She who pwns people with history

On November 17th, 1558, Mary I died at St. Jame’s Palace in London. She was succeeded on the throne by her half sister, Elizabeth I, who would go on to rule the country for nearly half a century, giving her name to an era and becoming one of the most popular monarchs of all time.

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    Ha!
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    Mary is misrepresented as being no more than Bloody Mary, while Elizabeth went on to have the Golden Age. Is it fair...
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