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The Ricardian: Index to all articles 1974 - 2012

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Title Author Vol No Date Pages
The Marvellous Dream of King ArthurGraham Harris344Mar 19742-5
Lucy Neville, Montagu's DaughterPauline E Routh344Mar 19746-9
King Edward IV in ExileMaaike Lulofs344Mar 19749-11
Richard III - Search for a Contemporary LikenessRobert C Hairsine344Mar 197412
John Wesley: An Eighteenth Century Ricardian?Ivor Haythorne344Mar 197413-15
Praising Thomas More … ?Isolde Wigram344Mar 197415
Richard's English BibleMary O'Regan344Mar 197423-26
Fotheringhay CastleJ Alec J Green345Jun 19742-5
Sir Thomas Le BotilerJames Barker345Jun 19746-8
Richard's English Bible (A Rejoinder)P W Hammond345Jun 19749-11
Sir Edmund Shaa, Kt, PCJohn Bluden-Ellis345Jun 197411-16
Royal & Episcopal ReceptionsMary O'Regan345Jun 197417-18
The Arrest of HastingsA J Mowat345Jun 197426-27
The Boar Badge of Richard IIIHelmut Nickel346Sep 19742-3
Richard's English BibleP W Hammond346Sep 19744-7
John Wycliffe … King's ChaplainElizabeth Ritchie346Sep 19748-9
Alice D'Eyncourt, Baroness D'Eyncourt and Grey of RotherfieldValerie Ray346Sep 197410
Cornewell/BotillerSandra Wilson346Sep 197410-11
York & Lancaster 1588Mary C Clawsey346Sep 197416
Morton Connections in GloucestershireGwen Waters346Sep 197417-18
Wardrobe & Coronation Accounts - Spring 1483346Sep 197420-22
A Fine Armour Of The Time Of Bosworth Frank Yeoman347Dec 19742-3
Anglia Tibi TurbidasGraham Harris347Dec 19744-5
Southwold, A link with the House of YorkHelen Astle347Dec 19745-6
The Brass of Joyce TiptoftRichard and Ann Barnard347Dec 19747-8
Richard Plantagenet of EastwellRoy C Bishop347Dec 19749-11
Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and Carlisle CastleJean M Perkins347Dec 197413-16
Bosworth Field 1974Jeremy Potter347Dec 197419-21
Genealogical ComplexitiesW K Norman347Dec 197422-23
Some Documents covering the Reign of Richard III347Dec 197427-28
A Gallant EditorPatrick Bacon348Mar 19752
Richard III, The City of London and SouthwarkAnne F Sutton348Mar 19753-8
Bigamy in Edward IV's First MarriageMaaike Lulofs348Mar 19759-10
Gloucester's Charter of IncorporationGwen Waters348Mar 197511-14
The Gloucester Civic SwordP W Hammond348Mar 197514-16
Swinging Signs of the TimesPauline E Routh348Mar 197517-18
Fotheringhay, March 1975349Jun 19752-4
William ColyngbourneKenneth Hillier349Jun 19755-9
Richard III's 'Castle of Care'Anne Sutton349Jun 197510-12
Princess BridgetPauline E Routh349Jun 197513-14
The Dicts and Sayings of the PhilosophersGraham Harris349Jun 197515-16
Genealogical Complexities: Part TwoW K Norman349Jun 197518-19
The Grey Friars, LeicesterAudrey Strange350Sep 19753-7
King Richard's Tomb at LeicesterRhoda Edwards350Sep 19758-9
Sir James Tyrell and his Chapel at GippingJoyce M Melhuish350Sep 197510-14
Walter HungerfordKenneth Hillier350Sep 197515-20
The Return to England of Richard of Gloucester after his first ExileAnne F Sutton350Sep 197521-22
Diplomacy and the Expedition of 1475K E Burr350Sep 197523-24
The Death of HastingsIsolde Wigram350Sep 197527-29
Edward IV's French Expedition of 1475 edited by Francis Pierrepont Barnard.Dec 1975
Leaves from Notable Old DiariesR G G Price351Dec 19752
The History of EnglandJane Austen351Dec 19753
Genealogical Complexities (3)W K Norman351Dec 19754-5
Books of HoursMary O'Regan351Dec 19756-8
Sir Thomas Montgomery, KGW E Hampton351Dec 19759-14
The Battle of Bosworth Brian A Jesson351Dec 197515-20
The Second Continuation of the Croyland ChronicleK E Burr351Dec 197521-27
The Gloucester Scene - August, 1483Gwen Waters452Mar 19762-7
Roger Wake of BlisworthW E Hampton452Mar 19768-13
St Martin-cum-Gregory, YorkMary O'Regan452Mar 197614-15
Sir Roger TocotesKenneth Hillier452Mar 197616-21
The Bones of the 'Princes' in Westminster Abbey452Mar 197622-25
R J A BunnettPatrick Bacon453Jun 19762-3
The Administratian of Justice Whereunto we be ProfessedAnne Sutton453Jun 19764-15
The Changing View from Oxford I: Vivat Rex Internum!R C Hairsine453Jun 197616-22
Robert StillingtonA J Mowat453Jun 197623-28
The Pre-contract and its Effect on the Succession in 1483Mary O'Regan454Sep 19762-7
John HarcourtKenneth Hillier454Sep 19768-13
The Changing View from Oxford II: Most Christian PrinceR C Hairsine454Sep 197614-23
A Further Account of Robert StillingtonW E Hampton454Sep 197624-27
Some 'Servants and Lovers' of Richard in his YouthCharles Ross455Dec 19762-4
The Transmission of the News of the Tudor LandingO D Harris455Dec 19765-12
The Changing View from Oxford III: Our Most Dread SovereignR C Hairsine455Dec 197613-24
As the King Gave Out'Susan E Leas456Mar 19772-4
The Personality of Richard IIIMarjorie Weeks456Mar 19775-9
Bishop Stillington's Chapel at Wells and his Family in SomersetW E Hampton456Mar 197710-16
Henry Deane - Archbishop of Canterbury, Prior of LlanthonyGwen Waters456Mar 197717-20
Richard III's 'Tytylle & Right': A new DiscoveryAnne F Sutton457Jun 19772-8
Further Notes on William Herbert, Earl of HuntingdonHelen Maurer457Jun 19779-11
On the Prolonged Use of Fifteenth-Century Armour Anthony B L Dove457Jun 197712-14
A Fifteenth-Century ProphecyBernard Witlieb457Jun 197715-19
John NesfieldW E Hampton458Sep 19772-8
The 'Ricardian' Windows in Penrith ChurchM Pamela Spence458Sep 19779-13
Dorset in the Life and Times of Richard III - An Interim ReportPatricia Hairsine458Sep 197714-20
The Valois-Tudor Marriage: A Missing Statute FoundMary O'Regan458Sep 197721-22
Beggerly Bretons and Faynte-harted FrenchmenLorraine Attreed459Dec 19772-16
