Who Took the Throne after Queen Elizabeth 1st?

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On 24 March 1603 after the death of Queen Elizabeth I, King James I became King of England and Ireland by inheriting the English and Irish crown and thereby united the Crown of the Kingdom of Scotland with the crown of the Kingdoms of England and. James I continued to reign in all three kingdoms until his death in 1625, but based himself in England (the largest of the three realms).
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