How Did Queen Elizabeth Die in 1603?


Queen Elizabeth I died at Richmond Palace in 1603 of blood poisoning. Although she is thought to have died of natural causes, her facial powder contained arsenic. She used to wear many inches of the powder to remain white as she aged and so she poisoned herself unknowingly.
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Queen Elizabeth died of smallpox in 1562. Queen Elizabeth ruled for forty five years and set the stage for England's future government as a stable monarchy. Look here for more information
She didn't have a daughter that died. The only daughter she has is anne.
After Queen Elizabeth I's reign ended in 1603, James
Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland, fell sick in March 1603 and died on March 24 at age of 69.
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