Following the posts of The Things History Lost and The Things History Found, I’m going to continue, but combine them together got the final third post of the series. Instead of looking at actual objects or artefacts that one tends to lose, such as treasures and possessions, I like to look at actual events that became – or fell out of being – part of history, such as architecture, laws, and royalty. There have been many. The one aspect I can definitely think of that history lost and found is the British Monarchy.
Only a mere week after he was reinterred at Leicester Cathedral, it has emerged from BBC History Magazine today that a Richard III Theme Park is due to open near Leicester.
Continue reading News: Richard III Theme Park Set To Open
This week, the remains of King Richard III commenced the processed of reinterment to be reburied at Leicester Cathedral, nearly 530 years after he was killed at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.
Continue reading 530 Years Too Late: The Reinterment of King Richard III
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