William NorrisKenneth Hillier459Dec 197717-22
Mediaeval Liturgical and Pious BooksMary O'Regan459Dec 197723-26
Richard III's 'Tytylle & Right'Responses459Dec 197727-28
George Buck Senior and George Buck JuniorA N Kincaid460Mar 19782-8
Sir Robert Percy and Joyce his WifeW E Hampton460Mar 19789-18
Richard III and the Monks of DurhamMary O'Regan460Mar 197819-22
John Ramsay of Balmain: Tudor Agent?Mairead McKerracher461Jun 19782-11
The Civic Arms of GloucesterGwen Waters461Jun 197812-16
Anne MowbrayPhilomena Jones461Jun 197817-20
The Deformity of Richard IIIP W Hammond and Marjorie Weeks461Jun 197820-24
Did the Sons of Edward IV Outlive Henry VII?Jack Leslau462Sep 19782-14
The Ladies of the MinoriesW E Hampton462Sep 197815-22
The Lincolnshire Rebellion and its Part in the Downfall of the Earl of WarwickJuanita L Knapp462Sep 197823-32
The City of London and the Coronation of Richard IIIAnne F Sutton463Dec 19782-8
Sir James Tyrell: With some Notes on the Austin FriarsW E Hampton463Dec 19789-22
Changing Burial Practice in Late Mediaeval EnglandW J White463Dec 197823-30
A Contested Parliamentary Election of 1461Jennifer Bernard463Dec 197831-33
The Chancellor's File - Part 1R C Opinions & P B Hairsine564Mar 19792-13
Four Southampton Rebels of 1483 Kenneth Hillier564Mar 197914-19
Fifteenth-Century English ComposersR J Stove564Mar 197920-23
Did the Sons of Edward IV Outlive Henry VII? A PostscriptCompilation564Mar 197924-26
Bastardy and the Princes: A Further NoteJ O Petre564Mar 197927-28
The Role of The RicardianJeremy Potter565Jun 197938-40
Hanham Redivivus - A Salvage OperationLorraine Attreed565Jun 197941-50
Lumley and PlantagenentW E Hampton565Jun 197951-54
Did the sons of Edward IV Outline Henry VII? Answer & RejoinderD Shulman and J Leslau565Jun 197955-60
The Chancellor's File - Part 2R C & P B Hairsine566Sep 197974-86
British Library Harleian Manuscript 433Rosemary Horrox566Sep 197987-91
The Illegitimate Children of Richard IIIP W Hammond566Sep 197992-96
The Chancellor's File - Part 3R C & P B Hairsine567Dec 1979110-122
Tudor Heraldry at BosworthO D Harris567Dec 1979123-133
A Rebel of 1483; Sir Thomas de la Mare Kenneth Hillier567Dec 1979134-139
William Underwode, Blacksmith of London and Maker of Spurs for Richard IIIAnne B32Sutton567Dec 1979140-143
William, Lord BerkeleyGwen Waters568Mar 1980154-163
Medieval Spices and Spice AccountsMary O'Regan568Mar 1980164-169
Witchcraft and the Sons of YorkW E Hampton568Mar 1980170-178
The Swan, the Staffords and Some Buckinghamshire Yorkist ConnectionsW J White568Mar 1980179-183
Richard, Duke of York, as King's Lieutenant in Ireland: The White Rose A BloomingJames L Gillespie569Jun 1980194-201
Sir John Fogge of AshfordSarah Bolton569Jun 1980202-209
Harcourt and the Bosworth StandardO D Harris569Jun 1980210-211
Further Yorkist Connections in Bucks: John Heton, Richard Fowler, and Sir Ralph VerneyW J White569Jun 1980212-215
John Howard, Duke of Norfolk: A possible Murderer of the Princes?Anne Crawford570Sep 1980230-234
Sheriff Hutton: Historic DoubtsPauline Routh and Richard Knowles570Sep 1980235-242
Alice Claver, Silkwoman of London and Maker of Mantle Laces for Richard III and Queen AnneAnne F Sutton570Sep 1980243-247
Sir Marmaduke Constable of FlamboroughK R Dockray571Dec 1980262-267
Bad History Makes Good Drama: Richard III at Dartmouth CollegeLorraine C Attreed (ed.)571Dec 1980268-273
Sheriff Hutton: Historic Doubts ReconsideredP W Hammond and W E Hampton571Dec 1980274-281
The Middle Brother: 'False Fleeting, Perjur'd Clarence'Michael A Hicks572Mar 1981302-310
Sir John Fastolf's Place, Southwark: The Home of the Duke of York's Family 1460Martha Carlin572Mar 1981311-314
Sheriff Hutton: The Great DebatePauline Routh & Richard Knowles572Mar 1981315-318
The Mowbray InheritanceAnne Crawford573Jun 1981334-340
Rui de Sousa's Embassy and the fate of Richard, Duke of YorkBarrie Williams573Jun 1981341-345
Sheriff Hutton: Further DebateP W Hammond & W E Hampton573Jun 1981346-351
Clarence Still Perjur'dIsolde Wigram573Jun 1981352-355
The 2nd Anonmymous Continuation of the Croyland ChronicleEric J Thompson573Jun 1981356-360
Croyland at BosworthO D Harris573Jun 1981361-362
The Richard III Society Seminar at Trinity College OxfordLorraine C Attreed574Sep 1981382-383
North, South and Richard IIIA J Pollard574Sep 1981384-389
Medieval Children and Mortality: From Pearl Maiden to Princes in the TowerLorraine C Attreed574Sep 1981390-394
Cheshire and the March: Richard III to Henry VIIMuriel Smith574Sep 1981395-398
Clarence's Calumniator CorrectedMichael A Hicks574Sep 1981399-401
The Nevilles of Brancepeth and Raby 1425-1499, Part 1 1425-1469 Nevill v NevillJames Petre575Dec 1981418-435
The Nevilles of Brancepeth and Raby 1425-1499, Part 2 1470-1499: Recovery and CollapseJames Petre676Mar 19822-13
A Brief History of the King's EvilPhil Stone676Mar 198214-16
False, Fleeting, Perjur'd Clarence': A Further Exchange: Clarence and RichardIsolde Wigram676Mar 198217-20
False, Fleeting, Perjur'd Clarence': A Further Exchange: Richard and ClarenceM A Hicks676Mar 198220-21
Review Article: Richard III by Charles RossAnne F Sutton and P W Hammond676Mar 198222-26
Richard III and Allhallows Barking by the TowerRosemary Horrox677Jun 198238-40
Further Comments on Richard III by Charles RossSeveral677Jun 198241-47
Edward, George and RichardMuriel Smith677Jun 198248-49
Martin Jumbarde, an Embroiderer of Goods for Edward IV, Richard III and Henry VIIAnne F Sutton677Jun 198250-53
The Death and Burial of Henry VI, A Review of the Facts and TheoriesW J White678Sep 198270-80
