How long did Queen Elizabeth I rule Ireland?
Elizabeth began her reign in 1558 ruling about 50% of Ireland. By the time of her death in 1603 the English conquest of the whole island had been completed. Her rule of the entire island was relatively brief but she ruled most of it for all of her reign
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The Queen doesn't necessarily have power. Parlaiment is in control, however, she is Queen until she either dies or steps down (Abdicates the throne).
Her elder half-sister Mary (known as Bloody Mary). She was Catholic and despised her sister Elizabeth. Mary married Phillip of Spain, a marriage that did not last long. She was a rather vile woman and had a terrible upbringing for the King Henry VIII.
Elizabeth's Country . Queen Elizabeth I was the ruler of England from 1558 to 1603. Her reign is considered one of England's most notable periods, dubbed the Elizabethan or Golden Age. Because she never married or had children, she was succeeded by James VI of Scotland, son of Mary Queen of Scots…, who later became King James I of England. (MORE)
The baby who wold become Queen Elizabeth I was born on 7th September 1533. She died on 24th March 1603. She lived a total of 25,400 days - just over 69 and a half years..
\n \n\n. A few months short of her 70th birthday. (George the Second became the first monarch since 1066 to reach 70.) \n. \n.
Queen Elizabeth the first ruled for 44 years and 127 days, from the 17th of November 1558 till the 24th of March 1603. 45 years (1558-1603).
Just England and Wales, and the Channel Islands. Scotland at thetime was still an independent kingdom. England then had nocolonies, only a small piece of France, namely Calais and itsimmediate surroundings; a remnant of the posessions in France ofthe first Norman kings of England.
Queen Elizabeth I . Queen Elizabeth I was Queen of England, and held the then, separate title of Queen of Ireland, from 17th November 1558 until her death on 24th March 1603.
Queen Elizabeth ruled England and Wales for 45 years. She ruled from 1558 - 1603. When her time finished King James took over. He ruled from 1603 - 1625. Please do not say that Queen Elizabeth ruled the "United Kingdom" because that did not exist for a hundred years after her death. She was never th…e queen of Scotland, which causes Scottish nationalists to refer to the current queen as "Queen Elizabeth the second of England and the first of Scotland." Good Queen Bess also had claims in Ireland, but it was difficult to establish her authority there. It was for this purpose that she sent the Earl of Essex there to defeat the Irish rebels, something he was too incompetent to do, and his failure led to his downfall and death. (MORE)
The Spanish Armada had been defeated, England started turning protestant and they strated to come together
Answer . Queen Elizabeth I was Queen of England from 17th November 1558 until her death on 24th March 1603.
No. Queen Elizabeth II is the Queen of the United Kingdoms and Northern Ireland, which includes Scotland. She reigns there as Queen, but she does not rule. That is she is the head of state but she cannot command the government.
