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Its a nice touch, having him make the coffin.. Shame the tomb design is ABORTIONATE !
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The nicest comments I've heard from Ricardian sites are "stark" and "minimalist". What I can't understand is why did Leicester Cathedral spend money to commission a tomb design when Philippa Langely had already done so and had raised all the money to pay for it? Looking For Richard - The Tomb Design The design is beautiful, not over the top, and dignified, containing symbols and mottoes that meant something to Richard. And did I mention paid for?
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Richard III: Ricardian Philippa Langley hits out at design for king's tomb




Richard III: Ricardian Philippa Langley hits out at design for king's tomb | Leicester Mercury
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Statue of Richard III is placed in to its new home outside Leicester Cathedral.

BBC Radio Leicester - Jim Davis and Jo Hayward, Changes to Leicester’s maternity and Indian scrambled eggs, Richard III statue
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Richard III tomb preparation work due to start at Leicester Cathedral next month

Richard III tomb preparation work due to start at Leicester Cathedral next month | Leicester Mercury
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King Richard III: Leicester Cathedral is set for royal revamp




King Richard III: Leicester Cathedral is set for royal revamp | Leicester Mercury
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Does Leicester's Richard III centre live up to the hype?

BBC News - Does Leicester's Richard III centre live up to the hype?
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Richard III: A look inside Leicester's new visitor centre




Richard III: A look inside Leicester's new visitor centre | Leicester Mercury
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Thanks for all these links, An Ard Ri. They're so interesting.
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The Richard III visitors Centre opens tomorrow ,Saturday July 26th.


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King Richard III is 3D PRINTED: Computer generated plastic replica of monarch's skeleton goes on display





King Richard III 3D PRINTED replica skeleton goes on display | Mail Online
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Global interest for new King Richard III Centre

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Richard III's makeshift grave opens to public


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Well, the exhibition has apparently followed the U of L party line and has minimized or completely removed the contributions of the Looking for Richard Project and the Richard III Society in locating the King. Annette Carson of LFR has posted this on her blog: http://www.annettecarson.co.uk/35705...ntre-leicester
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In a museum far, far away: Anger over reconstruction of Richard III's armour which looks like a STAR WARS stormtrooper



Richard III's armour reconstruction causes anger as it looks like a STAR WARS stormtrooper | Mail Online
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This is absolutely ridiculous!!! Never have I seen a picture of a Medieval armour painted white. They didn't paint them. The only thing they did was treat the armour to make it blueish/blacking, if the owner so ordered.
I wonder if the paints they had at the time (made of egg-tempera & and early oilpaints) would have held on the metal.
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Richard III: In search of the maligned monarch in Leicester | Mail Online
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Just wonder if someone could be speaking Ricardian if they said 'Lucy, you got splainin' to do!".
Sorry... I just had to say it..
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