The Princes: A Dolorous End

Jeremy Potter, Good King Richard? © 1983, Jeremy Potter, used with permission Chapter 13 The Princes: A Dolorous End The fate of Edward IV’s sons was a mystery at the time and has remained so ever since. They disappeared without explanation … Continue reading

The Murder of the Princes

  The Murder of the Princes One full discussion of the controversy was published in 1978, The Murder of the Princes by Audrey Williamson. This is a full and detailed discussion of the events surrounding the accession of Richard III although some … Continue reading

The Princes: A Dolorous End

This document is linked to ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies. Use this link to reach the project’s home page. Jeremy Potter, Good King Richard? © 1983, Jeremy Potter, used with permission Chapter 13 The Princes: A Dolorous End Thanks … Continue reading

Ricardian Register Archive

This list is ordered by publish date and only provides the author and article title. This list may be browsed, or searched using your computer’s find function (PCs use cntlF). Once you have found the article you are searching for, … Continue reading

Ricardian & Medieval Fiction

While Helen of Troy may have been the face that launched a thousand ships, it is said that Richard III is the face that launched a thousand novels. In addition to the many historical books written about him, his life … Continue reading

Chronology of the House of York

The Rise and Fall of the House of York: Chronology of Key Events In 1128, Geoffrey of Anjou married Matilda, daughter and heiress of King Henry I of England, thereby establishing the Angevin (“of Anjou”) royal dynasty in England. This … Continue reading