Mary, Queen of Scots: The Scottish years
Rosemary Goring explores the ill-fated years Mary, Queen of Scots spent in her home country, revealing her connections to Scotland’s grand palaces and dank battlefields
Mary, Queen of Scots became queen when she was only six days old, but her reign had collapsed by the time she was 24. Speaking to Rhiannon Davies, Rosemary Goring explores the queen’s tumultuous Scottish years, examining her reign through her connections to various locations in Scotland, from grand palaces to dank battlefields.
Rosemary Goring is the author of Homecoming: The Scottish Years of Mary, Queen of Scots (Birlinn, 2022)
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