Richard III directed by Tim Carroll,  Johnny Flynn as Lady Anne, Mark Rylance as Richard III...takes a great talented man to play Lady Anne...Johnny Flynn...wow     http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/theatre/on-stage/richard-iii-2012

Richard III directed by Tim Carroll, Johnny Flynn as Lady Anne, Mark Rylance as Richard III...takes a great talented man to play Lady Anne...Johnny Flynn...wow http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/theatre/on-stage/richard-iii-2012

Richard III by William Shakespeare  Evil!  I so enjoyed  teaching Shakespeare to high school students... miss some of those days...

Richard III by William Shakespeare Evil! I so enjoyed teaching Shakespeare to high school students... miss some of those days...

Richard III (of Shakespeare fame) Killed on Aug 22, 1485, in the battle of Bosworth Field, Leicestershire, by Henry VII. In 2012 he was found under a parking lot in what was once Greyfriars, Leicester Church. Richard III was my 5th cousin 14x removed.

Richard III (of Shakespeare fame) Killed on Aug 22, 1485, in the battle of Bosworth Field, Leicestershire, by Henry VII. In 2012 he was found under a parking lot in what was once Greyfriars, Leicester Church. Richard III was my 5th cousin 14x removed.

King Henry III Family Tree | ... to Shakespeare’s Kings from King Richard II to Richard III

King Henry III Family Tree | ... to Shakespeare’s Kings from King Richard II to Richard III

Edward & Richard ~ the 'Princes in the Tower'. These two boys were, in fact Edward V (uncrowned king of England) and his younger brother Richard, the only two surviving sons of the late Edward IV. History (and the Tudors) tell us that the boys were murdered some time after 1483 while resident in the Tower of London, and give the likely culprit as their uncle, King Richard III. Historians continue to debate the issue; I point the finger at Henry VII!  From Rob.  Totally agree.

Edward & Richard ~ the 'Princes in the Tower'. These two boys were, in fact Edward V (uncrowned king of England) and his younger brother Richard, the only two surviving sons of the late Edward IV. History (and the Tudors) tell us that the boys were murdered some time after 1483 while resident in the Tower of London, and give the likely culprit as their uncle, King Richard III. Historians continue to debate the issue; I point the finger at Henry VII! From Rob. Totally agree.

A study of King Richard III’s bones uncovered 11 injuries inflicted near the time of death by common Late Medieval weapons.

A study of King Richard III’s bones uncovered 11 injuries inflicted near the time of death by common Late Medieval weapons.

Richard III's Skeleton: Whole skeleton showing curvature of spine at 10th and 11th thoracic vertebrae... scoliosis. This would not have given him the hump and horrid deformities of Shakespeare but his shoulder on one side would have been higher.

Richard III's Skeleton: Whole skeleton showing curvature of spine at 10th and 11th thoracic vertebrae... scoliosis. This would not have given him the hump and horrid deformities of Shakespeare but his shoulder on one side would have been higher.

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"I can't do this anymore," Radley said. "I don't wanna go on like this. All of this-" he gestured to the hellscape around them. "-it's too much." Travis huffed indignantly. "This is bullshit. The king's ruled long enough."

"I can't do this anymore," Radley said. "I don't wanna go on like this. All of this-" he gestured to the hellscape around them. "-it's too much." Travis huffed indignantly. "This is bullshit. The king's ruled long enough."

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