Mary Queen of Scots monogram embroidery

Mary Queen of Scots monogram tapestry. If I could have a day of needlework and conversation with anyone it would be Mary.

The Interior of the Spice Cabinet at Hardwick Hall  A gift from Mary Queen of Scots to Bess

The Interior of the Spice Cabinet at Hardwick Hall A gift from Mary Queen of Scots to Bess Hardwick

Tapestries by Bess of Hardwick and Mary, Queen of Scots whilst in captivity.

Oxburgh Hall - Tapestries by Bess of Hardwick and Mary, Queen of Scots whilst in captivity.

Hanging - The Marian Hanging. Embroidered by Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth Talbot (Bess of Hardwick).

The Marian Hanging

The Marian Hanging Made by Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth Talbot, countess of Shrewsbury. Silk velvet with applied panels of canvaswork embroidered in silks and silver-gilt thread.

Family tree of Mary Queen of Scots, c.1603 | Top row – James… | Flickr

1603 English: Genealogical chart tracing the Tudor roots of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots & her son James VI of Scotland & I of England (oil on canvas) Parham Park, Nr Pulborough, West Sussex, UK / Photo © Mark Fiennes / The Bridgeman Art Library

This is an original press photo. Queen Margrethe of Denmark has ordered that the third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots should receive a proper burial, nearly 400 years after his death. This photo shows the mummified body of James, Earl of Bothwell, who was forced into exile and died at Dragsholm Castle in 1578.

James, Earl of Bothwell, who was forced into exile and died at Dragsholm Castle in Queen Margrethe of Denmark has ordered that the third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots should receive a proper burial, nearly 400 years after his death.

Wedding ring of Henry Darnley and Mary Queen of Scots, which was found in Fotheringay Castle finger, adding,  and of the Holy Ghost ...

Wedding ring of Henry Darnley and Mary Queen of Scots, which was found in Fotheringay Castle finger, adding, and of the Holy Ghost .

Mary Queen of Scots Necklace (photo: linlithgowgazette.co.uk)

Mary Queen of Scots Pearl Necklace on Display A NECKLACE that once belonged to Linlithgow’s most famous daughter Mary Queen of Scots will go on display

Mary of Guise 1515–1560-Queen consort of Scotland & mother of Mary, Queen of Scots. 1st Mary married Louis II d'Orléans, Duke of Longueville. The union was happy, but brief. James V had noticed the attractions of Mary when he went to France to meet Madeleine, & Mary was next in his affections.  James's mother Margaret Tudor wrote to Henry VIII, "I trust she will prove a wise Princess. I have been much in her company, & she bears herself very honourably to me, with very good entertaining.”

Portrait of Mary of Guise (1515-60) Queen of Scotland from "Memoirs of Court of Queen Elizabeth"

Mary of Guise consort of Scotland & mother of Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary married Louis II d'Orléans, Duke of Longueville.- wearing ermine fur on her sleeves

James Stewart, Earl of Mory, brother of Mary, Queen of Scots, grandson of Margaret Tudor (c. 1531 – 11 January 1570)[1], a member of the House of Stewart, was Regent of Scotland from 1567 until  his assassination in 1570.

James Stewart, Earl of Moray, brother of Mary, Queen of Scots, grandson of Margaret Tudor (c. 1531 – 11 January He was Regent of Scotland from 1567 until his assassination in

Mary Queen of Scots Escapes from Loch Leven Castle

Mary Queen of Scots Escapes from Loch Leven Castle

Crucifix and rosary said to have belonged to Mary, Queen of Scots (1587)

Crucifix and rosary said to have belonged to Mary Queen of Scots This uses small spacer beads and has no slack.

EXCERPT: Placard denouncing the adultery between Mary Queen of Scots and James Hepburn, 4th earl of Bothwell. This anonymous placard was one of many plastered throughout Edinburgh during the fateful spring of 1567. The mermaid symbolized a prostitute; the hare was Bothwell's insignia. The initials 'I H' refer to his full name, James Hepburn. 'M R', of course, stands for Maria Regina. Mary was devastated by this sort of anonymous slander. Her reputation in Scotland never recovered.

Mermaid and Hare: anonymous placard denouncing the alleged adultery between Mary, Queen of Scots and James Hepburn, earl of Bothwell, plastered throughout Edinburgh

Defiance and fear of Mary, Queen of Scots revealed in letter to Vatican sent months before execution: Mary sent a letter begging for her life to Sixtus V. It is now among 100 of the most historically significant items due to go on display in Rome. She wrote the missive from her prison cell at Fotheringay Castle, Northamptonshire. Written in French, she asks for forgiveness for her sins but also speaks out against falsehoods.

Defiance and fear of Mary Queen of Scots revealed in letter to Vatican sent months before execution

Defiance and fear of Mary, Queen of Scots revealed in letter to Vatican sent months before execution: Mary sent a letter begging for her life to Sixtus V. It is now among 100 of the most historically significant items due to go on display in Rome. She wrote the missive from her prison cell at Fotheringay Castle, Northamptonshire. Written in French, she asks for forgiveness for her sins but also speaks out against falsehoods.

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