THE MOURNING SWORD ON DISPLAY AT SUDELEY CASTLE

Sudeley Castle certainly seems to be making the most of its Ricardian connections these days.The latest news is that they will temporarily have Gloucester’s ‘Mourning Sword’ on display up until October 20th. This sword was given to the city by Richard while he was on his first progress in 1483. He also gave them his… Continue reading THE MOURNING SWORD ON DISPLAY AT SUDELEY CASTLE

TWO BRIDES FOR TWO BROTHERS

  ‘Did Richard III Marry His Sister?’   Lurid headlines blared off a rag on sale during Richard’s re-interment week in March 2015. A certain anti-Richard professor was, once again, insisting that because Isabel Neville was sister to Anne Neville and married to Richard’s brother George, that made Richard Isabel’s ‘brother’ and therefore his union… Continue reading TWO BRIDES FOR TWO BROTHERS