The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 is also referred to as the Gunpowder Treason Plot. This plot was a plot to blow up James the First. One can learn more specifics about this plot on the History website.
the gunpowder plot started in 1605
1605 CE was the year of the Gunpowder Plot. The Gunpowder plot was an attempt to assassinate James I and place a Catholic monarch back on the throne.
In a word, betrayal.
5 November 1605 .
England, 1605. November the 5th: The Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London. And the gunpowder plot was an event not a place.
House of Lords, London, 1605
omg the gunpowder plot didn't even happen so how could it affect people
It happened on the 5th of November 1605.
The gunpowder plot was on nov 5th 1605.The Gunpowder Plot was a failed assassination attempt by a group of English Catholics against King James I of England. The plot intended to kill the king, his family, and most of the Protestant aristocracy by blowing up the House of Parliment on 5 November 1605 and that's why they always sing the song 'remember remember the fifth of November gunpowder,treason or plot!!
To kill James the first and get a catholic King or Queen put in his place.
The play Macbeth alludes to the Plot
The King and all his men, the members of parliament.
5th November 1605 remember remember the 5th of November
Macbeth's references to "equivocators" could be a reference to the defences put up by those accused in the Gunpowder Plot, which they specifically called "equivocating".
He was a co conspirator. After the discovery of the plot, Percy was killed at Holbeche House on November 8, 1605.
The target of the gunpowder plot in 1605 was: the House Of Lords. Now these days we celebrate that event on the 5th of November. The poem is:"Remember, remember the 5th of November.The Gunpowder treason and plots.I know no reason why gunpowder treason shall ever be forgot"
Guy Fawkes attempted the Gunpowder Plot in 1605
Remember, remember, the Fifth of November... And keep memories alive of 1605!
Guy Fawkes Day is 05 Nov. He is the most famous member of the Gunpowder Plot (1605)
He was part of a failed assasination attempt against King James I in 1605. It is known at "The Gunpowder Plot."
Some people have suggested that Shakespeare's Macbeth was connected with the Gunpowder Plot. It was certainly written at about that time and contains a reference to the "Great Equivocator," Henry Garnet.
Around 1606. The play appears to allude to the Gunpowder Plot of November 1605. Its first known performance was in 1610.
What with all this 'Remember, remember, the 5th of November...', It really should be no big surprise, That the year in fact, was 1605.
The gunpowder plot is where somone made a plot with gunpowder