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Learn more about Elizabeth I, Mary I, Edward VI, and Lady Jane Grey

 
 

For a moment, it seemed that Henry VIII had his vaunted male heir in young Edward VI, who through his regents tried to establish Protestantism in England, until he sickened and died at 15. He had chosen Lady Jane Grey to succeed him, though she was soon ousted when Catholic Mary took the throne as the first indisputable reigning queen of England, and set about reversing Edward's religious reforms. Only after Mary herself died without an heir, five years later, did Elizabeth come to power, and ultimately eclipsed her father's reign to make "Elizabethan" an even greater signifier than "Tudor." 

 
 
 
 
   
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