Right, so has Nero been as hard-done-by through history as our Richard III? After first pointing out that Richard was lied about and denounced by his enemies and killers, and that he still has supporters even now, this article certainly wonders about Nero’s legacy. It’s said that Nero’s ambitious mother manipulated him on to the… Continue reading Did Nero REALLY fiddle while Rome burned….?
Here’s how Kent County Council describes the two important Ricardian books. https://erl.overdrive.com/media/1389033 Richard III:A Small Guide to the Great Debate by Annette Carson “Ever since the discovery of his lost grave in Leicester, the eyes of the world have been drawn to the twists and turns surrounding England’s King Richard III… Annette Carson, acclaimed author… Continue reading Descriptions of two important Ricardian books….
http://theberkshireedge.com/richard-iii-debunking-the-myth-with-the-bones/ For those Ricardians in the US. “Join us at 1 p.m. at Dewey Hall on Main Street in Sheffield on Saturday, October 3rd, to hear Sally B. Keil speak about one of the major archeological discoveries of this century, the bones of Richard III.” I hope some of you will be able to attend,… Continue reading Richard III, too bad to be true….?
http://tinyurl.com/owlk6cm All good Ricardians already know the fine calibre of our king, so hopefully this talk will be honest. If it is, he will be exonerated. And might gain some new supporters.
Restless, furious, vengeful He sees with eyes long dead Malicious lies recorded His truth and honour fled The loser at the battle Despite his dauntless skill Losing yet more thereafter By the pen of Tudor’s Will He lost through heated courage The impulse wrongly judged Five hundred years to contemplate His honour foully smudged… Continue reading Richard’s Mighty Army