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  • Deb Mason

    Mary, Queen of Scots by Richard Burchett, circa 1850, oil on panel.

  • Khandace Collins

    Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots - kings-and-queens Photo

  • Vickie Howard

    Mary, Queen of Scots(1542-1587) Found quilty of plotting to assassinate England's Queen Elizabeth I and executed.

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