Test: AP European History


Initially, how were the monarchies of England and Scotland united?

Edward I conquered the rebellion led by William Wallace and assumed the Scottish throne.

Malcolm III of Scotland took control of England when London fell to the Scots in 1637.

The English monarch died without having produced an heir, and the closest relative was the King of Scotland.

Pope Alexander III negotiated the merger between the English Parliament and the Scottish nobles.

King Henry VIII of England married Queen Mary of Scotland and together they held a joint monarchy over the newly combined kingdom.

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