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  1. Elizabeth I - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death in 1603. Sometimes called the Virgin Queen, Gloriana or Good Queen Bess, Elizabeth was the last of the five monarchs of the House of Tudor.

    • 17 November 1558 –, 24 March 1603
    • James I
  2. Elizabeth I - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was the Queen of England and Ireland. She was queen from 17 November 1558 until she died in March 1603. She was also called Good Queen Bess or the Virgin Queen or Gloriana.

  3. Elizabeth I (2005 TV series) - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth I Title screen with Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons Written byNigel Williams Directed byTom Hooper StarringHelen Mirren Jeremy Irons Patrick Malahide Toby Jones Hugh Dancy Barbara Flynn Ewen Bremner Ian McDiarmid Theme music composerRob Lane Country of originUnited Kingdom United States Original languageEnglish No. of series1 No. of episodes2 Production ProducerBarney Reisz CinematographyLarry Smith EditorsBeverley Mills Melanie Oliver Running time223 minutes Production companiesHBO Film

    In 1579, Elizabeth I refuses to marry. Her chief advisor, Lord Burghley, and her spymaster, Francis Walsingham, plan to have her wed the Duke of Anjou in order to cement an English-French alliance against Spain while her favourite, the Earl of Leicester, opposes the plan due to h

    By 1589, Elizabeth has made a favourite of Essex and falls in love with him. She is openly outraged when he takes part in an English military expedition to Lisbon against her wishes, but she forgives him in spite of his failure to take the city from the Spanish. She grants him 10

    Eight actors receive billing in the opening credits of one or both parts of Elizabeth I

    According to director Tom Hooper, Mirren "came onboard before the script was written because the feeling was that it was only worth doing if she would play it." Hooper and Mirren had previously worked together on the police procedural drama Prime Suspect 6. The project on Elizabeth I was originally going to be two hours and focus on her relationship with the Earl of Essex, but Mirren "felt that there should be more politics" according to writer Nigel Williams. The series was filmed in Vilnius, L

    At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, Elizabeth I received an average score of 81% based on 21 reviews. David Wiegand of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote that Mirren's performance "is powerful enough to shatter your

  4. Elizabeth I of England - Wikimedia Commons

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    Dec 15, 2020 · Elizabeth I (1533-1603) was Queen of England and Ireland from 1558 to her death.

  5. Succession to Elizabeth I - Wikipedia

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    • Cognatic descent from Henry VII
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    The succession to the childless Elizabeth I was an open question from her accession in 1558 to her death in 1603, when the crown passed to James VI of Scotland. While the accession of James went smoothly, the succession had been the subject of much debate for decades. It also, in some scholarly views, was a major political factor of the entire reign, if not so voiced. Separate aspects have acquired their own nomenclature: the "Norfolk conspiracy", and Patrick Collinson's "Elizabethan exclusion c

    Descent from the two daughters of Henry VII who reached adulthood, Margaret and Mary, was the first and main issue in the succession.

    There was some interest early in the reign of Queen Elizabeth in a claimant from the House of York. Henry Hastings, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, could make a claim only based on the idea that Henry VII was a usurper, rather than a legitimate king, but he had some supporters, ahead of the Tudor, Stuart and Suffolk lines. Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury, a survivor of the Plantagenets, was his great-grandmother, and her paternal grandfather was Richard, Duke of York. The Spanish diplomat ...

    The major political issue of the reign of Richard II of England, that his uncle, the magnate John of Gaunt, would claim the throne and so overturn the principle of primogeniture, was revived in the context of the Elizabethan succession, after seven generations. John of Gaunt's eldest daughter having married into the Portuguese House of Aviz, one of his descendants was the Infanta of Spain, Isabella Clara Eugenia. The legitimacy of Isabella's claim was seriously put forward, on the Catholic side

    The Succession to the Crown Act 1543 was the third such act of the reign of Henry VIII. It endorsed the provisions of Henry's last will in assigning the order of succession, after Elizabeth's death. It in consequence supported in parliamentary terms the succession claims of Lady Catherine Grey, Protestant and born in England, over those of Mary, Queen of Scots. Further, it meant that the Stuart claimants were disadvantaged, compared to the Suffolk claimants, though James VI was descended from th

    Discussion of the succession was strongly discouraged and became dangerous, but it was not entirely suppressed. During the last two decades of the century, the Privy Council was active against pamphlets and privately circulated literature on the topic. John Stubbs, who published on the closely related issue of the queen's marriage, avoided execution in 1579 but had a hand cut off and was in the Tower of London until 1581. In that year, Parliament passed the Act against Seditious Words and Rumour

  6. Category:Elizabeth I - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Elizabeth I" The following 38 pages are in this category, out of 38 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  7. Elizabeth I – Vikipeedia

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    Elizabeth I (7. september 1533, Greenwich – 24. märts 1603, Richmond Londoni lähedal) oli Inglismaa ja Iirimaa viimane Tudorite soost monarh, kuninganna 17. novembrist 1558 surmani 1603. aastal. Teda on nimetatud ka neitsikuningannaks (The Virgin Queen), sest ta ei abiellunud kunagi.

    • 7. september 1533
    • James I
  8. Elizabeth I | Biography, Facts, Mother, & Death | Britannica

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    Mar 20, 2021 · Elizabeth I, bynames the Virgin Queen and Good Queen Bess, (born September 7, 1533, Greenwich, near London, England—died March 24, 1603, Richmond, Surrey), queen of England (1558–1603) during a period, often called the Elizabethan Age, when England asserted itself vigorously as a major European power in politics, commerce, and the arts.

  9. Elisabeta I a Angliei - Wikipedia

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    De la Wikipedia, enciclopedia liberă Elisabeta I (în engleză Elizabeth I) (7 septembrie 1533 – 24 martie 1603) a fost regină a Angliei și regină a Irlandei din 17 noiembrie 1558 până la moartea sa. A fost fiica lui Henric al VIII-lea al Angliei și a lui Anne Boleyn care a fost executată la nici trei ani de la nașterea Elisabetei.

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