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Procession: Crowds up to ten deep line the streets of Leicester yesterday to watch Richard's coffin borne on a horse-drawn gun carriage

ROBERT HARDMAN watches as Richard III is taken to last resting place

Past McDonald's and KFC, last of the Plantagenets makes his final journey: ROBERT HARDMAN witnesses one of the strangest royal processions in history as Richard III is taken to last resting place

650 officers and enlisted men of a Cavalry unit created this human representation of a horse head, 1910s

Camp Cody, New Mexico, 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No a cavalry unit, created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI.

Richard III museum in York

Richard III museum in York (doesn't exist anymore, was replaced by the "Richard III Experience")

White roses adorn the statue of King Richard III outside Leicester Cathedral where his re-interment ceremony was held today, March 26th.

White roses adorn the statue of King Richard III outside Leicester Cathedral where his re-interment ceremony was held today, March

place where King Richard III's remains were found. A car park behind the municipal health building.

Archaeologist Mathew Morris sits in the trench where he found skeleton remains during an archeological dig to find the remains of King Richard III in Leicester, central England, September

The stone referring to King Richard III at Leicester Cathedral, the spot where the recently discovered remains will interred.

Relatives of Richard III threaten legal action claiming his planned reburial in Leicester Cathedral is a breach of HUMAN RIGHTS

The stone referring to King Richard III at Leicester Cathedral, the spot where the recently discovered remains will interred.Personally I agree with the relatives, he needs to be buried in York.

Last journey of a king: Richard III funeral begins 500 years after he was slain in battle | UK | News | Daily Express

Last journey of a King: Thousands line streets of Leicester for Richard III's final burial

Last journey of a king: Richard III funeral begins 500 years after he was slain…

Highcross Street looking towards St Peter's Lane 1913

Highcross Street looking towards St Peter's Lane 1913

The world's only facial reconstruction of Richard III was recently unveiled after 528 years after his remains were found in a car park in Leicester. Here, he is face to face with his 17th generation nephew , Michael Ibsen.

How the British weather led to the Battle of Bosworth: Huge storms thwarted previous attacks on Richard III, researchers claim

The world's only facial reconstruction of Richard III was recently unveiled after 528 years after his remains were found in a car park in Leicester. Here, he is face to face with his generation nephew , Michael Ibsen.

King Richard III passing by a statue of himself in Leicester.                                                                                                                                                      More

The recovered body of King Richard III passing by a statue of himself in Leicester.

How the Queen is related to Richard III

Queen expresses shock Richard III was found in a car park

Bosworth Field-  Richard lll killed by Henry Tudor's forces. 1485   I am a huge fan of Richard lll! Wrongly judged!

Bosworth Field Marker: where the Tudor dynasty was born - Near this spot on 22 August 1485 King Richard III fell fighting against the Usurper Henry Tudor.

Mather & Co has created a Richard III exhibition in Leicester

Richard III Exhibition, Leicester, England by Mather & Co.

Memorial to Richard III at Bosworth field. "If I may speak the truth to his honor, although small of body and weak in strength, he most valiantly defended himself as a noble knight to his last breath". - John Rous

Memorial to Richard III at Bosworth field. "If I may speak the truth to his honour, although small of body and weak in strength, he most valiantly defended himself as a noble knight to his last breath".

The burial shroud of King Richard III. Elizabeth Nokes embroidering the unbleached linen - Elizabeth embroidered boars, roses and consecration crosses: white boars for the 'blanc sanglier', the badge of Richard III; white roses for his House of York, and the crosses because he was an anointed Christian king. The embroidery was sewn in white unbleached thread, which stands out in contrast against the ecru Irish linen.

The burial shroud of King Richard III. Elizabeth Nokes embroidering the unbleached linen

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