“Off with his head!” Richard, Duke of Gloucester to & at William Hastings RICHARD III by William Shakespeare Hastings executed 13 June 1483 Richard, anointed King of England 26 June 1483 Richard killed at Battle of Bosworth Field, near Leicester, 22 August 1485 - … However, any personal attachment he may have felt to Middleham was likely mitigated in his adulthood, as surviving records demonstrate he spent less time there than at. [263], The excavators announced on 5 September 2012 that they had identified Greyfriars Church[264] and two days later that they had identified the location of Robert Herrick's garden, where the memorial to Richard III stood in the early 17th century. His title to the throne was confirmed by Parliament in January 1484 by the document Titulus Regius. [39] The following year, Richard was rewarded with all the Neville lands in the north of England, at the expense of Anne's cousin, George Neville, 1st Duke of Bedford. [207] The Richard III Society contends that this means that 'a lot of what people thought they knew about Richard III was pretty much propaganda and myth building. "[214], Polydore Vergil and Thomas More expanded on this portrayal, emphasising Richard's outward physical deformities as a sign of his inwardly twisted mind. [219] In 1525, Cardinal Wolsey upbraided the aldermen and Mayor of London for relying on a statute of Richard to avoid paying an extorted tax (benevolence) but received the reply 'although he did evil, yet in his time were many good acts made. Both the princes had escaped assassination. 3rd Duke of Gloucester. 105: The King in Person . On 1 November 1461, Richard gained the title of Duke of Gloucester; in late 1461, he was invested as a Knight of the Garter. In August of that year, by which time Clarence had married Isabel, an Italian observer in London mistakenly reported that Warwick had married his two daughters to the king's brothers (, Says Kendall, "Richard had won his way back to Middleham Castle". C'est pour lui l'occasion de dispenser de nombreux privilèges aux villes traversées, et de se forger une réputation de souverain généreux et juste[15]. The portraits have been produced using University of Leicester forensic X-ray scans of the king. ». Ce n'est que le premier d'une série d'offices auxquels est nommé Richard dans les années qui suivent : intendant du duché de Lancastre, shérif du Cumberland, gardien des forêts du Nord… Le duc de Gloucester se crée peu à peu un réseau d'influence dans le Nord de l'Angleterre, reprenant en partie les anciennes relations de Warwick, mais il s'attire également l'inimitié de plusieurs personnages puissants de la région, notamment le comte de Northumberland Henry Percy, Lord Stanley et l'évêque de Durham Lawrence Booth. Richard III was the last English king to be killed in battle. Le couronnement est à nouveau reporté. In light of this, Richard, Duke of Gloucester was made King Richard III. [170][171] John Ashdown-Hill has suggested that John was conceived during Richard's first solo expedition to the eastern counties in the summer of 1467 at the invitation of John Howard and that the boy was born in 1468 and named after his friend and supporter. On 15 January 1478, in St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, when he was about 4 years old, he married the 5-year-old Anne de Mowbray, 8th Countess of Norfolk, who had inherited the vast Mowbray estates in 1476. [256][257][258][259][260] Experts set out to locate the lost site of the former Greyfriars Church (demolished during Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries), and to discover whether his remains were still interred there. The Queens hands over her son to Gloucester, and he is taken to the Tower. 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En revanche, l'homme a vraisemblablement été tué par le coup d'une hallebarde à l'arrière du crâne, près de l'attache de la colonne vertébrale, causant une large fracture. [244] In the mystery novel The Murders of Richard III by Elizabeth Peters (1974) the central plot revolves around the debate as to whether Richard III was guilty of these and other crimes. L'acte Titulus regius est aussitôt abrogé, permettant d'unifier sur le trône les héritiers légitimes des maisons de Lancastre et d'York. [165], Both of Richard's illegitimate children survived him, but they seem to have died without issue and their fate after Richard's demise at Bosworth is not certain. [113] Still feeling a strong bond with his northern estates, Richard later planned the establishment of a large chantry chapel in York Minster with over 100 priests. Cette déplorable renommée est considérée comme a priori infondée du point de vue des historiens d'aujourd'hui, les contemporains de Richard n'étant pas moins machiavéliques. Richard, Duke of Gloucester ordered the brothers demise. [245] A sympathetic portrayal is given in The Founding (1980), the first volume in The Morland Dynasty series by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles. Accounts note that King Richard fought bravely and ably during this manoeuvre, unhorsing Sir John Cheyne, a well-known jousting champion, killing Henry's standard bearer Sir William Brandon and coming within a sword's length of Henry Tudor before being surrounded by Sir William Stanley's men and killed. Ainsi, il relance les activités de piraterie anglaises dans la Manche au début de l'année 1484, afin de contraindre le duc de Bretagne à lui livrer