The Rebellion of 1483: A Study of Sources and Opinions Kenneth Hillier678Sep 198281-86
The Duke of Buckingham's Sons, October 1483-August 1485Peter B Farrer and Anne F Sutton678Sep 198287-92
The Death and Burial of Henry VI, Part 2W J White679Dec 1982106-117
Lambert Simnel's Rebellion: How Reliable is Polydore Vergil?Barrie Williams679Dec 1982118-123
Preparation for Edward IV's Return from ExileRosemary Horrox679Dec 1982124-127
The Portuguese Connection and the Significance of 'The Holy Princess'Barrie Williams680Mar 1983138-145
The Rebellion of 1483: A Study of Sources and Opinions Part 2 Kenneth Hillier680Mar 1983146-154
Henry Tudor's Letters to England During Richard III's ReignRosemary Horrox680Mar 1983155-158
The Warwick Inheritance - Springboard to the ThroneM A Hicks681Jun 1983174-181
Richard in Holland 1461Livia Visser-Fuchs681Jun 1983182-189
The Portuguese Connection - A CommunicationDoreen Court681Jun 1983190-193
Some Posthumous Representations of Richard IIIFrederick Hepburn682Sep 1983210-219
Richard in Holland 1471-2Livia Visser-Fuchs682Sep 1983220-228
England and Spain 1483: A Bride for Edward of MiddlehamMuriel Smith682Sep 1983229-234
The Portuguese Marriage Negotiations: A ReplyBarrie Williams682Sep 1983235-236
The Yorkshire Rebellions of 1469 K R Dockray683Dec 1983246-257
Edward IV and the Beaufort Family: Conciliaton in Early Yorkist PoliticsM K Jones683Dec 1983258-265
Some Expenses of Richard Duke of Gloucester 1475-7Rosemary Horrox and Anne F Sutton683Dec 1983266-269
The Coronation of Elizabeth of YorkP W Hammond683Dec 1983270-272
The Civil War of 1459 to 1461 in the Welsh Marches: Part 1 The Rout of Ludford Bridge Geoffrey Hodges684Mar 1984286-293
Sir Edward Brampton: The Portuguese YearsBarrie Williams684Mar 1984294-298
Sir Ralph Bigod: A Loyal Servant to King Richard IIIRetha M Warnicke684Mar 1984299-303
Richard III and LondonRosemary Horrox685Jun 1984322-329
The Civil War of 1459 to 1461 in the Welsh Marches: Part 2 The Campaign and Battle of Mortimer's Cross - St Blaise's Day 3 February 1461 Geoffrey Hodges685Jun 1984330-345
Review Article: The Coronation of Richard III: The Extant Documents. Edited by Anne F Sutton and P W HammondCecil H Clough685Jun 1984346-352
The Coronet of Margaret of YorkP W Hammond686Sep 1984362-365
Richard III and PontefractBarrie Williams686Sep 1984366-370
The Origins of Penrith CastleJ Petre686Sep 1984371-373
Penrith Castle and Richard Duke of GloucesterMark Craster-Chambers686Sep 1984374-378
John Hertyngton, Supplier of Saddlery to Richard IIIAnne F Sutton686Sep 1984379-384
Richard III and IrelandGwen Waters687Dec 1984398-409
The Funeral of Richard Neville, Earl of SalisburyP W Hammond687Dec 1984410-416
Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury: The Burghfield EffigyPauline Routh687Dec 1984417-423
Further Comment: The Coronation of Richard III: The Extant DocumentsSeveral687Dec 1984424-430
John Hoton of Hunwick and TudhoeW E Hampton788Mar 19852-17
The Mystery of Richard de la PoleBarrie Williams788Mar 198518-25
Review Article: The Trial of Richard III (TV Programme and Book)Rowena E Archer788Mar 198526-29
Richard III, Wales and the Charter to LlandoveryGwen Waters789Jun 198546-55
What Happened to Lord Lovel?David Baldwin789Jun 198556-65
More about MoreJeremy Potter789Jun 198566-73
A Place Mete for Twoo Battayles to Encountre': The Siting of the Battle of Bosworth, 1485 Daniel Williams790Sep 198586-96
Sir Robert Brakenbury of Selaby, County DurhamW E Hampton790Sep 198597-114
The Bosworth Commemoration at DadlingtonO D Harris790Sep 1985115-131
The Ordnance Survey Complete Guide to the Battlefields of Britain David Smurthwaite.Dec 1985
The Last Chroniclers of CroylandH A Kelly791Dec 1985142-177
The Princes in the Tower 1483 - Death from Natural Causes?John A H Wylie791Dec 1985178-182
… Even Here, in Bosworth Field': A Disputed Site of BattleO D Harriss792Mar 1986194-207
The Kaleidoscope of Treason: Fragments from the Bosworth StoryMargaret Condon792Mar 1986208-212
Sanguinis Haustor - Drinker of Blood, a Burgundian View of England, 1471Livia Visser-Fuchs792Mar 1986213-219
Review Article: The Battle of BosworthW E Hampton792Mar 1986220-225
Richard Gowle, Supplier of Mercery to Richard III and Anne NevilleAnne F Sutton793Jun 1986238-245
Shakespeare's Second Thoughts?Barrie Williams793Jun 1986246-251
Review Article: Medieval Women and Modern HistoriographyRowena E Archer793Jun 1986252-258
The Foreign Policy of Edward IV, 1475-1483 and the Anglo-Breton Marriage Alliance of 1481Brian D Williams794Sep 1986270-280
The Title of the King: Aspects of Richard III's Act of SuccessionKenneth R Shepherd794Sep 1986281-286
Richard III's Books: I: The Booke of Gostlye Grace of Mechtild of HackebornAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs794Sep 1986287-292
Report: The Sheriff Hutton Monument to Edward, Prince of Wales, 1484-5P L Harrison794Sep 1986293-294
English Events in Caspar Weinreich's Danzig Chronicle 1461-1495Livia Visser-Fuchs795Dec 1986310-320
What Might have been: George Neville, Duke of Bedford 1465-83 - his Identity and SignificanceM A Hicks795Dec 1986321-326
Richard III's Books: II: A Collection of Romances and Old Testament Stories. 1 IpomedonAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs795Dec 1986327-332
The Battle of Bosworth: Further Reflections on the Battlefield SiteM J Phillips796Mar 1987350-362
Bosworth Field: A Footnote to a ControversyMargaret Condon796Mar 1987363-365
Francis Lovel and the Rebels of Furness FellsSheilah O'Connor796Mar 1987366-370
