James VI

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James VI

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(Biography) title as king of Scotland of James I of England and Ireland. See James I3
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England in 1585, in the first work of his Latin masterpiece known as the Frankfurt trilogy, the De triplici minimo published in 1591, Bruno makes a glowing reference to the marriage of James VI of Scotland with Anne of Denmark in 1589, and he presents the future James I of England as one of the heroes of his times.(11) On the other hand, Bruno is careful not to present himself in a courtly role in his works.