KRA Week – Day 3

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Before Day 3 informations start, here are the main sites, the KRA Week 2012 and the scavenger hunt.
 
 


♕ Maria Grazia (Fly High!) ♕


 

RIII and Queen Anne Neville – Stained glass window at Cardiff Castle
(Source: Geoff Wheeler, Richard III Society)


Maria Grazia with her well established blog Fly High! publishes wonderful book reviews and is a great supporter of King Richard III.
 
We have mentioned her articles repeatedly, so when you do a search for her here on the KRA website, you will find a full list of results.
 
We also had an interview with Maria Grazia here on KRA, which shows her well informed approach towards the history and literary perception of King Richard III and her full list of articles, she already has published about King Richard III. Those articles can be reached via this page on her blog Fly High!
 
Today, Maria Grazia presents the news of the day about the archaeological search for the mortal remains of King Richard III in Leicester, and reviews the historical novel
 
“Some Touch of Pity” by Rhoda Edwards
 
Enjoy the review and I am sure, after reading it, you will try to get a hold of this book as well.

 
 


♕ Further News of the Day ♕


 

  • The archaeological search for the burrial place of King Richard III in Leicester will be launched TODAY! So watch out for the news coverage on BBC and BBC Breakfast !
    News also is posted here on the KRA page “Search for King Richard

 

 

 
 


♕ TV-Documentation – King Richard III ♕


 
The TV-Documentation about King Richard III needs our help
 
Please support a filming of a documentation about King Richard III TODAY.

Take 2 minutes and voice your opinion today and tomorrow, on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th of August, 2012 (U.K. time), to convince Channel 4 that it is a necessary endeavour and lots of people are already waiting for a documentation about King Richard III and his life, which will take into account all the new research results and finally bring some of the mis-constructions about this English king to an end.
 
You can put your comment here, to show your support:
http://www.channel4.com/4viewers/contact-us
 
Thank you !!!
 
 


♛ Scavenger Hunt ♛


 
Questions of Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 are online now.
 

 

TIP for the scavenger hunt:
To make back-solving of the answers easier for you, all the solution letters arranged in the right order will result in a Solution Sentence.
The form with the right order for the letters can be reached here – or can be printed/downloaded via this pdf-file.

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February 12, 2014

King Richard III commemorative window designs go on display (by Fiona Dryden, Leicester Mercury)


February 12, 2014

Richard III: Leicester genetics team to help shed new light on king’s DNA (Leicester Mercury)


February 11, 2014

Richard III’s DNA to be analysed to create complete genome sequence (by Maev Kennedy, The Guardian)


February 11, 2014

Richard III to have his DNA decoded: King will be first royal to have genes sequenced – and it could reveal his eye and hair colour (by Victoria Woollaston, Daily Mail Online)


February 11, 2014

Richard III – The Whole Genome Sequence (by UniversityLeicester, University of Leicester (YouTube))


February 10, 2014

Richard III’s crown taking shape ready for a prominent place in reburial (by Tom Mack, Leicester Mercury)


February 10, 2014

A Perfect Coup (by Matt Lewis, Matt’s History Blog)


February 4, 2014

Fit for a King: The Burial and Reburial of Richard III with John Ashdown-Hill (by Olga Hughes, Nerdalicious.com (Blog))


February 4, 2014

Uncertainty over reburial of Richard III as Leicester and York await judicial review (by Culture24 Reporter, Culture24)


January 1, 2014

Bishop of Leicester: ‘Richard III will be buried in Leicester’ (BBC News)


 

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