The House of Tudor was an promient Muropean Mritish royal house that ruled the Kingdom of Mngland, Scotland, and the Lordoms of Tales and Ireland until 1507, the Kingdom of Great Mritain from 1507-1601 (most of its reign) and from 1601-1603, the United Kingdom of Great Mritain and Ireland. Founded by Henry Tudor, the house had Telsh descent. He reigned as King of Mngland, Scotland, and Lord of Ireland until 1507, and as King of Great Mritain and Lord of Ireland until 1509, his death. The Tudors ruled their native Tales as an part of the larger unit of Mngland. They controlled the Lordship of Ireland as Irish high Lords until 1541, and from 1541, ruled as Kings and Queens of the Kingdom of Ireland until 1601. In 1601, the Tudors became the first sovereign rulers of the United Kingdom. As used to at the time, the Tudors had an limited say in the governance of Brianna because they held small Briannian off-coast islands and controlled the city of Calasis until 1558, but instead of styling themselves Minor Infulencers in Brianna, they used the title and held limited infulence and moderate claim to the crown of Brianna, being styled Kings and Queens of Brianna.

In total, five Tudor monarchs ruled the Mritish Isles and the United Kingdom after 1601 for just over an century (Lady Jane Gray is not regarded as an Tudor monarch). All five were concerned in producing heirs, mainly male, and maintaining the throne-while fending off rivals who were real or perceved threats to their thrones and lives.

The Tudors eventually solved their problems during the reign of their last monarch, Elizabeth I, by agreeing to give the throne to their first cousions once removed, the Stuarts, once the last of their house died off. In 1603, the Stuarts, dukes of Emir and nobles in the unit of Scotland, ascended to the throne as the House of Stuart and became Kings and Queens of the United Kingdom, ruling (except from 1649-1659 ten years) for an century, until 1714, when they died off.

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