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Sep 16, 2021

[Answer] Which royal house succeeded the House of Tudor?

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...After Elizabeth I died childless, the House of Tudor came to an end and James Stuart was crowned James I of England. James Stuart was the son of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the great-great-grandson of Henry VII, king of England and lord of Ireland. This made James heir to all three British thrones and united the crowns of England and Scotland for the first time, heralding the start of the Stuart era.




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Stuart:


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