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The coronation that took place on Sunday 6th July 1483 was, only a fortnight earlier, unplanned. London was prepared for a coronation, that of King Edward V on 22nd June but that was fated not to take place. Edward had … Continue reading
Don’t know the battle of Bosworth from the battle of Bannockburn? Confused between Magna Carta and Domesday Book? We’ve got you covered. Here we bring you 10 key medieval dates you need to know…
In honour of the fourth anniversary of the discovery of Richard III remains here is the complete documentary of the historic event.
#OTD 1377: King Edward III dies at Sheen. He is succeeded by his grandson, Richard II.
1415: the Battle of Agincourt. Despite being outnumbered the English archers dealt heavy damage to the French who became bogged down in the wet terrain. The death toll amongst the French was extremely high.
1422: Charles VI of France dies and is buried at Saint Dennis Basilica. Because of the Treaty of Troyes and the death of Henry V of England in August the throne of France fell to the infant king of England, … Continue reading