Mary Queen of Scots

Discover the life of Mary Queen of Scots (1542-1587) through a series of expert articles covering Mary's reign, personal possessions, the places where she lived and her imprisonment in England.

A new feature film, Mary Queen of Scots, to be released in December 2018 has a cast of stars including Saoirse ...

19/03/2018

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An area of derelict land in the centre of St Andrews could soon become a public poetry garden with a statue of ...

09/03/2018

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Mary Queen of Scots was executed at Fotheringay Castle on 8 February 1587, after almost twenty years in captivity. ...

08/02/2018

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Roy Calley explores a fifty-mile horseback journey made by Mary Queen of Scots to reach the injured Earl of ...

04/01/2018

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Was Mary Queen of Scots guilty of involvement in the murder of her second husband, Henry Lord Darnley? Robert ...

11/12/2017

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Learn about the tomb of Mary Queen of Scots in Westminster Abbey, the final resting place of the Stewart Queen who ...

27/11/2017

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The Marie Stuart Society carries out a range of activities to promote awareness of the life and legacy of Mary ...

13/09/2017

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Dr Alison Burke, curator at Blairs Museum, shares the history of a painting which depicts the execution of Mary ...

06/09/2017

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Henry Stuart, styled as Lord Darnley until 1565, was the son of Matthew Stuart, 4th Earl of Lennox, and his wife, ...

04/09/2017

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Falkland Palace provided the young Mary Queen of Scots with the opportunity to indulge her passion for sport and ...

31/08/2017

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The 2017 Mary Queen of Scots Festival will take place in Kinross on 2 and 3 September, celebrating the area's ...

27/08/2017

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Dr Anna Groundwater assesses the current state of scholarship regarding the life and reign of Mary Queen of ...

14/08/2017

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