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History Scotland Quiz - Mary Queen of Scots

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How well do you know the life of Mary, Queen of Scots? Find out in the first of our weekly quizzes…
 
Q1. Who held out Edinburgh Castle for Mary following her imprisonment?

 
Q2. What relationship did Mary bear to Henry VII of England?

 
Q3. What were the surnames of ‘the Four Marys’?

 
Q4. Whom did Mary declare an outlaw within a week of her wedding to Darnley?

 
Q5. In which church did Mary marry the Dauphin of France?

 
Q6. What two titles were conferred upon Lord Darnley by Mary, just before his marriage to her?

 
Q7. What title was given to Bothwell by Mary just before he married her?

 
Q8. Who was the last regent before King James VI assumed power?

 
Q9. Where did Bothwell and Mary see each other for the last time?

 
Q10. What happened to Archbishop Hamilton after Dumbarton Castle was taken?

 

 

HOW WELL DID YOU DO? Click here for the answers…

 

 


Questions taken from The Scottish Quiz Book published by Waverley Publishing at £5.99 – a collection of 3,000 thematically arranged questions covering all aspects of Scotland’s life.


 

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