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The Arrivall

The Arrival by Graham Turner: Edward IV enters London through Bishopsgate to reclaim the throne on the April 1471

graham turner art | The March from Leicester by Graham Turner

King Richard III leads his army out of Leicester, past Austin Friars and over Bow Bridge, en-route to Bosworth and his fateful confrontation with the invading army of his adversary for the throne, Henry Tudor. by Graham Turner

Battle of Northampton, War of the Roses

July 1460 - the Yorkists (commanded by Richard Neville, the Earl of Warwick) defeated the Lancastrians and captured Henry VI at the Battle of Northampton. Battle of Northampton by Graham.

graham turner paintings | THE ARRIVALL' - GRAHAM TURNER'S PAINTING DIARY

Medieval History Painting 'The Arrivall' Painting Diary by Jousting Artist Graham Turner

Lake Peipus 1242 - Dannish and German Crusaders building fortications in Koporye in 1241 Osprey Publishing

Danish and German Crusaders building fortifications at the existing Vod tribal settlement of Koporye

Robert Stuart, Seigneur d'Aubigny leads his Scottish archers into Paris,1515.

Graham Turner - Robert Stuart, Seigneur d'Aubigny, leads the Scottish archers of Francis I's personal bodyguard into Paris on the occasion of his coronation in January

Edward Earl of March who had recently been victorious at the battle of Mortimer's Cross, and the Earl of Warwick were therefore able to march to London where on 4th March 1461 Edward was proclaimed King Edward IV.

Edward Earl of March who had recently been victorious at the battle of Mortimer's Cross, and the Earl of Warwick were therefore able to march to London where on March 1461 Edward was proclaimed King Edward IV.

Detail from Graham Turner's Battle of st Albans.Fought on the 22nd May 1455, this was the first battle of what would become known as the Wars of the Roses.

Detail from Graham Turner's Battle of st Albans.Fought on the May this was the first battle of what would become known as the Wars of the Roses.

Town guard armed with a Bill; an ideal weapon for unhorsing a knight, or chopping at range an oncoming attacker.

could be in various lands/pls we -- Glantri' Heldann, Vestland, Soderfjord, 'Darokin. [Town guard armed with a Bill; an ideal weapon for unhorsing a knight, or chopping at range an oncoming attacker.

New Varangian Guard - Constantinople

New Varangian Guard - Constantinople (personal bodyguards of the Byzantine Emperor)

"Later Lances: • Sir John Cressy • Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick • William Philip, Lord Bardolf", Graham Turner

Sir John Cressy with Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick and William Philip, Lord Bardolf by Graham Turner

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