Ricardian Bulletin

   Posted by: Dorothea Preis   in News, Society News

The March 2014 Ricardian Bulletin has just arrived in my letter box.  If you haven’t received yours yet, it should get to you within the next days.

As always, the Bulletin contains a wide variety of fascinating articles.  I am especially looking forward to reading the Man Himself section, which investigates ‘The scoliosis of King Richard III’.  The article is by Dr Peter Stride from Queensland, who gave such an insightful talk on this topic at the Australasian Convention in 2013.

There is an interview with Philippa Langley and Wendy Moorhen looks at ‘The new Ricardian era:  the impact of the Greyfriars dig on the Society and its work’.  Another article looks at Richard III’s chapel at Towton and one at ‘How to rebury a medieval king:  a lost rite of reinterment’.   Other treats are an article on George, Duke of Clarence, one on William Hobbys, and so much more.

I have just put the kettle on and am looking forward to some serious reading!


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