Richard III's Books: II: A Collection of Romances and Old Testament Stories. 2 Old Testamement Stories; 3 The Siege of Thebes by John LydgateAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs796Mar 1987371-379
Review Article: Memoirs of a Yorkist Civil ServantA J Pollard796Mar 1987380-385
Sir George Buck and Princess Elizabeth's Letter: A Problem in DetectionAlison Hanham797Jun 1987398-400
A Question of LoyaltyI Arthurson797Jun 1987401-413
The White Rose under the first Tudors, Part 1W E Hampton797Jun 1987414-420
Richard III's Books: II: A Collection of Romances and Old Testament Stories. 4 Palamon and Arcite and Griselda by Geoffrey Chaucer; 5 The Collection and its PurposeAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs797Jun 1987421-436
William Rufus, Richard III and Historical TraditionKeith Dockray798Sep 1987450-463
The White Rose under the first Tudors, Part 2. Edmund de la PoleW E Hampton798Sep 1987464-478
Richard III's Books: III: English New TestamentP W Hammond798Sep 1987479-485
Croyland Chronicle Communications: 1 The Croyland Chronicle TragediesH A Kelly799Dec 1987498-515
Croyland Chronicle Communications: 2 Richard Lavender, Continuator?Alison Hanham799Dec 1987516-519
Croyland Chronicle Communications: 3 A Commentary on the ContinuationLivia Visser-Fuchs799Dec 1987520-522
Croyland Chronicle Communications: 4 Memoirs of a Yorkist Civil Servant: A CommentJohn Gillingham799Dec 1987523-524
The White Rose under the First Tudors Part 3. Richard de la Pole, 'The King's Dreaded Enemy'W E Hampton799Dec 1987525-540
Richard III's Books: IV: Vegetius, De Re MilitariAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs799Dec 1987541-552
Lambert Simnel and the Battle of Stoke Michael Bennett.Mar 1988
The Exchequer Warrants for Issues: Another Source for Yorkist HistoryP B and R C Hairsine8100Mar 19882-8
A Ricardian Riddle: The Casualty List of the Battle of Barnet Livia Visser-Fuchs8100Mar 19889-12
William Lord Hastings and Ashby-de-la-ZouchKenneth Hillier8100Mar 198813-17
Elizabeth of York's Last JourneyBarrie Williams8100Mar 198818-19
And to be Delivered to the Lord Richard Duke of Gloucester, the Other Brother'Anne F Sutton8100Mar 198820-25
Buck and the Elizabeth of York Letter: A Reply to Dr HanhamArthur Kincaid8101Jun 198846-49
Harrington v. Saville: A Fifteenth-Century Divorce CaseMoira Habberjam8101Jun 198850-60
Richard III's Books: V: Aegidius Romanus' De Regimine PrincipumAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8101Jun 198861-73
Review Article: The English Court. The Tudor Court by David Loades. The English Court from the Wars of the Roses to the Civil War by David StarkeyRosemary Horrox8101Jun 198874-78
Popular Religious Beliefs in Wales at the End of the Middle AgesGlanmor Williams8102Sep 198890-100
The Family of Richard IIIMuriel Smith8102Sep 1988101-103
Richard III's Books: VI: The Anonymous or Fitzhugh ChronicleAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8102Sep 1988104-119
John Caster, King's Skinner within the Great WardrobeTimberlake Smith8103Dec 1988130-135
Richard III's Books: VII: Guido Delle Colonne's Historia Destructionis Troiae. VIII - Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae, with The Prophecy of the Eagle and CommentaryAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8103Dec 1988136-148
Review Article: Experience and Experiment: The 1986 Harlaxton SymposiumMargaret Condon8103Dec 1988149-155
The Career of a Fifteenth-Century Lawyer: Miles Metcalfe of WensleydaleCarole Parkhouse8104Mar 1989174-189
Richared III's Books: VII - Guido Delle Colonne's Historia Destructionis TroiaeAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8104Mar 1989190-196
The Remains of Mary of BurgundyJoyce Melhuish8105Jun 1989210-216
Richard III's Books: VIII: Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae with The Prophecy of the Eagle and CommentaryAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8105Jun 1989217-224
A Personal View of the Road to Bosworth FieldArnold J James8105Jun 1989225-235
Consultants, Careerists and Conspirators: Royal Doctors in the time of Richard III 1452-1461Carole Rawcliffe8106Sep 1989250-258
Memoir of a Yeoman in the Service of the House of YorkMichael J Bennett8106Sep 1989259-264
Richard III and St Julian: A New MythAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8106Sep 1989265-270
Richard III's Books: VIII: Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae with The Prophecy of the Eagle and CommentaryAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8107Dec 1989290-304
A Local Dispute and the Politics of 1483: Roger Townshend, Earl Rivers and the Duke of GloucesterC E Moreton8107Dec 1989305-308
Katherine Bray's Flemish Book of HoursJ J G Alexander8107Dec 1989309-317
Croyland ObservationsH A Kelly8108Mar 1990334-341
Did Edward V Outlive his Reign or did he Outreign his Life?M A Hicks8108Mar 1990342-345
Richard III and the House of DudleyBarrie Williams8108Mar 1990346-350
Richard III's Books: VIII: Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae with The Prophecy of the Eagle and CommentaryAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8108Mar 1990351-362
The Political Career of Francis Viscount Lovell (1456-?)Joanna M Williams8109Jun 1990382-402
Richard III's Books: VII and VIII: The Interest of these Books to Richard III and Later OwnersAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8109Jun 1990403-413
A Local Dispute and the Politics of 1483: Two ReactionsIsolde Wigram and Marlous Thöne8109Jun 1990414-416
Patriotism, Pride and Paranoia: England and the English in the Fifteenth CenturyKeith Dockray8110Sep 1990430-442
