Effigy of Richard I of England
The effigy of Richard I of England (r. 1189-1199), also known as Richard the Lionheart (Cœur de Lion). Fontevraud Abbey, France.
Henry II & Richard I
A 13th century CE illustration of King Henry II of England (r. 1154-1189 CE) and Richard I of England the Lionheart (r. 1189-199 CE). (British Library)
Arms of Richard I
The arms of Richard I, king of England from 1189 to 1999 CE, and Engish kings thereafter.
Coin of Richard Lionheart
Official coin of King Richard I Lionheart (reigned 1189-1199 CE), struck in 1195 CE in Issoudun (formerly Exoldunum). The obverse is inscribed RICARD'REX ("KING RICHARD"). The reverse reverse is inscribed EXOLDUNI ("FROM ISSOUDUN"). (British...
Arms of Richard, Duke of York
The arms of Richard, Duke of York (l. 1411-1460 CE). Richard, the 3rd Duke of York, was a great-grandson of Edward III of England (r. 1327-1377 CE), hence his use of the royal arms (lions and fleur-de-lis).
Skeleton of Richard III of England
The skeleton identified by researchers from the University of Leicester as that of Richard III of England (r. 1483-1485 CE). The skeleton was excavated from the ruins of Greyfriars Abbey, then beneath a car park in Leicester in 2012 CE. (Image...
The Entry of Richard & Bolingbroke into London
"The Entry of Richard and Bolingbroke into London" by James Northcote ((1746–1831 CE). The painting depicts Henry IV of England (left; r. 1399-1413 CE) entering London with Richard II of England (right; r. 1377 - 1399 CE) as his captive...
Richard the Lionheart
A detail of a 19th century CE painting by Merry-Joseph Blondel of the English king Richard I of England, the 'Lionheart' (r. 1189-1199 CE). (Palace of Versailles, France)
Arms & White Hart of Richard II of England
The mythical coat of arms and white hart symbol of Richard II of England (r. 1377-1399 CE). From the back of the Wilton diptych, a painted panel created c. 1395-99 CE. (National Gallery, London)
Richard II & the Peasants' Revolt
A 15th century CE medieval manuscript illustration showing Richard II of England (r. 1377-1399 CE) meeting the rebels of the 1381 CE Peasants' Revolt in London. (National Library of France, Paris)