le prétendant lancastrien. Although it is debatable whether the English victory was due more to internal Scottish divisions rather than any outstanding military prowess by Richard,[90] it was the last time that the Royal Burgh of Berwick changed hands between the two realms. So what led up to this? Buckingham tried to escape in disguise, but was either turned in by a retainer for the bounty Richard had put on his head, or was discovered in hiding with him. Edward V was a minor, so his uncle Richard, Duke of Gloucester, was made Protector by the will of Edward IV. He located lost archival material, including the Titulus Regius, but also claimed to have seen a letter written by Elizabeth of York, according to which Elizabeth sought to marry the king. François II accepte, mais Henri est prévenu et se réfugie en France en septembre, auprès de Pierre de Beaujeu et d'Anne de France, régents du royaume pour le jeune Charles VIII. [53] They were attainted by Warwick's only Parliament on 26 November. [67] A contemporary source is clear about his holding the vanguard for Edward at Tewkesbury,[68] deployed against the Lancastrian vanguard under Edmund Beaufort, 4th Duke of Somerset, on 4 May 1471,[69] and his role two days later, as Constable of England, sitting alongside John Howard as Earl Marshal, in the trial and sentencing of leading Lancastrians captured after the battle. [232], Some twentieth-century historians have been less inclined to moral judgement,[233] seeing Richard's actions as a product of the unstable times. Il est considéré comme un traître, et ses biens sont confisqués. After the death of Edward IV in April 1483.Richard claimed he was forestalling a plot by the Woodville family against him, he arrested Anthony Woodville and took possession of … [14] As the relationship between the king and Warwick became strained, Edward IV opposed the match. [239] Particularly influential was The Daughter of Time (1951) by Josephine Tey, in which a modern detective concludes that Richard III is innocent in the death of the Princes. La pièce est jouée par sa troupe, la Piccola Familia. Sa mère Anne meurt à son tour le 16 mars 1485. [295] On 11 February 2014 the University of Leicester announced the project to sequence the entire genome of Richard III and one of his living relatives, Michael Ibsen, whose mitochondrial DNA confirmed the identification of the excavated remains. [1] His childhood coincided with the beginning of what has traditionally been labelled the 'Wars of the Roses', a period of political instability and periodic open civil war in England during the second half of the fifteenth century,[2] between the Yorkists, who supported Richard's father (a potential claimant to the throne of King Henry VI from birth),[3] and opposed the regime of Henry VI and his wife, Margaret of Anjou,[4] and the Lancastrians, who were loyal to the crown. Richard rode a white courser. [289] In August 2013, they filed a court case in order to contest Leicester's claim to re-inter the body within its cathedral, and propose the body be buried in York instead. His brother Edward IV died on 9 April 1483. C'est ainsi que le jeune roi fait son entrée à Londres le 4 mai, flanqué des ducs de Gloucester et de Buckingham. His widow, Catherine Woodville, later married Jasper Tudor, the uncle of Henry Tudor. Either way, Richard led a cavalry charge deep into the enemy ranks in an attempt to end the battle quickly by striking at Henry Tudor himself.[141]. [115][116], In 1483, a conspiracy arose among a number of disaffected gentry, many of whom had been supporters of Edward IV and the "whole Yorkist establishment". [89] Richard had the authority to summon the Border Levies and issue Commissions of Array to repel the Border raids. Frère cadet du roi Édouard IV, titré duc de Gloucester en 1461, membre de la maison d'York, Richard participe comme la plupart de ses contemporains à la guerre des Deux-Roses. Toutefois, il convient de ne pas oublier que Thomas More ne peut véritablement critiquer Henry Richmond, devenu Henri VII Tudor, car il vit et écrit sous le règne de la dynastie des Tudor (c'est un des proches conseillers du roi Henri VIII). 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"[82] Richard served as its first Lord President from 1472 until his accession to the throne. He gained entry to York by using the same claim as Henry of Bolingbroke had before deposing Richard II in 1399; that is, that he was merely reclaiming the Dukedom of York rather than the crown. [228] However, he retracted his views in 1793 after the Terror, stating he now believed that Richard could have committed the crimes he was charged with,[229] although Pollard observes that this retraction is frequently overlooked by later admirers of Richard. It sits on a low plinth made of dark Kilkenny marble, incised with Richard's name, dates and motto (Loyaulte me lie – loyalty binds me). "[235][236], Apart from Shakespeare, Richard appears in many other works of literature. Robert Fabyan, in his ‘The new chronicles of England and of France’, writes that "the Duke caused the King (Edward V) to be removed unto the Tower and his broder with hym, and the Duke lodged himselfe in Crosbyes Place in Bisshoppesgate Strete. He married the Yorkist heiress Elizabeth of York, Edward IV's daughter and Richard III's niece. In Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of King Richard the Third (1768), Walpole disputed all the alleged murders