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Mary, Queen of Scots, in Pictures

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She was briefly Queen of France, and became Queen of Scotland from her infancy. Mary, Queen of Scots, was considered a rival for the throne of Queen Elizabeth I - a special threat since Mary was a Catholic and Elizabeth a Protestant. Mary's choices in marriage were questionable and tragic and she was accused of plotting to overthrow Elizabeth. Mary Stuart's son, James VI of Scotland, was the first Stuart king of England, named by Elizabeth as her successor.
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Mary Stuart, Dauphine of FranceMary Stuart, Dauphine of FranceMary, Queen of Scots, Dowager Queen of FranceMary, Queen of Scots as Widow of Francis IIFrancis II, King of France, with his consort, Mary, Queen of Scots, during their brief reignMary, Queen of Scots, with Francis IIMary, Queen of ScotsMary, Queen of Scots
Mary, Queen of Scots, with her second husband, Lord DarnleyMary Stuart and Lord DarnleyMary, Queen of Scots, with Lord DarnleyMary Stuart and Lord DarnleyApartment of Mary, Queen of Scots, at Holyrood PalaceApartment of Mary, Queen of Scots, at Holyrood PalaceMary, Queen of Scots, with her son James, future King of Scotland and King of EnglandMary, Queen of Scots, and James VI/I
Mary, Queen of Scots, and Queen Elizabeth IMary, Queen of Scots, and Elizabeth, Queen of EnglandMary, Queen of ScotsMary, Queen of ScotsMary, Queen of Scots, ArrestedArrest of Mary, Queen of ScotsMary, Queen of Scots, beheaded at Fotheringay CastleMary, Queen of Scots, Executed
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