The Career of Robert Michelson, Merchant, Ship Master and Burgess of Kingston-upon-Hull 1464-1490Audrey M Howes8110Sep 1990443-448
The Prophecy of GAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8110Sep 1990449-450
The Battles of Barnet and Tewkesbury PW Hammond.Dec 1990
Bones in the Tower: A Discussion of Time, Place and Circumstance Part 1Helen Maurer8111Dec 1990474-493
Richard III's Books: IX: The Grand Chroniques de FranceAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs8111Dec 1990494-514
Bones in the Tower: A Discussion of Time, Place and Circumstance Part 2Helen Maurer9112Mar 19912-22
Richard III's Books: X: The Prose TristanAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9112Mar 199123-37
An Amended Itinerary to Bosworth FieldArnold J James9113Jun 199154-69
Mary Shelley's Perkin WarbeckNatalie Jane Prior9113Jun 199170-75
A Requiem for King EdwardC S L Davies9114Sep 1991102-105
Unweaving the Web: The Plot of July 1483 against Richard III and its Wider SignificanceMichael Hicks9114Sep 1991106-109
Richard III's Books: XI: Ramon Lull's Order of Chivalry translated by William CaxtonAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9114Sep 1991110-129
The World of Etheldreda GardenerKristine G Bradberry9115Dec 1991146-153
Richard III's Books: XII: William of Worcester's Boke of Noblesse and his Collection of Documents on the War in NormandyAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9115Dec 1991154-165
Richard III's Other Palatinate: John Shirwood, Bishop of DurhamBarrie Williams9115Dec 1991166-169
Richard III's Books: XIII: Chivalric Ideals and RealityAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9116Mar 1992190-205
The Wives and Children of Sir William Stanley of HoltJean M Gidman9116Mar 1992206-210
Review Article: Richard III and the Princes by A J PollardP W Hammond, Livia Visser Fuchs and Isolde Wigram9116Mar 1992211-221
The Battle of WakefieldKeith Dockray9117Jun 1992238-258
The Battle of Wakefield: The Topography Richard Knowles9117Jun 1992259-265
Richard Liveth Yet': An Old MythAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9117Jun 1992266-269
The More: Archbishop George Neville's PalaceHeather Falvey9118Sep 1992290-302
Richard III's Books: Mistaken AttributionsAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9118Sep 1992303-310
How Posterity Beheaded Morton: The Case of the Missing HeadIsolde Martyn9118Sep 1992311-314
The Wives of Sir William StanleyBarbara Coulton9118Sep 1992315-318
Richard III, Henry VII and the Island of JerseyC S L Davies9119Dec 1992334-342
Richard III's Books: Ancestry and 'True Nobility'Anne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9119Dec 1992343-358
Richard III's Books ObservedAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs9120Mar 1993374-388
Caroline Halsted and Mary ShelleyNatalie Jane Prior9120Mar 1993389-392
Lady Scroop Daughter of King Edward: An EnquiryPauline Sheppard Routh9121Jun 1993410-416
Thomas Woodshawe, 'Grasiour' and RegicideRaymond J Skinner9121Jun 1993417-425
Byron's Lost Epic: Some Speculations on Bosworth Field (1807)Natalie Jane Prior9121Jun 1993426-429
William Lord Hastings and the Crisis of 1483: An Assessment. Part 1Wendy E A Moorhen9122Sep 1993446-466
One Prince or Two? The Family of Richard IIIMichael A Hicks9122Sep 1993467-468
Where did Elizabeth of York find ConsolationLivia Visser-Fuchs9122Sep 1993469-474
William Lord Hastings and the Crisis of 1483: An Assessment. Part 2Wendy E A Moorhen9123Dec 1993482-497
Review Article: The Parliamentary Class of 1399A J Pollard9123Dec 1993498-504
William Flete: More than just a Castle BuilderHeather Falvey10124Mar 19942-15
Not Yorkist but Anti Lancastrian: Henry Despenser Bishop of Norwich 1370-1406Richard Allington-Smith10124Mar 199416-18
Nicholas Harpisfeld, Clerk of The Signet, Author and MurdererLivia Visser-Fuchs10125Jun 199442-59
Review Article: Microcosm or Mere County? Greater Warwickshire in the Fifteenth CenturyRowena E Archer10125Jun 199460-65
The Making of a Minor London Chronicle in the Household of Sir Thomas Frowyk (Died 1485)Anne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs10126Sep 199486-103
The Reburial of Richard, Duke of York, 21-30 July 1476P W Hammond, Anne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs10127Dec 1994122-165
Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and the Death of Thomas FauconbergRichard Britnell10128Mar 1995174-184
Putting Women in their Place: Social and Legal Attitudes towards Violence in Marriage in Late Medieval EnglandAlison McRae-Spencer10128Mar 1995185-193
Communal Leisure in Late Medieval EnglandHeather Falvey10128Mar 1995194-197
A Most Benevolent Queen' Queen Elizabeth Woodville's Reputation, her Piety and her BooksAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs10129Jun 1995214-245
The Battle of Towton AW Boardman, Stroud 1994.Sep 1995
The Reinvention of Richard IIISharon D Michalove10130Sep 1995266-276
Edward IV: Playboy or Politician?Keith Dockray10131Dec 1995306-325
Richard III's Books XIV: Pietro Carmeliano's Early PublicationsAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs10132Mar 1996346-386
Some London Women Readers and a Text of The Three Kings of CologneJulia Boffey10132Mar 1996387-396
The Red Rose of LancasterJohn Ashdown-Hill10133Jun 1996406-420
A Yorkist Window at Oddingley, WorcestershireRalph H Richardson10133Jun 1996421-428
A Paper Crown: The Titles and Seals of Cecily Duchess of YorkJoanna L Chamberlayne10133Jun 1996429-435
Richard Duke of Gloucester and the Scropes of MashamMichael K Jones10134Sep 1996454-460
