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- RIII Vol. 54, No. 1 Winter [1.84 MB]
- The Statutes of Richard III’s Parliament [19KB]
- Richard’s Burial — Decisions and Dilemmas [26KB]
- If Richard Had Lived… [14KB]
- A Pilgrimage to Middleham and Richard’s North Country [20KB]
- Bones, Burials and Bunkum: Richard III and the Tower of London [24KB]
- Speculation on Buckingham’s Actions [4KB]
- Was Weir Right? [16KB]
- Sir James Tyrell: Hero or Villain? [24KB]
- The Battle of Wakefield – A Study in Contrasts [12KB]
- What’s Love Got To Do With It? Women: Courtship, Betrothal and Marriage in Late Medieval England [25KB]
- Titulus Regius – The Title of the King [68KB]
- Why Shakespeare Sucks
The following web links are to articles and research papers which might be of interest to Ricardians in the pursuit of their own studies. They are in no particular order at present.
Did Edward V suffer from histiocytosis X? by A.S. Hargreaves and R.I. MacLeod. Published in The Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, Vol. 87, February 1994
Anne Mowbray and the Princes in the Tower: A Study in Identity by Theya Molleson Published in The London Archeologist, Spring 1987
An article from BBC News, dated 31 August 2011, on Thomas Longe and his will.
The Rehabilitation of Richard III, from Archaeology Magazine, dated December 19, 2012