3 edition of The history of King Richard the Third. found in the catalog.
The history of King Richard the Third.
|Statement||By Sir Thomas More.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Grafton, Richard, d. 1572?, Singer, Samuel Weller, 1783-1858, ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA260 .M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., [v]-xiv p., 1 l., 241,  p.|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||11034092|
King Henry VI resumed his reign only briefly, however. A Year Book reports one of his most famous acts, when he called together all his justices and posed three questions concerning specific cases. Also his sister Margaret later chose to be buried in a Franciscan Priory choir in Mechelen modern Belgium. What Richard's tomb might have looked like The tomb was probably set in place in the summer of Fighting bravely, Richard himself was killed. As it turns out, inRichard's remains were discovered in only one day!
First we are told that Richard's naked body was brought from the battlefield to Leicester thrown over the back of a horse. Although Richard suppressed it, most of the leaders escaped to Brittany, where on Christmas Day they recognized the exiled Henry Tudor as king. The recovered skeleton showed two remarkable similarities to Richard III. His loyalty to his brother Edward during this time brought Richard great rewards, including lands that once belonged to those who rose up against the king.
In early genetic testing confirmed that the skeleton was that of Richard. He must have removed any remaining traces of the alabaster tomb and erected his inscribed pillar in its place. In fact, he nearly depleted the treasury left by his father in order to fund his Crusade. The text is preceded by a general introduction, a chronology, and suggestions for further reading. First, you need to know … … where he was buried! There is a marvellous episode when Richard comes into a room which is full of conspirators and he comments admiringly on some strawberries grown by Lord Hastings and asks him for a mess of them, Richard leaves the room apparently satisfied but returns within the hour grim of face and with armed guards, they seize Hastings who is summarily executed.
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George Logan has provided just the sort of masterly edition that one might expect from his earlier work on Utopia, and it is presented in a format that is both appealing and comprehensive.
Dacre seemed to feel intimidated by the reputations of Richard and the earl of Northumberland resulting from a raid they had made into Tevydale in the s, which Dacre was expected to repeat. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription.
Generally this was taken as a sign of Henry VII's nastiness. There is a marvellous episode when Richard comes into a room which is full of conspirators and he comments admiringly on some strawberries grown by Lord Hastings and asks him for a mess of them, Richard leaves the room apparently satisfied but returns within the hour grim of face and with armed guards, they seize Hastings who is summarily executed.
I concluded from all this evidence that Richard III's body had never been moved, and it therefore still lay at the Greyfriars site. Richard ICoronation procession of Richard I in The second question was this.
However, like his brothers, he fought with his family, joining them in the great rebellion against their father in The dig found no obvious trace of the epitaph. With the help of Shakespeare, whose Richard the Third took More's work as its principal model, the History determined the historical reputation of an English king and spawned a seemingly endless controversy about the justness of that reputation.
He is best known for being accused of murdering his nephews to protect his throne. Although this experience was useful training for kingship, it was not intended as such, for Richard cannot have expected to accede to the throne; instead, he built a future for the dynasty that he was intent on founding.
So hostile were the Yorkist exiles to Richard III that they were more concerned with deposing him than with the identity of his replacement. Richard I spent the last years of his life in France.
Richard III. Richard possessed precocious political and military ability, won fame for his knightly prowess, and quickly learned how to control the turbulent aristocracy of Poitou and Gascony.
And in many grete citeis and townis wer grete summis of mony gif hym which he hath refusyd. For almost years after his death, he was generally depicted as the worst and most wicked of kings. He also sought to improve relations with Scotland by agreeing to a ceasefire.Books shelved as richard-the-third: The White Princess by Philippa Gregory, The White Queen by Philippa Gregory, The Red Queen by Philippa Gregory, The D.
The History of King Richard the Third – Sir Thomas More Note on the e-text: this onlineedition was transcribed from W. E. Campbell’s facsimile of the Rastell edition of by Richard Bear at the University of Oregon, January-March Text of manuscript title page for The History of King Richard the Third, by Sir George Buck () Sir George Buck (or Buc) (c.
– October ) was an English antiquarian, historian, scholar and author, who served as a Member of Parliament, government envoy to Queen Elizabeth I and Master of the Revels to King James I of England. Richard III - Richard III - Reign and fall: Richard III presented himself as a reformer committed to justice and morality who would remedy the supposed misrule of Edward IV’s last years and the sexual license of his brother’s court.
His signet registers reveal plans to improve the management of. The History of King Richard the Third by Master Thomas More Undersheriff of London c. Edited by Gerard B. Wegemer and Travis Curtright. 1 Death of King Edward IV, April 9, Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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