Margaret Tudor, the Queen Regent, flees from Scotland to England

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Historical Context Note


Margaret Tudor, widow of James IV and Queen Regent of Scotland, flees from Scotland to England under pressure from her pro-French rival the Duke of Albany, who now seizes the position of Regent.
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Editors. "Margaret Tudor, the Queen Regent, flees from Scotland to England". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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