When reading the Yorkshire post I came upon the following sentence: “It’s thought that the white rose was adopted as a symbol in the 14th century, when it was introduced by Edmund of Langley, the first Duke of York and founder of the House of York, a dynasty related to the Plantagenet kings.” Related to… Continue reading Were the Houses of York and Lancaster true Plantagenets or not….?
This Glasgow Herald article illustrates how historian Sheila Pitcairn wishes to search Dunfermline Abbey and identify Malcolm III and his family. Robert I (le Brus) can easily be found there already. The widowed Malcolm III married (St.) Margaret of Wessex, great-niece of Edward the Confessor and granddaughter of Edmund Ironside, in about 1070, allowing Anglo-Saxon… Continue reading Kingfinding fever spreads to Scotland
Originally posted on Giaconda's Blog:
Dim is making a documentary for tv. He has a vision – ‘It’s going to be a mash-up, GOTs meets Merlin with a bit of Simon Schama pacing thrown in to showcase my amazing range of jackets! I want to bring all that old history stuff up to date…
Richard III by Ian Churchward and The Legendary Ten Seconds Track Titles Sheriff Hutton Richard Liveth Yet Written At Rising Act III, Scene IV The Year of Three Kings Hollow Crown Remember My Name Lord Lovell’s Lullaby Requiem Royal Title Ambion Hill Additional narrative notes are also provided (see below). Having read the Legendary Ten… Continue reading Music Review: Richard III