A very detailed, interesting and informative thesis with a lot about Henry VI, Edward IV and Richard III…

There are few more fertile sources for intricate information about the medieval past (and other areas too, of course) than theses that have been published online. A prime website for these is White Rose eTheses on line, of which I have written before. I am mentioning the site again now because of finding a particularly absorbing 2016 thesis by Anna Maria… Continue reading A very detailed, interesting and informative thesis with a lot about Henry VI, Edward IV and Richard III…

Richard’s chantry chapel in Shropshire….

    When I recently discovered this e-theses site, I found a thesis with the self-explanatory title of Public Display and the Construction of Monarchy in Yorkist England, 1461-85, by Carolyn Anne Donohue. See this one in particular – and very informative it is too. Then one of the notes caught my eye. It’s Note 470, on… Continue reading Richard’s chantry chapel in Shropshire….