Richard of Gloucester and La Grosse BombardeAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs10134Sep 1996461-465
Lambert Simnel and the King from Dublin Gordon Smith10135Dec 1996498-536
Walsingham in 1469: The Pilgrimage of Edward IV and Richard, Duke of GloucesterJohn Ashdown-Hill11136Mar 19972-16
The Device of Queen Elizabeth Woodville: A Gillyflower or PinkAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs11136Mar 199717-24
Review Article: Commerce and Credit: The Grocers' Company and the Growth of Medieval LondonJ L Bolton11136Mar 199725-30
John Skirwith, King's Pointsmaker 1461-(?)86, and Leatherseller of LondonAnne F Sutton11137Jun 199754-93
The Enigma of Richard III's Woodcut Portrait of 1529C H Clough11138Sep 1997114-139
Richard III and the Battle of DunesmoreColin Richmond11138Sep 1997140-143
The Battle of Wakefield: 30 December 1460 PA Haigh.Dec 1997
Edward IV's Uncrowned Queen: The Lady Eleanor Talbot, Lady ButlerJohn Ashdown-Hill11139Dec 1997166-190
Lady Katherine Gordon: A Genealogical PuzzleWendy E A Moorhen11139Dec 1997191-213
Author! Author! Crowland RevisitedAlison Hanham11140Mar 1998226-238
Niclas Von Popplau - His Work and TravelsPiotr Radzikowski11140Mar 1998239-248
Edward IV's only Romance? Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 91, L'Histoire des Seigneurs de GavreLivia Visser-Fuchs11141Jun 1998278-287
The Reburial Expenses of Sir Thomas ArundellHannes Kleineke11141Jun 1998288-296
Roses with Thorns: The Dangers of Restoration and InterpretationJohn Ashdown-Hill11141Jun 1998297-301
The Case against Edward IV's Marriage and Offspring: Secrecy; Witchcraft; Secrecy; PrecontractH A Kelly11142Sep 1998326-335
Reflections on Lady EleanorMuriel Smith11142Sep 1998336-339
The Missing Molars: A Genealogical ConundrumJohn Ashdown-Hill11142Sep 1998340-344
Varieties of Error and Kingsford's Stonor Letters and PapersAlison Hanham11142Sep 1998345-352
The Royal Burials of the House of York at WindsorAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs11143Dec 1998366-407
James Gairdner: A Colossus of Victorian Historians of the Wars of the Roses, Richard III and Henry VIIKeith Dockray11144Mar 1999426-445
The Royal Burials of the House of York at Windsor: II. Princess Mary, May 1482, and Queen Elizabeth Woodville, June 1492Anne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs11144Mar 1999446-462
The Elusive Mistress: Elizabeth Lucy and her FamilyJohn Ashdown-Hill11145Jun 1999490-505
Laments for the Death of Edward IVAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs11145Jun 1999506-524
Review Article: What Niclas Von Popplau really wrote about Richard IIILivia Visser-Fuchs11145Jun 1999525-530
The 'Ravishing' of Isabel Boteler: Abduction and the pursuit of wealth in Lancastrian EnglandShelley A Sinclair11146Sep 1999546-557
Margaret of Anjou and the Lancastrian March on London, 1461B M Cron11147Dec 1999590-615
Richard was LateLivia Visser-Fuchs11147Dec 1999616-619
Review article: Richard III and Buckingham's Rebellion by Louise Gill. Stroud 1999.Mar 2000
Henry VI and his MiraclesAlison Hanham12148Mar 2000638-652
The Nobility and the Coronation of Richard IIIColin Richmond12148Mar 2000653-659
Review Article: Revisiting the Middle Ages: The Cambridge History of Medieval English LiteratureRoger Ellis12148Mar 2000660-674
A Review of the Sources for the Battle of BarnetPeter J Weston12149Jun 200050-70
Richard III: Central Government and AdministrationEmma J Bolden12149Jun 200071-81
New Light on Cornelio Vitelli and Humanistic Studies at Oxford University in the late Fifteenth centuryCecil H Clough12150Sep 200094-119
Willilam Abell; Parishioner, Churchwarden, Limnur, Stationer in the Parish of St Nicholas Shambles in the city of LondonHelen Combes12150Sep 2000120-132
Remedying Mischiefs: Bishop John Russell and the Royal TitleAlison Hanham12151Dec 2000146-160
Why Richard III?T M Colwell12151Dec 2000161-178
Norfolk Requiem: The Passing of the House of MowbrayJohn Ashdown-Hill12152Mar 2001198-217
The Wives of Sir James Hobart (1440-1517), Attorney General 1486-1507John B Weller12152Mar 2001218-248
William, Lord Hastings, the Calais Garrison and the Politics of Yorkist EnglandDavid Grummitt12153Jun 2001262-274
1477 - The Expedition that never was: Chivalric Expectation in Late Yorkist EnglandMichael K Jones12153Jun 2001275-292
Richard Lord Latimer, Richard III and the Warwick InheritanceM A Hicks12154Sep 2001314-320
The 'Champchevrier Portrait': A Cautionary TaleB M Cron12154Sep 2001321-327
Richard Redman: The Yorkist Years (c. 1461-88)Joseph A Gribbin12155Dec 2001350-364
The Memoir of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby by John Britton: An Early Exercise in Historical ResearchRaymond J Skinner12155Dec 2001365-375
Four Weddings and a Conspiracy: The Life, Times and Loves of Lady Katherine Gordon. Part 1Wendy E A Moorhen12156Mar 2002394-424
Four Weddings and a Conspiracy: The Life, Times and Loves of Lady Katherine Gordon. Part 2Wendy E A Moorhen12157Jun 2002446-478
Blood Red Roses: The Archaeology of a Mass Grave from the Battle of Towton AD1461 edited by Veronica Fiorato, Anthea Boylston and Christopher Knüsel, Oxbow Books, Oxford 2000.Sep 2002
Four Weddings and a Conspiracy: The Life, Times and Loves of Lady Katherine Gordon. ConclusionWendy E A Moorhen12158Sep 2002494-525
William Shakespeare, the Wars of the Roses and the Historians Keith Dockray.Dec 2002
King Richard III at York in Late Summer 1483A Compton Reeves12159Dec 2002542-553
The English Delegation to the Conference of St Omer (1463)Edward L Meek12159Dec 2002554-562
