Richard III

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Church window of Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York, in St Laurence's Church in Ludlow, England. Father of Edward IV and Richard III Tudor History, European History, British History, Ancient History, Asian History, Uk History, History Class, Ancient Aliens, American History

Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York: Important Figure During the War of the Roses

September 21, 1411 was a day that changed history. The birth of Richard, Duke of York, led to the start of the War of the Roses and a royal bloodline that has been connected to him in some way since.

ROBERT HARDMAN watches as Richard III is taken to last resting place Procession: Crowds up to ten deep line the streets of Leicester yesterday to watch Richard's coffin borne on a horse-drawn gun carriage Uk History, Tudor History, British History, Asian History, History Facts, Richard Iii, Battle Of Bosworth Field, Leicester Cathedral, Anne Neville

Richard III's remains begin five day journey to final resting place | Daily Mail Online

Richard III's prayer book, found in his tent after the Battle of Bosworth field

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Early on Leicester Cathedral appointed a Liturgy Committee to come up with a plan for the reinterment of Richard III. The result has now been revealed.

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Richard's Banner, Leicester Cathedral, Leicester, England, April 2015

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Richard III banner in St James, Sutton Cheney, where Richard III is reputed to have taken his last mass before the Battle of Bosworth.  Richard III was the founder of the College of Arms in 1484 and his personal coat of arms was of great significance to himself.  Blue, or azure meant truth and loyalty // Maroon, sanguine or murray meant patience in battle yet victorious // The boar meant bravery, fights to the death // White or silver meant peace and sincerity Richard Iii, James Sutton, Medieval Banner, Edward Iv, Crusader Knight, Commonplace Book, Plantagenet, Wars Of The Roses, Wild Boar

Richard III banner

Richard III banner in St James, Sutton Cheney, where Richard III is reputed to have taken his last mass before the Battle of Bosworth. Richard III was the founder of the College of Arms in 1484 and his personal coat of arms was of great significance to himself. Blue, or azure meant truth and loyalty // Maroon, sanguine or murray meant patience in battle yet victorious // The boar meant bravery, fights to the death // White or silver meant peace and sincerity

Replica of the crown that King Richard III wore on top of his helmet, so that Henry Tudor would be able to find him on the field at The Battle of Bosworth. Interestingly enough, Richard III died that day.

King Richard's helmet at the Tower, London

Richard III's remains begin a five day journey to his final resting place in Leicester Cathedral Uk History, Tudor History, European History, British History, World History, History Facts, Asian History, Strange History, Richard Iii

ROBERT HARDMAN watches as Richard III is taken to last resting place

In one of the strangest royal processions in history, the remains of Richard III progressed through Leicester, with the king making his way past KFC, McDonald’s and the rest.

Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth (Original) (Signed) by British History (Peter Jackson) at The Book Palace Richard Iii, Armadura Medieval, Battle Of Bosworth Field, Anne Neville, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, Ancient History, Warrior King

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'Demonised' Richard III was actually quite a looker, expert claims Asian History, Women In History, British History, History Of England, Tudor History, King Richard 111, Strange History, History Facts, Family Tree With Pictures

'Demonised' Richard III was actually quite a looker, expert claims

Shakespeare may have taken some liberties

The fate of the Princes in the Tower fascinates us. But who gain most from their disappearance? Their uncle Richard III, vilified by the Tudors and William Shakespeare? Or was it Henry Tudor? King Richard 111, Adele, Battle Of Bosworth Field, Anne Neville, English Monarchs, Edward Iv, Elizabeth Woodville, Jeanne D'arc, Plantagenet

Did Richard III Really Murder the Princes in the Tower?

The fate of the Princes in the Tower fascinates us. But who gain most from their disappearance? Their uncle Richard III, vilified by the Tudors and William Shakespeare? Or was it Henry Tudor?

Built in the this manor house can be found at Hemingford Grey in Cambridgeshire. It is also one of the oldest continuously inhabited houses in Britain, and much of the original house remains intact despite various changes over the last 900 years. James Park, King Richard, King Henry, Henry Viii, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, Ancient History, Medieval Life

12 buildings in use today that were around when King Richard III was on the throne