and argued that Richard may have acted in good faith. Quant à Clarence, héritier présomptif d'Édouard tant que le roi n'a pas d'enfants, il tente de faire passer son frère aîné pour un enfant illégitime. [96] He proceeded to escort the king to London. This conclusion was based on mitochondrial DNA evidence,[284] soil analysis, and dental tests (there were some molars missing as a result of caries), as well as physical characteristics of the skeleton which are highly consistent with contemporary accounts of Richard's appearance. Dr Jo Appleby, the osteo-archaeologist who excavated the skeleton, concurred and described the latter as "a mortal battlefield wound in the back of the skull". Explain why Richard Duke of Gloucester made himself King in 1483? She later received another allowance, apparently for being engaged as a nurse for his brother George's son, Edward of Warwick. [24] Richard's marriage plans brought him into conflict with his brother George. Buck attacked the "improbable imputations and strange and spiteful scandals" related by Tudor writers, including Richard's alleged deformities and murders. ), K.G. [247][248] Also notable are the 1995 film version starring Ian McKellen, set in a fictional 1930s fascist England,[249][250] and Looking for Richard, a 1996 documentary film directed by Al Pacino, who plays the title character as well as himself. It would be a lot easier if she never went to Portugal in the first place, but even if Richard, Duke of Gloucester, dying in 1482 could somehow change that, I … Dernier-né de Richard d'York, il est le soutien le plus fidèle et le plus capable du règne d'Édouard. Edward IV was buried in the chapel of St George in Windsor Castle. [104], On 16 June, the dowager queen agreed to hand over the Duke of York to the Archbishop of Canterbury so that he might attend his brother Edward's coronation, still planned for 22 June. Toutefois les ricardiens soutiennent qu'Henri Tudor, futur Henri VII, avait le même intérêt à se débarrasser des deux princes, surtout en faisant accuser Richard III pour fomenter une rébellion. [174] The mysterious Richard Plantagenet, who was first mentioned in Francis Peck's Desiderata Curiosa (a two-volume miscellany published 1732–1735) was said to be a possible illegitimate child of Richard III and is sometimes referred to as "Richard the Master-Builder" or "Richard of Eastwell", but it has also been suggested he could have been Richard, Duke of York, one of the missing Princes in the Tower. • Anne F. Sutton, 'Richard of Gloucester and his East Anglian Lands', and "[99], On hearing the news of her brother's 30 April arrest, the dowager queen fled to sanctuary in Westminster Abbey. The Enigma Behind the Princes Disappearance In 1483, the Princes in the Tower Edward V of England and Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York was presumed missing or killed in the Tower of London. L'annonce de ces résultats a été faite le 4 février 2013 par le département d'archéologie de l'université[28],[29]. 24: Richard Duke of Gloucester . Tudor, qui sait que Richard dispose de nombreux renforts à Nottingham et Leicester, le rejoint le plus rapidement possible avant qu'il réunisse toute son armée. Edward was restored to the throne in the spring of 1471, following the battles of Barnet and Tewkesbury, in both of which the eighteen-year-old Richard played a crucial role. Even in the North in 1482 a man was prosecuted for offences against the Duke of Gloucester, saying he did 'nothing but grin at' the city of York. [129] Richard made overtures to Landais, offering military support for Landais's weak regime under Francis II, Duke of Brittany, in exchange for Henry. It was because he was a northerner that he became king in the first place – because of the power-base that his northern retainers represented. Clarence vient d'épouser Isabelle Neville, la fille aînée de Warwick, ce qui placerait les descendants de celui-ci sur le trône. Richard's corpse was taken to the nearby town of Leicester and buried without pomp. [194][195] In 1483 the Italian observer Mancini reported that Richard enjoyed a good reputation and that both "his private life and public activities powerfully attracted the esteem of strangers". », « après avoir régné dans une Angleterre déchirée par la guerre, c'est donc par une nation apaisée que le roi Richard III a été accompagné vers sa dernière demeure, en s'emparant de la ville frontalière de Berwick-upon-Tweed, Le roi Richard III réhabilité après cinq siècles d'infamies, Le Point, 24.03.2015, « Sous un parking, les restes de Richard III », « University of Leicester - First academic paper on the discovery of Richard III published.», « Le squelette de Richard III a été authentifié », Le squelette trouvé sous un parking est celui de... Richard III, « Le squelette de Richard III identifié », « Richard III: The twisted bones that reveal a king », « Face of Richard III revealed for first time », http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736%2813%2961757-2/fulltext, http://fr.radiovaticana.va/news/2015/03/26/langleterre_rend_hommage_au_roi_richard_iii,_d%C3%A9c%C3%A9d%C3%A9_en_1485/1132452, https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Richard_III&oldid=176933416, Article contenant un appel à traduction en anglais, Catégorie Commons avec lien local identique sur Wikidata, Article de Wikipédia avec notice d'autorité, Portail:Biographie/Articles