EDUARDO IV DE INGLATERRA
Eduardo IV (n. Ruan, Normandía, 28 de abril de 1442 - Westminster, Londres, 9 de abril de 1483) fue Rey de Inglaterra desde el 4 de marzo de 1461 hasta el 31 de…
Windsor Castle in Windsor, Berkshire, UK (by Pierre Langlois). Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Ten British monarchs are buried in Windsor's St George's Chapel: Edward IV, Henry VI, Henry VIII, Charles I, George III, George IV, William IV, Edward VII, George V and George VI.
Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers and his wife, Jaquetta of Luxembourg. They are the parents of Elizabeth Woodville and Prince Arthur's maternal great-grandparents. Richard was a knight in the household of Jacquetta's first husband, the Duke of Bedford, whom she married after the Duke died and had something like 14 children with.
Richard III's signature | Born in England on October 2, 1452, Richard III served as king of England for only two years, but his reign was one of the most historic and turbulent. He is credited with the responsibility for several murders, including those of his nephews Edward and Richard, and of Henry VI. He was the last English king to die in battle in 1485.
WHITE ROSE~ Edmund, Earl of Rutland (1443 – 60) was the fifth child and second surviving son of Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York, and Cecily Neville. He was born in Rouen and was a brother of Edward IV and Richard III. Edmund died at the age of 17 after the Battle of Wakefield during the Wars of the Roses. He had fought in the battle at the side of his father. Said, he was executed by Lord Clifford, the one of the strongest supporters of Margaret of Anjou.
Interview of Edward IV and Louis XI at Pecquigny - THE TREATY OF PECQUIGNY (1475), was made between Edward IV and Louis XI of France.The English invaded France in 1475, Edward IV having made an alliance with Charles of Burgundy, but directly the English set foot in France, Louis offered to treat for peace, and eventually the treaty of Pecquigny was made on these terms:—Edward to return to England on the payment of 75,000 crowns.A truce to be kept for seven years.The Kings of England and Fran...
Family tree of Elizabeth Woodville and Edward IV. Their daughter, Elizabeth of York, was Henry VIII's mother. Woodville was also mother to the famous "Princes in the Tower," both of whom are widely believed to have been murdered by their uncle, Richard III, so that they could never inherit the throne. Richard III was killed during the Battle of Bosworth in 1485 by Henry VI (Henry VIII's father), thus ending the Plantaganent dynasty and spawning the Tudor dynasty.
(painting by Pedro Américo) The Princes in the Tower were Edward V of England and Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York. The two brothers were the only sons of Edward IV of England. Then 12 and 9 years old, they were lodged in the Tower of London by the man appointed to look after them, the Lord Protector, Richard, Duke of Gloucester.
Unknown woman, formerly known as Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury from National Portrait Gallery. c1535. Margaret Pole the Blessed, Countess of Salisbury (1473 - 1541) Daughter of George, Duke of Clarence, who was the brother of King Edward IV and King Richard III. Peeress in her own right . One of the few surviving members of the Plantagenet dynasty after the Wars of the Roses, she was executed in 1541 at the command of King Henry VIII, her 1st cousin, once removed. Beatified, 1886...
Wars of the Roses - Red tudor rose, representing the Lancastrian side of the Wars of the Roses. Their opponents were Yorkists, represented by the white rose. "The White Queen" was named after the white rose, and was wife of Yorkist King Edward IV. The opponents were mostly related as cousins who descended from King Edward. . ... SoniaSophia
Edward Plantagenet, Earl of Warwick (1475-1499) Son of George, Duke of Clarence and Isabelle Neville, daughter of the "king maker". Following the Death of King Richard III in 1485, Henry VII imprisons the 10 year old Warwick in the Tower. In 1499, the pretender Perkin Warbeck and Warwick plotted to have Warwick escape from the tower. Aged 24, he is executed for treason for trying to set himself free. On Warwick's death the house of Plantagenet became extinct in the legitimate male line.