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Anthony Woodville presenting a book to Edward IV. Anthony, Queen Elizabeth Woodville's brother, was a wise man and a scholar.  Would have made a good priest, but his service were required by the crown.  Eventually cost him his life.

Anthony Woodville presenting a book to Edward IV. Anthony, Queen Elizabeth Woodville's brother, was a wise man and a scholar. Would have made a good priest, but his service were required by the crown. Eventually cost him his life.

Unknown woman, formerly known as Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury  by Unknown artist  oil on panel, circa 1535

Unknown woman, formerly known as Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury by Unknown artist oil on panel, circa 1535

It’s Richard III  Richard Buckley returns to announce the team’s conclusion.  He says that it is their academic view that “beyond reasonable doubt the individual exhumed at Grey Friars on September 12th is indeed Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England”.  Whoops and cheers follow the announcement.  Reinternment will be in Leicester Cathedral.

Skeleton found in car park is that of Richard III – as it happened

It’s Richard III Richard Buckley returns to announce the team’s conclusion. He says that it is their academic view that “beyond reasonable doubt the individual exhumed at Grey Friars on September 12th is indeed Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England”. Whoops and cheers follow the announcement. Reinternment will be in Leicester Cathedral.

Elizabeth Woodville: Marriage to Edward IV.And then she met Edward. The story goes that Elizabeth heard he was in the neighborhood near her castle at Grafton, so she waited for him beneath a tree now known in Northamptonshire as “the queen’s oak,” with her two sons. When he arrived she begged him to restore their lands and he was love-struck. Of course, Edward, the playboy that he was, did not actually want to marry Elizabeth and she did not want to settle for anything less. Playing hard ...

Elizabeth Woodville: Marriage to Edward IV.And then she met Edward. The story goes that Elizabeth heard he was in the neighborhood near her castle at Grafton, so she waited for him beneath a tree now known in Northamptonshire as “the queen’s oak,” with her two sons. When he arrived she begged him to restore their lands and he was love-struck. Of course, Edward, the playboy that he was, did not actually want to marry Elizabeth and she did not want to settle for anything less. Playing hard ...

Portrait of Elizabeth of York (1466-1503), amongst English Royalty was a daughter to a king, niece to a king, wife to a king, mother to a king and grandmother to a queen.

Portrait of Elizabeth of York (1466-1503), amongst English Royalty was a daughter to a king, niece to a king, wife to a king, mother to a king and grandmother to a queen.

The Marriage of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville - Jean de Wavrin, "Chroniques d'Angleterre" late 15th century

The Marriage of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville - Jean de Wavrin, "Chroniques d'Angleterre" late 15th century

Timeline of the British Monarchs from by CreativeFamilyTree

Timeline of the British Monarchs from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth II

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