The Inquistion Post Mortem of Eleanor Talbot, Lady Butler, 1468 (PRO, C 140/29/39John Ashdown-Hill12159Dec 2002563-573
You Know Me by My Habit': Heralds' Tabards in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth centuriesAdrian Ailes1320031-11
Jane with the Blemyssh: A Skeleton in the de la Pole ClosetRowena E Archer13200312-26
The Lancastrian Claim to the ThroneJohn Ashdown-Hill13200327-38
Ellen Langwith: Silkwoman of London, (died 1481)Caroline Barron and Matthew Davies13200339-47
Freston Tower: An Ipswich Mercer's Landmark?John Blatchly13200348-53
The Buckinghamshire Six at BosworthLesley Boatwright13200354-66
Books and Readers in Calais: Some NotesJulia Boffey13200367-74
Jacqueline of Bavaria in September 1425, A Lonely Princess in Ghent?Marc Boone13200375-85
The Woollen Textile Industry of Suffolk in the Later Middle AgesRichard Britnell13200386-99
Paris - Mirror or Lamp to English Medieval Royal Goldsmiths?Marian Campbell132003100-113
The Admiralty Seal of Richard, Duke of GloucesterJohn Cherry132003114-120
Three Gigli of Lucca in England in the Fifteenth and early Sixteenth centuries: Diversification in a Family of Mercery MerchantsCecil H Clough132003121-147
Another Medieval London Widow: The Story of Beatrice CornburghMargaret Connolly132003148-158
More Through Fear than Love': The Herefordshire Gentry, The Alien Subsidy of 1483 and Regional Responses to Richard III's UsurpationSean Cunningham132003159-173
Joan of Arc: Myth and RealityKeith Dockray132003174-185
Reading Images of ReadingMartha Driver132003186-202
The Chapel-of-Ease: Symbol of Local Identity and AmbitionDavid Dymond132003203-216
John Stow and Lydgate's Order of FoolsA S G Edwards132003217-220
Hoccleve's Portrait? in British Library Manuscript Arundel 38Mary Erler132003221-228
The Illegitimate Children of Edward IVPeter Hammond132003229-233
Our Trusty and Welbeloved Servant and Squire of oure Body', Nicholas Baker alias SpicerBill Hampton132003234-241
Home or Away? Some Problems with DaughtersAlison Hanham132003242-248
William Estfield, Mercer (died 1446), and William Alnwick, Bishop (died 1449); Evidence for a Friendship?Rosemary Hayes132003249-259
Richard III, The Great Landholders and the Results of the Wars of the RosesMichael Hicks132003260-270
Medieval Vestments at Wells CathedralJean Imray132003271-282
For my Lord of Richmond, A Pourpoint … And A Palfry': Brief Remarks on the Financial Evidence for Henry Tudor's Exile in Brittany, 1471-1484Michael C E Jones132003283-293
My Image to be Made all Naked'?: Cadaver Tombs and the Commemoration of Women in Fifteenth century EnglandPamela King132003294-314
Morton's Fork'? - Henry VII's 'Forced Loan' of 1486Hannes Kleineke132003315-327
Plate, Good Stuff, and Household Things': Husbands, Wives, and Chattels in England at the end of the Middle AgesJanet Loengard132003328-340
The Career of John de la Pole, Earl of LincolnWendy Moorhen132003341-358
The East Anglian Lollards Revisted: Parochial Art in NorfolkAnn E Nicholls132003359-370
St George of England: An Edition of the Sermon for St George's Day from Mirk's FestivalSusan Powell132003371-383
The Inventory of a Fifteenth Century NecromancerCarole Rawcliffe132003384-397
Books and Pictures: An Unlikely Story of the Brothers PastonColin Richmond132003398-407
Scraps from Bury St EdmundNicholas Rogers132003408-414
A Cloke Not Made So Orderly': The Sixteenth Century Minutes of the Merchant Taylors' CompanyAnn Saunders132003415-419
John Baret of BuryMargaret Statham132003420-431
Dame Margery Astry Claire A Martin1420041-31
Alice Martyn, Widow of London: An Episode in Richard's Youth Hannes Kleineke14200432-36
Propaganda in the Prepared Parliamentary Speeches of 1455-1461 Russell Butcher14200437-53
Lady Eleanor Butler and John Crowne's The Misery of Civil War Barbara A Murray14200454-61
Lady Eleanor Talbot's Other Husband: Sir Thomas Butler, Heir of Sudeley, and his Family John Ashdown-Hill14200462-81
The Endowments of Lady Eleanor Talbot and of Elizabeth Talbot, Duchess of Norfolk, at Corpus Christi College Cambridge John Ashdown-Hill14200482-94
The Crouchbank Legend Revisited. More on the Lancastrian Claim to the Throne T P J Edlin14200495-105
Review Article: 'Agincourt, Agincourt, Know Ye Not Agincourt? Agincourt 1415, Henry V, Sir Thomas Erpingham and the Triumph of the English Archers. Anne Curry (ed.)  The Battle of Agincourt. Sources and Interpretations. Anne CurryRowena Archer142004106-115
Review Article: Phantom Bastardy and Ghostly Pikemen. Bosworth 1485: Psychology of a Battle. Livia Visser-Fuchs. Michael K Jones.142004116-122
Antony Wydevile, Lord Scales and Earl Rivers: Family, Friends and Affinity. Part 1 Lynda Pidgeon1520051-19
Richard, Duke of Gloucester and the De Vere Estates James Ross15200520-32
The Stonors and Thomas Betson; Some Neglected Evidence Alison Hanham15200533-52
'Danse Macabre' Around the Tomb and Bones of Margaret of York Paul de Win15200553-69
The Execution of the Earl of Desmond John Ashdown-Hill and Annette Carson15200570-93
Parvenues and Politics: The Woodvilles, Edward IV and the Baronage 1464-1469 Andrew Kettle15200594-113
Richard's Books: IX. The Grandes Chronicques de France; A Footnote Anne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs152005114-116
The Yorkist Royal Family in the Bede Roll of the Parish Clerks' Fraternity of London Norman James152005117-118
The Go-Between? John Ashdown-Hill152005119-121
Review Article: Weight and Beauty. Gothic Art for England 1400-1547Anne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs152005122-131
