Monday, 1 April 2013

The Prince in the Pay and Display

Just got back from Tewkesbury and have exciting news regarding the burial and discovery of the remains of Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou, killed in the battle of Tewkesbury 1471.  I took these pictures from the window of the John Moore museum in Tewkesbury, and as a staunch Lancastrian,  rushed in and congratulated the museum attendant.  The pictures speak for themselves.



I do hope you are all able to read the writing and see the pictures clearly.  Clicking on the pictures should enlarge them.  What a wonderful day to be in Tewkesbury, Monday, APRIL 1st.

4 comments:

Susan Higginbotham said...

Oh, this is so exciting! I'm buying my plane tickets now!

Kathryn Warner said...

This is *fabulous* news! :D :D

Kasia Ogrodnik said...

Anerje, you were indeed lucky to be there :-) and the car parks seem lucky for the kings :-)

Gabriele C. said...

OK, now we should check the car parks in Osnabrück and surroundings for the headless body of Varus. The head went to Rome, that we know, but the rest must still be somewhere. :-P