This is not in the Bible. But there are some answers in the spiritual vision of Anne Catherine Emmerich. Mary died around age 69 in a different areas away from Jeru…salem...as there were troubles there for Jesus followers. More info found in above readings...can be found on-line.
The question is not how, but if. Since the early Church, there has been extensive speculation on whether or not the Blessed Virgin died. In the Eastern Churches, it has always… been believed that the Blessed Virgin underwent Dormition, that she slept instead of dying. The Western Church has debated the matter. The argument against Mary's death is generally that because she was without sin and its effects (she is the Immaculate Conception), she would not die naturally (neither would Christ have died naturally, but He was crucified). The argument that she did die takes this into account and states that, wishing to be like her Son, she chose to die. In the mid-1900's, following the devastating holocaust and numerous other attacks against human dignity, Ven. Pope Pius XII sought to define dogmatically the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the long-standing belief of the Church that she was taken directly to heaven, body and soul, as a way of reaffirming human dignity due to God's calling all mankind to heaven. Many theologians looked forward to the proclamation, expecting that the debate would finally be settled. Their expectations were disappointed; the proclamation Munificentissimus Deus (#44) stated "that the Immaculate Mother of God, the ever Virgin Mary, having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory." The formal definition of the dogma of the Assumption gives no answer to the matter of whether Mary died, but avoids it completely by placing it in terms of the end of her life, rather than the moment of her death, dormition, or any other clear terms.
In 1934 at the age of 64
Mary I of England aka Bloody Mary died. She was not killed. She died at St. James's Palace on 17th November 1558. Mary was Queen for 44 years. Mary I died after a false pr…egnancy, and probably therefore of ovarian cancer. Mary Tudor probably died of cancer.
Marie Tharp is an important person because she was the 1st female underwater map maker
Her kingdom was attacked and an arrow hit her heart during the attack. The arrow still has her blood on it.
She hasn't yet.
She was a very talented dancer and choreographer. She made many dances that were popular including Movn' Out. She has won many awards and is very accomplished.
Mary I died in london at sanit james palce in may 1558. mary died from an serios illnes called INFLUENZA
Yes, seeing how she was born in the sixteenth century, it would be remarkable if she had not by now.
Marie Tharp was born on July 30, 1920.
Norman Tharp died on April 2, 1921, in London, England, UK.
Sister Rosetta Tharpe died on October 9, 1973, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Catherine Tharp Altvater died in 1984.