What led to her downfall and execution?

Her downfall and execution were a result of a politically motivated trial. Accused of conspiring against the king and the state, she was found guilty and sentenced to death by beheading. Her downfall can be attributed to a combination of factors including her personal relationships, her involvement in politics, and her gender. Her husband's death and subsequent remarriage to a powerful man were seen as a threat to the ruling monarchy. Additionally, her involvement in political affairs was viewed as meddling in the affairs of state, further increasing the tension between her and the ruling authorities. Ultimately, her gender likely played a significant role in her downfall as well, as women were frequently viewed as disruptive forces in the political landscape during this time period.
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