Lady Anne Neville (11 June 1456 – 16 March 1485) was the daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick (the "Kingmaker"). She became Princess of Wales as the wife of Edward of Westminster, son of the Lancastrian King Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou, and then Queen of England as the wife of the Yorkist King Richard III.
King Richard II (1377-1399) House of Plantagenet. 16th great-granduncle to our Queen. Reign was 22 yrs, 7 mos, 23 days Reigned in conflict with Parliament; they executed some of his associates in 1388, and he executed some of the opposing barons in 1397. He was deposed by Parliament and imprisoned in Pontefract Castle, where he was probably murdered and was succeeded by cousin, Henry IV.
Richard I of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Richard the Lionhearted died from gangrene after a botched attempt to surgically remove a crossbow bolt from his shoulder during a seige in Aquitaine.
Lady Anne Neville (1456–1485)-daughter of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick (the "Kingmaker"), wife of Edward, Prince of Wales & wife of King Richard III of England. A main character in the Wars of the Roses (Yorks vs. Lancasters). She married Edward, Prince of Wales sealing an alliance to the House of Lancaster. After Edward dies, the dowager Princess of Wales married Richard of Gloucester; brother of King Edward IV-House of York. She became Queen when Richard seized the crown in 1483.
King Richard II's #recipe book The Forme of Cury, (cury meaning #food) written in 1390. The book is being digitally #photographed and put on the internet by the University of Manchester's John Rylands University Library:
Richard the Lionheart died #onthisday in 1199. Here he is, rather splendidly adorned, jousting in the lower margin of the Luttrell Psalter. This colourful miniature shows two caparisoned knights which are generally believed to be Richard I and Saladin. The Luttrell Psalter, commissioned by a wealthy landowner in the first half of the 14th century, is one of the most striking manuscripts to survive from the Middle Ages.
This particular Book of Hours is of special significance as its first known owner was King Richard III and it is thought that it would have been kept in his tent at the Battle of Bosworth. The volume includes a prayer which was apparently written by Richard in the first-person singular, praying for deliverance from various forms of affliction, sickness and danger.
Fourteenth century manuscript historiated initial showing Edward, the Black Prince kneeling before his father, Edward III.
“This happy little breed of men, this little world,/This precious stone set in the silver sea,/Which serves it in the office of a wall,/Or as the moat defensive to a house /Against the envy of less happier lands;/This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England…”