquitaine QUESTION 6 - for 6 points: What was the name of the filly in the book by Mary O'Hara?
It is full of history and during the late 1800s it was the last residence of Amelia Mary Tudor Radcliffe, the self-proclaimed Countess of Derwent Water.
The Geneva Breeches Bible dates back to 1589 and was written in Switzerland by Protestant reformers, who had fled Britain during the reign of Catholic Mary Tudor.