The Last Days Of Richard III Contains A New And Uniquely Detailed Exploration Of Richard S LastDays By Deliberately Avoiding The Hindsight Knowledge That He Will Lose The Battle Of Bosworth Field, We Discover A New Richard No Passive Victim, Awaiting Defeat And Death, But A King Actively Pursuing His Own Agenda It Also Re Examines The Aftermath Of Bosworth The Treatment Of Richard S Body His Burial And The Construction Of His Tomb And There Is A Fascinating Story Of Why, And How, Richard III S Family Tree Was Traced Until A Relative Was Found, Alive And Well, In Canada Now, With The Discovery Of Richard S Skeleton At The Greyfriars Priory In Leicester, England, John Ashdown Hill Explains How His Book Inspired The Dig And Completes Richard III S Fascinating Story, Giving Details Of How Richard Died, And How The DNA Link To A Living Relative Of The King Allowed The Royal Body To Be Identified
Louis John Frederick Ashdown Hill MBE FSA 5 April 1949 18 May 2018 , commonly known as John Ashdown Hill, was an independent historian and author of books on late medieval English history with a focus on the House of York and Richard III of England Ashdown Hill died 18 May 2018 of motor neurone disease.
- Kindle Edition
- 256 pages
- The Last Days of Richard III
- John Ashdown-Hill
- 20 May 2018 John Ashdown-Hill