Here is an article about Sandal Castle, and Richard’s place in its history.
The royal palace of Kennington is all but forgotten now, but for those interested in the mediaeval period it is perhaps most noteworthy for its association with Edward III, the Black Prince and Richard II. The buildings they knew vanished in 1531, at the hands of that arch-demolisher, Henry VIII, and illustrations of the… Continue reading The royal palace at Kennington….
Originally posted on RICARDIAN LOONS:
Lady on Horseback, mid-15th c., British Museum For me, being a “Ricardian traveler” doesn’t necessarily mean that you only visit places where Richard III — as a child, the Duke of Gloucester or the King — lived. It means exploring towns, castles, battlefields, and churches which have some association to…