The facial reconstruction of Richard III produced by University of Dundee and funded by the Richard III Society

The facial reconstruction of King Richard III produced by University of Dundee and funded by the Richard III Society

Richard III (2 October 1452 – 22 August 1485) was King of England for two years, from 1483 until his death in 1485 in the Battle of Bosworth Field. He was the last king of the House of York and the last of the Plantagenet dynasty. His defeat at Bosworth Field, the decisive battle of the Wars of the Roses, is sometimes regarded as the end of the Middle Ages in England.

Richard III of England - The earliest surviving portrait of Richard (c. after a lost original), formerly belonging to the Paston family (Society of Antiquaries, London).

Richard III tomb design. The Richard III Society said the design had been worked on for several years.

Richard III tomb design revealed

The Officially Commissioned Tomb Design for King Richard III - Tomb Gallery - Lost in Castles

Reference: King Richard III: Facts & Biography Kim Ann Zimmermann, LiveScience Contributor   |   August 15, 2013 06:39pm ETKing Richard III has been portrayed in fiction as a tyrant, but the facts are not quite as bloody.

King Richard III: Facts & Biography

The earliest surviving portrait of Richard III in Leicester Cathedral. Archaeologists are hoping to find his grave under a council car park in Leicester.

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"Confirmation that the Greyfriars human remains belong to Richard III has the potential to lead to a renaissance in studies of the king." From the Richard III Society.

Hair and eye colour prediction from genetic data. lots of dna info on Richards skeleton

Merchant Adventurers Hall

Merchant Adventurers Hall

King Richard III   Ashley anne of york  is your supporter.  I am the White rose

Got this signed by Pauline. She is our Secretary- of the Richard III Society Yorkshire Branch

This facial reconstruction of Richard III (right) was based on a CT scan of his skull (left). (Courtesy University of Leicester, Courtesy Richard III Society)

Richard III, University of Leicester, Leicester Cathedral, York Minster, Battle of Bosworth Field

"...this is that very noble prince, the special patron of knightly prowess, which as well in all princely behaviour, as in lineaments and favour of his visage, represents the very face of the noble Duke of York his father..." Sir Thomas More, quoting Dr. Shaa

Richard-III-Compared with the House of Lancaster, it had a senior claim to the throne of England according to cognatic primogeniture but junior claim according to the agnatic primogeniture.

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Richard III Society | The Wars of the Roses

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