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People/Characters: Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland

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All the Queen's Men: Elizabeth I and Her Courtiers by Neville Williams
Between Two Queens by Kate Emerson
Game of Queens: The Women Who Made Sixteenth-Century Europe by Sarah Gristwood
Henry VII by S. B. Chrimes
Henry VIII by Jasper Ridley
James IV by Norman Macdougall
Keeper of the King's Secrets by Michelle Diener
KING HARRY'S SISTER: Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland. by Michael Glenne
The Lost Tudor Princess: The Life of Lady Margaret Douglas by Alison Weir
Margaret Tudor: The Life of Henry VIII's Sister by Melanie Clegg
My Lady Glamis by Pamela Hill
The Rose and the Thorn: The Lives of Mary and Margaret Tudor by Nancy Lenz Harvey
The Rose, Red & White by Betty King
Scottish Queens 1034-1714 by Rosalind K. Marshall
The Sisters of Henry VIII: The Tumultuous Lives of Margaret of Scotland and Mary of France by Mary Perry
Six of One: A Tudor Riff by JoAnn Spears
The Thistle and the Rose by Jean Plaidy
The Thistle and the Rose: The Sisters of Henry VIII by Hester W. Chapman
Until You by Bertrice Small
The White Rose Murders by Michael Clynes
Winter King: The Dawn of Tudor England by Thomas Penn

Character description

Margaret Tudor (1489–1541), elder sister of King Henry VIII of England, was married in 1503 to James IV, King of Scots. After his death, she married Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus; and when that marriage soured, she obtained a divorce and married again. She acted for a time as Regent for her son, James V.

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