Review Article: The Flemish Manuscript Miniature: Illuminating the Renaissance: The Triumph of Flemish Manuscript Painting in EuropeLynda Dennison152005132-136
Review Article: Did London Chronicles Spin Their Facts or Did They 'Wryte in theyr Regystres Suche Thynges As Dayly Happen And Falle'? The London Chronicles in the Fifteenth CenturyAnne F Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs152005137-143
Alive and well in Canada: The Mitochondrial DNA of Richard III John Ashdown-Hill1620061-14
Antony Wydevile, Lord Scales and Earl Rivers: Family, Friends and Affinity. Part 2 Lynda Pidgeon1520061-19
Antony Wydeville, Lord Scales and Rivers: Family, Friends and Affinity. Part 2 Lynda Pidgeon16200615-45
Two dozen and more Silkwomen of Fifteenth-Century London Anne F Sutton16200646-58
The Moneyers of the Tower of London and William Lord Hastings in 1472 Jessica Freeman16200659-65
Gerard von Wesel's Newsletter from England, 17 April 1471 Hannes Klieneke16200666-83
The Tomb, The Palace and a touch of Shakespeare: The Memory of Sir John Crosby Christian Steer16200684-94
Genealogical Conundrums Wendy EA Moorhen16200695-99
Alchemists, Pirates, and Pilgrims: Towards a revised model of English Knighthood in the Lancastrian Era Gilbert Bogner162006100-112
Lady Eleanor Talbot: New Evidence; New Answers; New Questions John Ashdown-Hill162006113-132
'Al ful of fresshe floures white and reede': The Jewellery of Margaret of York and its Meaning. John Ashdown-Hill2007
Richard III, Tydeus of Calydon and their Boars in the Latin Oration of Archibald William Whitelaw, Archdeacon of St Andrews, at Nottingham on 12 Septmebr 1484 Livia Visser-Fuchs1720071-21
Richard III and the Origins of the Court of Requests Hannes Kleineke17200722-32
Slain Dogs, the Deam Man and Editorial Constructs Alison Hanham & B M Cron17200733-54
Marcellus Maures Alias Selis, or Utrecht and London, a Goldsmith of the Yorkist Kings Anne F Sutton17200772-82
Dirment Impediments, Dispensations and Divorce: Richard III and Matrimony Marie Barnfield17200783-98
The Mysterious Affair at Crowland Abbey Alison Hanham1820081-20
Tres Sunt Ricardi and The Crowland Chronicle Julian M Luxford18200821-30
The Epitaph of King Richard III John Ashdown-Hill18200831-45
A Welsh Poem of 1485 on Richard III Andrew Breeze18200846-53
Taking a Long-Term View: A note on Richard III and Dublin Howard B Clarke18200854-57
Richard III as a Fop: A Foolish myth Anne F Sutton18200858-65
Honour is the Reward of Virtue: The Claudian Translation made for Richard, Duke of York, in 1445 Livia Visser-Fuchs18200866-82
Cathedral Deans of the Yorkist Age A Compton Reeves18200883-91
The More Revisited Heather Falvey18200892-99
The Opening of the Tombs of the dukes of Richmond and Norfolk, Framlingham, April 1481: The Account of the Reverend JW Darby John Ashdown-Hill182008100-107
The Entry of Quyeen Elizabeth Woodville over London Bridge, 24 May 1465Anne F Sutton & Livia Visser-Fuchs1920091-31
A Disputed Election to Richard III's ParliamentHannes Kleineke & Charles Moreton19200932-49
The Order of the Garter and Fifteenth-Century Italian Ruling DynastiesCecil H Clough19200950-62
Coins Attributed to the Yorkist Pretenders, 1487-1498John Ashdown-Hill19200963-83
Who is Buried in the Tomb of St Kenelm's Church, Minster Lovell?Monika E Simon19200984-94
Richard III, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and Two Turbulent PriestsAnne F Sutton & Livia Visser-Fuchs19200995-109
The Register of Robert Stillington, Bishop of Bath and Wells 1466-91William J Connor2020101-22
Alice Domenyk-Markby-Shipley-Portaleyn of St Bartholomew's Hospital Close and Isleworth: The Inheritance, Life and Tribulations of an HeiressAnne F Sutton20201023-65
A Rebel Manifesto of 1483Alison Hanham20201066-69
The Tudors; Name and ImplicationsClifford S L Davies20201070-72
A Letter Relating to the Crisis of 1468Hannes Kleineke20201073-79
The Life and Death of Sir Henry Pierrepont, 1430-1499: A Search for Identity and MemorialMatthew Ward20201080-93
Medical Recipes from the Yorkist CourtTig Lang20201094-102
The Minster Yorkist: An Armoured Effigy in the Abbey Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Sexburgha, Minster, Isle of Sheppey, KentMarcus Herbert2120111-22
Sir John Skrene, Richard of Gloucester and Queens' College, CambridgeAnne F Sutton21201123-46
Sedition and the King 'Beyond the See', The Norwich Cordwainers, the Prior of Shouldham and Edmund de la Pole, 1504-08James Ross21201147-60
Canonical Books: The Library of John Austell (died 1499)Hannes Kleineke21201161-66
Jacquetta of Luxembourg, Duchess of Bedford and Lady RiversLucia Diaz Pacual21201167-92
The Will of a Norfolk Soldier at BosworthJohn Alban2220121-8
The Pied Bull: A Nevill Effigy in the Parish Church of St Lawrence, Mereworth, KentMarcus Herbert2220129-34
Convocations Called by Edward IV and Richard of Gloucester in 1483: Did they ever take place?Annette Carson22201235-46
Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and the Purchase and Sale of Hooton Pagnell, Yorkshire, 1475-1480James Ross22201247-54
Some Members of the Household of George Neville, Archbishop of YorkHeather Falvey22201255-58
Agnes Don-Bretton, Merchant Stapler, Widow and Matriarch of Southampton and London, circa 1450 to 1516Anne F Sutton22201259-94
The Garter and the Garter Achievements of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. With an Appendix on Edward IV's Additions to the Statutes of the Order of the GarterLivia Visser-Fuchs2320131-20
'Pondre the universalle wele of the cuntre': Richard III, Bridges and FloodsAnne F Sutton23201321-36
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