Tudor Times Insights: James IV, King of Scots £3.00
James IV was one of the most successful of all the Kings of Scotland. He expanded the reach of the Crown, began to build a navy, and increased the importance of Scotland in the eyes of Europe. He was also a man of wide-ranging intellectual tastes, who had a grand vision of what he wanted to achieve. Unfortunately, he was cut down in his prime at the bloody field of Flodden, killed by the army of his brother-in-law, Henry VIII of England.
Tudor Times Insights are short but comprehensive introductions to Tudor and Stewart personalities.
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