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Mary I: England’s most misunderstood queen?

Queen Mary I of England, often referred to as "Bloody Mary," remains a subject of intense debate and scrutiny. Born to King Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, Mary's life was full of dramatic political and religious turmoil. Her reign, lasting from 1553 to 1558, was marked by her attempts to restore Roman Catholicism in England, leading to the persecution of Protestants and earning her the infamous nickname...

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    Why Queen Mary I of England slaughtered hundreds for their religious beliefs

    Why Queen Mary I of England slaughtered hundreds for their religious beliefs

    In the mid-16th century, England became the backdrop for a chilling chapter of religious fervor and fiery executions, known as the Marian …

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