Tag: Richard III

Richard III for Leicester, Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Masterwork

Britain’s high court has ruled that Dickon will be buried in Leicester. http://www.latimes.com/world/europe/la-fg-richard-iii-burial-20140523-story.html I’m not surprised. Nor am I upset. I’m far too sad about the exquisite Charles Rennie Mackintosh building that is home to the Glasgow School of Art going up in flames.… Continue Reading “Richard III for Leicester, Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Masterwork”

Richard III for Leicester, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Masterwork

Britain’s high court has ruled that Dickon will be buried in Leicester. http://www.latimes.com/world/europe/la-fg-richard-iii-burial-20140523-story.html I’m not surprised. Nor am I upset. I’m far too sad about the exquisite Charles Rennie Mackintosh building that is home to the Glasgow School of Art going up in flames.… Continue Reading “Richard III for Leicester, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Masterwork”

Is the skeleton really Richard III?

While some argue about where Richard III should be buried, others are still wondering whether the skeleton found in a Leicester carpark is indeed Dickon. In an article posted on BBC’s HistoryExtra online (27 March 2014), Michael Hicks, head of history at the University… Continue Reading “Is the skeleton really Richard III?”

Richard III’s Bones–To Be Buried In York Minster At Last?

According to the BBC:”Distant relatives of Richard III have been granted permission for a judicial review of the decision to rebury the king’s remains in Leicester. The Plantagenet Alliance launched a legal challenge to the decision made by the Ministry of Justice in May.… Continue Reading “Richard III’s Bones–To Be Buried In York Minster At Last?”

Richard III's Bones–To Be Buried In York Minster At Last?

According to the BBC:”Distant relatives of Richard III have been granted permission for a judicial review of the decision to rebury the king’s remains in Leicester. The Plantagenet Alliance launched a legal challenge to the decision made by the Ministry of Justice in May.… Continue Reading “Richard III's Bones–To Be Buried In York Minster At Last?”