The House of Stuart, originally Stewart and, in Gaelic, Stiùbhart was a European
royal house that originated in Scotland. The dynasty's patrilineal Breton
ancestors had held the office of H...
The Stuarts were the first kings of the United Kingdom. ... The Stuart dynasty
reigned in England and Scotland from 1603 to 1714, a period which saw a ...
Initially rulers of Scotland only, the dynasty also went on to inherit the Kingdoms
of England and Ireland. However, despite the longevity of the Stuart reign and ...
Scotland provided England with a new line of kings, the Stuarts. ... Edinburgh
Castle, Scotland; Parents: Mary, Queen of Scots, and Henry Stewart, Lord
Dec 5, 2013 ... The first Stuart monarch, James I of England and VI of Scotland, succeeded to the
throne of England when Elizabeth I died. He was the son of ...
Dec 28, 2015 ... At the restoration of the monarchy, however, theatres were ... From the late 16th
century to the end of the Stuart dynasty in 1714, there were ...
The Stuarts, that highly romantic but luckless dynasty, succeeded to the English
throne on the death of the childless Tudor Queen Elizabeth I in 1603, in the ...
Jul 20, 1998 ... The House of Stuart (or Stewart) was a Scottish royal dynasty. ... civil war (1642-
51) and an interregnum, or a time without a monarch (1649-60).
Monarchs of the Stuart Dynasty, family history of the Stuart Dynasty, King James I
of England / King James VI of Scotland, Queen Anne, King Charles I, Catherine ...
The royal Stuart dynasty: King James I, King Charles I, King Charles II, King
James II, King William III and Queen Mary II, and Queen Anne.