Richard III to receive burial fit for a king : a raised tomb made of...
Richard III will receive a burial fit for a king under a raised tomb made of Yorkshire limestone positioned on a large white rose Leicester Cathedral designed the tomb to reflect the last of England's Yorkist kings as the stone will be quarried close to where the king grew up The name of the King, his date of birth and death, along with his ... (more)
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#1 Sep 21, 2013
Hypocricy, astounding. What about the Egyptian kings whose burials were dismantled by foreigners such as the very English who's fond of RIII?
Compare a king for 2 years in a nonconsequential setting vs many kings of a mighty ancient culture over 32 centuries.
P.S. Refer easily to wikipedia for details.
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