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The Most successful failure of the middle ages: Richard Duke of York (1411-1460)

A talk by Diana Dunn of the University of Chester

Richard 3rd Duke of York had perhaps the strongest claim to the throne in the mid 15th c. being descended from Edward III through both parents. Despite his failure to achieve his ambition to become king he can be considered the true founder of the royal house of York.


Ms Diana Dunn | talks


Date and Time:

26 January 2011 at 1:00 pm


1 hour



Grosvenor Museum
27 Grosvenor Street
01244 972109

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