Anne, Queen of England


Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses. . 2001.

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  • Neville, Anne, Queen of England — (c. 1453–1485)    Anne Neville was the younger daughter of Richard NEVILLE, earl of Warwick, and the wife and queen of RICHARD III. In 1470, her father married her to Prince EDWARD OF LANCASTER to seal an alliance with the house of LANCASTER and… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • Anne, Queen of Great Britain — Queen Anne redirects here. For other uses, see Queen Anne (disambiguation). Anne …   Wikipedia

  • Queen of England — noun the sovereign ruler of England • Hypernyms: ↑queen, ↑queen regnant, ↑female monarch • Instance Hyponyms: ↑Anne, ↑Elizabeth, ↑Elizabeth I, ↑Elizabeth II, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • ANNE, QUEEN —    daughter of James II.; by the union of Scotland with England during her reign in 1707 became the first sovereign of the United Kingdom; her reign distinguished by the part England played in the war of the Spanish succession and the number of… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • ELIZABETH, QUEEN OF ENGLAND —    (1658 1603), daughter of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn, born in Greenwich Palace; was an indefatigable student in her youth; acquired Greek and Latin, and a conversational knowledge of German and French; the Pope s opposition to her succession… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Margaret of France, Queen of England and Hungary — For other people of the same name, see Margaret of France (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Margaret of France, Queen of England. Margaret of France Junior Queen consort of the English Tenure 1170 – 11 June 1183 …   Wikipedia

  • Margaret of France, Queen of England — For other people of the same name, see Margaret of France (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Margaret of France, Queen of England and Hungary. Margaret of France Queen consort of England Tenure …   Wikipedia

  • Margaret of Anjou, Queen of England — (1430–1482)    Queen Margaret of Anjou, wife of HENRY VI, was the effective leader of the house of LANCASTER from the mid 1450s to 1471. The daughter of René, duke of Anjou, a French nobleman with unrealized claims to various European Crowns,… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • Elizabeth I, Queen of England — ( 15 3 3 1603 )    consolidated the Church of England around the via media    During her long reign (1558 1603), Elizabeth I consolidated the Protestant character of England. She refashioned the Church of England as a compromise between Roman… …   Encyclopedia of Protestantism

  • Elizabeth of York, Queen of England — (1465–1503)    Through her marriage to HENRY VII, Elizabeth of York, eldest daughter of EDWARD IV, sealed a union of the houses of LANCASTER and YORK that came to symbolize the end of the WARS OF THE ROSES and the legitimacy of the house of TUDOR …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

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