liés/Politique, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. On 1 November 1461, Richard gained the title of Duke of Gloucester; in late 1461, he was invested as a Knight of the Garter. [296] In 2016 contemporary British artist Alexander de Cadenet presented a skull portrait of Richard III in conjunction with Leicester University. The Tudors ride high in popular esteem. [131] The size of Richard's army has been estimated at 8,000 and Henry's at 5,000, but exact numbers are not known, though the royal army is believed to have "substantially" outnumbered Henry's. La victoire de ses partisans à Northampton, en juillet 1460, lui permet de rentrer en Angleterre en septembre. Cependant, si même les détracteurs de Richard s'accordent à dire qu'il gouverne avec énergie et compétence, il ne parvient pas à remplir les caisses du royaume, vidées par les expéditions écossaises de la fin du règne d'Édouard[18]. However, this was not how leading figures in the Houses of York or Lancaster “ticked” at the time. It seems that with his death, the unfinished mansion died as well. Plate LXXIV - Sir Richard Plantagenet, Duke of Gloucester and Earl of Carlisle (afterwards King Richard III. [144] The contemporary Welsh poet Guto'r Glyn implies a leading Welsh Lancastrian, Rhys ap Thomas, or one of his men killed the king, writing that he "killed the boar, shaved his head". There were two major rebellions against Richard during his reign. [109], The princes, who were still lodged in the royal residence of the Tower of London at the time of Richard's coronation, disappeared from sight after the summer of 1483. [124], Some of Henry Tudor's ships ran into a storm and were forced to return to Brittany or Normandy,[125] while Henry himself anchored off Plymouth for a week before learning of Buckingham's failure. This presented a tempting target for onlookers, and the angle of the blow on the pelvis suggests that one of them stabbed Richard's right buttock with substantial force, as the cut extends from the back all the way to the front of the pelvic bone and was most probably an act of humiliation. In 1470 one of his supporters, the Earl of Warwick, 'the Kingmaker' changed allegiance with the support of Edward's brother, George, Duke of Clarence. L'unique Parlement du règne de Richard se réunit de janvier à mars 1484. En dépit de son importance, la bataille de Bosworth est mal documentée, mais toutes les sources s'accordent à souligner la bravoure de Richard sur le terrain. [191], There are numerous contemporary, or near-contemporary, sources of information about the reign of Richard III. He is the protagonist of Richard III, one of William Shakespeare's history plays. [231] An intermediate view was provided by Alfred Legge in The Unpopular King (1885). Pour l'histoire traditionnelle et officielle, notamment reprise par Shakespeare, Richard est le principal bénéficiaire de leur disparition, ne pouvant guère se permettre de laisser survivre des rivaux potentiels ; sa réputation en est irrémédiablement ternie[14]. [317][318] As sovereign, he used the arms of the kingdom undifferenced, supported by a white boar and a lion. [152][153] In 1495, Henry VII paid £50 (equivalent to £41,397 in 2019) for a marble and alabaster monument. Toutes les œuvres ne donnent pas pour autant cette mauvaise image : La Flèche noire, de Robert Louis Stevenson, le présente comme contrefait, mais vaillant et droit : c'est grâce à lui que le héros du roman obtient justice. [153] The exact location was then lost, owing to more than 400 years of subsequent development,[156] until archaeological investigations in 2012 revealed the site of the garden and Greyfriars Church. L'analyse de la mâchoire révèle que Richard avait perdu plusieurs molaires avant sa mort, probablement en raison de caries[30]. [303] His remains were carried in procession to the cathedral on 22 March 2015, and reburied on 26 March 2015[304] at a religious re-burial service at which both Tim Stevens, the Bishop of Leicester, and Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, officiated. Richard III and the North (1986) Richard III is the only northerner among our late medieval kings. [7] They returned to England following the defeat of the Lancastrians at the Battle of Towton. [212] Rous also attributes the murder of Henry VI to Richard, and claims that he poisoned his own wife. The anonymous play The True Tragedy of Richard III (c. 1590), performed in the same decade as Shakespeare's work, was probably an influence on Shakespeare. In 1472 he married Anne Neville, daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick. L'historiographie Tudor a servi de source à la tragédie de William Shakespeare, Richard III. Earl Rivers was executed by Richard. The first four creations were in the Peerage of England and the last in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; the current creation carries with it the subsidiary titles of Earl of Ulster and Baron Culloden. Ben Jonson is also known to have written a play Richard Crookback in 1602, but it was never published and nothing is known about its portrayal of the king. Sa scoliose avait considérablement déformé sa colonne vertébrale, donnant au roi une posture inhabituelle, non pas courbée, mais asymétrique, avec une épaule plus haute que l'autre[30]. The Countess, who was still alive, was technically the owner of the substantial Beauchamp estates, her father having left no male heirs. 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