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The Wax Tablets of the City of Toruń(The second half of the 13th century - 1530)

A PIERCED METAL INCENSE BURNER ENGLISH, 14TH OR 15TH CENTURY The tapering cylindrical body with three suspension cords attached to the upper rim and with relief decoration including three scenes of the Nativity; minor losses and damages 3¼ in. (8.3 cm.) high, the body

The copper-alloy boar mount that was found on the Thames foreshore could have belonged to Richard III. Richard III, who had strong links with North Yorkshire, took the white boar as his sign, while badges in the form of the animal were ordered for the king’s coronation in 1485.

Richard III badge and Viking gold discovered

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Château de Rambures, Rambures, Somme, France.... www.castlesandman... .... The château was constructed in the Middle Ages in the style of a military fortress of the 15th century. It was one of the first castles in Europe to be constructed almost exclusively in bricks. The castle has been classified as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture since 1927.

Blanca II de Navarra- She married Henry IV of Castile in 1440. The marriage was never consummated. In 1453, after thirteen years, Henry sought the annulment of the marriage. An official examination confirmed the virginity of Blanche. A divorce was granted by the Pope on the grounds that some "witchcraft" had prevented Henry from consummating the marriage. After this, Blanche was sent home to Navarre, where she was imprisoned by her family: from 1462, she was under the custody of her sister.

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Edward IV, Father of Elizabeth of York, maternal grandfather of Henry VIII, Arthur, Margaret, and Mary Tudor.

ca. 1484 - 'armour for Archduke Sigismund von Tirol' (Lorenz Helmschmid), Augsburg, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Austria

Tournament Helm, ca. 1420–30. Possibly Italian or French. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1904 (04.3.237) | Although very similar helmets are depicted in early fifteenth century works of art, almost no other actual examples of this type exist today.

Map of Constantinople (1422) by Florentine Cartographer Cristoforo Buondelmonte.

An extremely rare Burgundy dagger, provenance: France dating: 15th Century.

The chapel where Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville were married.| Church of St Mary the Virgin, Grafton Regis | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Eine Illustration der Weltchronik aus Wien, die zwischen 1465 und 1475 entstanden ist, zeigt eine Reiterschlacht. Dargestellt sind mit Schwertern kämpfende Reiter, wobei ein Verwundeter zu Boden stürzt und ein weiterer Reiter vom Schwert des Gegners durchbohrt wird.

09 April 1483-Death of King Edward IV

The Funeral of King Richard II, Jean Froissart, Chronicles late 15th century

Natalie McCaul, the Assistant Curator of Archaeology at the Yorkshire Museum with the 15th Century silver boar shaped badge worn by those loyal to King Richard III

Rare silver badge to stay in York

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DESCENDERS OF SWYNFORD --JOAN NEVILLE, Countess of Arundel- great granddaughter of Katherine Swynford. Was married at around the age of 14 with William Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel. Her groom was nearer 21 years old. Joan had at least five children. Thomas, Lord Maltravers, the Arundel heir married Margaret Woodville, Elizabeth’s sister. Joan died young. William survived his wife by 25 years, during which he showed no inclination to remarry. Was buried near his wife

Richard III 1483-1485 Because of the controversy over his two nephews the "Princes in the Tower" Richard was not popular. He was however a very skilled and brave King. Richard III was the last King to die in battle, being defeated by his cousin Henry Tudor at the famous battle of Bosworth in 1485. He was the last of the Plantagenet Kings.

Claudia -- BnF Français 599 fol. 55

Coughton Court, a Tudor country house in Warwickshire, England. Owned by the Throckmorton family since 1409, the Hall holds a place in English history for its role in the Throckmorton Plot of 1583 to murder Queen Elizabeth I of England

Jan Van Boendale (c.1280-1351): The Brabant Chronicle / Brabantsche Yeesten. 15th century. Royal Library of Belgium ms. IV 684, Fol. xx