Tag Archives: Monarchy

The Society of King Charles the Martyr.

First off, The Society of King Charles the Martyr was founded 1894 as ‘a Church Defence Union under the banner of the Martyr-King.’ The SKCM is actually the oldest society that is associated with Charles Stuart. As the title of … Continue reading

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Who is the Current Monarch of the United Kingdom?

Who is the current Monarch of the United Kingdom?  I mean, besides myself, obviously.  If you (like 99.9% of the population) accept the legitimacy of the Glorious Revolution and the current Hanoverian/Windsor Dynasty, then the answer is Queen Elizabeth II.  But if … Continue reading

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Commentary on “Richard III’s DNA Throws Up Infidelity Surprise”

This past week involved BBC News publishing an article that discussed the surprising genetic discoveries within Richard III’s DNA. According to author Paul Rincon, after Richard III’s body was dug up on the former site of the Greyfriars Abbey, scientists … Continue reading

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Richard III’s body found leads to new forensic understanding

The discovery of Richard III burial under the Church of the Grey Friars in Leicester allowed modern techniques to be used to examine what was left behind. The bones showed a severe case of scoliosis and several battle wounds hinting … Continue reading

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The Death of the Virgin Queen

Elizabeth I reigned for forty-four years, but in the 1590’s many speculated on her death and who would follow her onto the throne of England.  Elizabeth refused to sleep in the last days of her life; she believed that if … Continue reading

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