Queen Elizabeth was Queen of England and Ireland from the 17th of November, 1558 until her death on the 24th of March, 1603. She was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty. She was also known as The Virgin Queen or Good Queen Bess. She was the daughter of Henry VII and Anne Boleyn. Queen El…izabeth had been born a princess, but because her mother, Anne Boleyn, had been executed three years after her birth on accont of adultery and incest, she was put aside and declared illegitimate by her father for her brother, Edward VI, the son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. Edward was only ten years old when he became king, so the kingdom was ruled by a Regency Council, and died five years later of tuberculosis.Queen Elizabeth was cut out of her brother's will, but the will was set aside and her half sister, Mary I, succeeded him briefly. Queen Mary I is also known as Bloody Mary during her reign, due to the fact that she tried to change the country's entire religion to Catholic after her mother's religion, and ended up having to put a lot of people to death because they rose up against her. Queen Mary I is the first daughter of Henry VIII and of his first wife, the Princess of Spain, Catherine of Aragorn. She was supported well by her uncle and relatives in Spain. After her death, and because Mary had not produced any heirs, the throne passed to Elizabeth.Elizabeth was left to clean up the mess that her sister had left her. She ruled for the good of the people, and a lot of people supported her, mostly because she didn't try to change the country's religion and that she set out to rule by good counsel, meaning, all of her decisions were passed through a group of advisors first, to see what they thought, before actually taking place. Elizabeth became famous for the fact that she was the Virgin Queen, the queen that never took a husband or had any children. One of her first moves as queen was to support the establishment of an English Protestant Church, of which she became Supreme Governor. This church later became the well known Church of England.Elizabeth never married or had any children and no one still knows why, though this was very much debated. It was rumored that she might have taken a lover that would not have been approved by her counsel. But either way, as Elizabeth grew older, this was what she became famous for. Her rule was famous and was called the Elizabethian era, famous above all for the new flair for English drama, led by playwrights such as William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe.All in all, in response to the question, Queen Elizabeth I was famous for establishing the Church of England, being one of the first monarchs to rule for the good of the people, rather than on her own whim and will, starting a new era (named after her in her honor) of English drama, and being the Virgin Queen, the queen that never married. (MORE)
She is the head of state, but does not take an active role in the day to day running of Northern Ireland. She is a monarch, not a political leader.
Queen Victoria . The political structure of The British Isles has changed several times, and this can be confusing - even for British people.. Queen Victoria's grandfather, King George III, began his reign on 25th October 1760 as King of Great Britain, and also held the, then separate, title "King… of Ireland.". During his reign, on 1st January 1801, the crowns of Ireland and Great Britain were united and he became King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.. This continued until 1922 when the southern part of Ireland became independent and is now The Republic of Ireland.. Queen Victoria reigned as Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 20th June 1837 until 22nd January 1901 - a total of 64 years. (MORE)
She stayed as a queen for a long time because she never gave up and she always helped people, alot of people liked her so thet is why she kept going, jbut when she was tired and coulnt do more she called it a finish.
Elizabeth I of Britain is one of the countryÃ¢??s most dominantmonarchs, ruling for 45 years and ushering Britain into a period ofmilitary and cultural dominance. She established the Church ofEngland and ruled as a moderate, more religiously tolerant than anyof her siblings.
She didn't. She was only a queen in the sense that she was married to pharaoh Rameses II, but he also had other queens (perhaps 8 or more, who also didn't rule) - she was simply his favourite wife.
There has not been a Queen - or King - of England for over 300 years. England is a part of, but not the same as The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II became Queen on 6th February 1952.
No, ( if you meant elizabeth the first) her half sister Mary (known as Bloody Mary) was.
Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne on 6 February 1952. As of2013, she has therefore reigned for 61 years.
queen elizabeth was queen of england and held the separate title queen of ireland from november 17 "1558 until her death on the 24 of march 1603
Queen Elizabeth I of England was born on 7th September 1533, and was the daughter of Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. She came to the throne on the death of her half-sister Mary I on 17 November 1558. Elizabeth I died on 24 March 1603 having reigned for 44 years and 127 days.
Her Majesty the Queen of Canada is the Canadian head of State. It is said that " the Queen reigns, but does not rule. " The Queen, as head of State, exercises most executive functions of government only on the advice of the Canadian prime minister and ministers. Therefore, though the Queen is head …of State and is vested with the executive government and authority of Canada (as per s. 9 of the Constitution Act, 1867 ), most key decisions rest with the prime minister (the head of Government) who is responsible to the elected House of Commons. (MORE)
Not really, Canada has had British and French Monarchs before, and eventually after independence, Canadian Monarchs.\n. \nQueen Elizabeth II is Canada's Head of State and Queen of Canada. But rarely exercises her vast powers and keeps them for emergencies only.\n. \nThe democratically elected Hous…e of Commons is the one which does the most exercising of Her Majesty's powers. (MORE)
she ruled for 70 years and my opinion about her ruling i think it was powerful. she died march 24 , 1603 :'(
she ruled the uk ,canada ,farklands, isle of man, chanel islands , austaliea and figi
Elizabeth was imprisoned in the Tower of London on 18 March 1554. Then on 22 May she was moved to Woodstock to spend almost a year under house arrest. She returned to court on 17 April 1555.
