England's Queen Mary I was the fourth monarch of the Tudor dynasty, whose five-year reign was marked by a brief return to Catholicism in the midst of the English Reformation. She was the only child? Mary is the mother of Jesus of Nazareth in Christian and Islamic scriptures. Catholicism and some other Christian traditions honor her as a special saint, the "blessed virgin," who hears and acts? (Encyclopedia) Mari, city, Turkmenistan: see Mary. (Encyclopedia) Mary, in the New Testament. 1 Mary, the Virgin. 2 Mary Magdalene. 3 Wife of Cleophas. 4 Mary of Bethany, sister of Lazarus and Martha. She sat at Jesus' feet while Martha served.? (Encyclopedia) Mary or Marimr?, city (1991 pop. 94,900), capital of Mary region, SE Turkmenistan. Lying in a large oasis of the Kara Kum desert, on the Murgab River delta, Mary is the center of a? (Encyclopedia) Mary, in the Bible, mother of Jesus. Christian tradition reckons her the principal saint, naming her variously the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Lady, and Mother of God (Gr., theotokos).? (Encyclopedia) Maris mr?s, three Dutch painters, who were brothers. Jacob or Jakob Maris, 1837?99, the most celebrated, painted domestic interiors but is particularly famous for his vigorous? (Encyclopedia) Marie m?r?, 1875?1938, queen of Romania, consort of Ferdinand. The daughter of Alfred, duke of Edinburgh and of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, she was the granddaughter of Czar Alexander II of? (Encyclopedia) Mari mr?, ancient city of Mesopotamia (modern Syria). It is on the middle Euphrates, south of its junction with the Habor (Khabur). The site was discovered by chance in the early? (Encyclopedia) Mary I (Mary Tudor), 1516?58, queen of England (1553?58), daughter of Henry VIII and Katharine of Aragn.
While Mary was a child, various husbands were proposed for her??