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Richard III: Murderer or misjudged?

Chronology

Chronology

About this learning resource

Format: PDF

A timeline with the key dates and events relating to the reign of Richard III disappearance of the two princes in the Tower, and the discovery of new evidence from 1483 to 2014.

National Curriculum links

• The development of Church, state and society in Medieval Britain 1066-1509. 
• The Wars of the Roses; Henry VII and attempts to restore stability.

Learning objectives

• Students will understand people involved in the lead up to the coronation of Richard III.
• Students will analyse the evidence for and against Richard III’s guilt in the disappearance of the Princes.

Resource Information

Key Stage

  • KS3 (age 11-14)
  • KS4 (age 15-16)
  • Home Educators

Subjects

  • History

Topic

  • Medieval
  • Crime & Punishment

Type

  • For the classroom
  • For your visit

Palace

  • Tower of London
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