Eleanor: A reminder of the evidence

I know some people in Cairo are a little slow on the uptake, but there are several independent sources, as shown by the Revealing Richard III blog. In a recent series of articles in the Ricardian Bulletin, the team cite: Titulus Regius, as composed from the petition to the Three Estates on 26 June 1483;… Continue reading Eleanor: A reminder of the evidence

‘Our Poor Subject’ – The Story of Katherine Bassingbourne

Researching my new novel, Distant Echoes, I found out about a court case that Richard was involved with concerning a woman called Katherine Bassingbourne. She brought a complaint before Richard’s Council because she couldn’t afford a lawyer and Richard seems to have taken her side, despite it being of no benefit to him to do… Continue reading ‘Our Poor Subject’ – The Story of Katherine Bassingbourne

Revealing Richard III

http://revealingrichardiii.com/index.html Now we know what those behind the Looking for Richard project are up to next*, from Lady Eleanor and the “Princes” to the year 1483 itself. There is certain to be some DNA involved. * apart from Henry I and Reading Abbey, of course