She ruled her people in a fair and kind way and was not selfish because she listen to what other people had to say and listen to them .
She became Queen on the death of her father in 1952 and was Coronated in 1953. So she has been Queen for 56/57 years.
HM Queen Elizabeth II is still on the throne. She succeeded her father, George VI, in 1952 and still reigns at the age of 83. If however, you meant Elizabeth I. She died in 1603 and was succeeded by a cousin, James VI of Scotland, who became James I of England.
The ship should properly be referred to as Queen Elizabeth 2 as she is named after the first ship, not the reigning monarch. Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) is 963 feet long.
She succeeded to the throne in February 1952, was crowned in June 1953, and is still in the chair as we speak.
Elizabeth I (1533 - 1603) died on 24 March1603 after nearly 45 years on the throne, without issue and a cousin, James VI of Scotland (later James I), succeeded to the throne. James I (1566 - 1625) was the great, great grandson of King Henry VII (1457 - 1509), the first Tudor monarch and father of… Henry VIII (1491 - 1547). This line of descent was through Margaret Tudor (1489 - 1541), oldest daughter of Henry VII, who married James IV of Scotland. In fact, both parents of James I, were descended from Margaret Tudor. His mother being the ill-fated Mary, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587), and his father, the equally ill-fated, Lord Henry Darnley (1545 - 1567). (MORE)
Queen Mary I of England (Mary Tudor) reigned as Queen of England for five years and approximately 4 months before her death. Elizabeth took the throne after Mary's death.
Anne Boleyn never "ruled", her husband King Henry VIII did, but she was his queen consort for three years and 3 months from her coronation as queen consort in May 1533 till her beheading in May 1536. .
No. She carries on the tradition of royalty, a tradition which dates back more than a thousand years on the British Isles. Nowadays, it is the Prime Minister and Parliament who rule England, Great Britain (the U.K.).
There is an age-old bitterness toward England in Ireland. It is gradually diminishing as generations pass, but it still exists. And no none wants and "ugly incidents" while the Queen is there.
Queen Elizabeth the First ruled England and Wales. Queen Elizabeth the Second rules the United Kingdom, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Queen Elizabeth I ruled after her sister Mary. She was in line for the thrown.
King James. We have a river named for him right here in Virginia. We did have a town, Jamestown the first capitol of Virginia. There is even a version of the Bible that is named for King James. King James IV and I.
The country and the people started to have a better perspective of what the word "english" means. In other words, the seed of national identity in Great Britain was about to grow.
Queen Elizabeth II does not rule anyone. She is the reigning monarch of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (she is not The Queen of England) and 15 other realms. She is also the head of the Commonwealth of Nations which includes the 16 realms over which she reigns and 38 o…ther countries which were mostly former parts of The British Empire. (MORE)
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From the 6th of Febuary 2013 HM Queen Elizabeth II has been Queen for 61 years. On the 4th September 2015 the Queen will surpass Queen Victoria as the longest reigning british Monarch.
No. She is the queen of the United Kingdom, which includes England,but does not include Ireland. Ireland is an independent country. Itis a republic, so it has a president. Northern Ireland is part ofthe United Kingdom, so she is the queen of there.
Queen Elizabeth, who is also known as Elizaeth I, has ruled over the United Kingdom (UK) not just England for more than 73 years. She was established in 1485 and ascended to the throne in 1558 to Henry VII.
Queen Elizabeth accomplished many things during her reign. increased trade, defeated England, gave her famous speech before the Spanish Armada and many things more
In February 2015, Queen Elizabeth will have been queen for anastonishing 63 years. She is Head of State of the UK and 15 otherCommonwealth realms.
Yes - Although Eire (Southern Ireland) is separate from the UnitedKingdom, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is still their Head ofState. This is because Eire is still part of the British Isles.