Richard III Gets a Kingly Burial, on Second Try – NYTimes.com

Eller, for å sette historien i et amerikansk perspektiv (mine uthevelser):

LEICESTER, England — For an English monarchy that has lasted more than 1,000 years, there can have been few more improbable occasions than the ceremony of remembrance here on Thursday for the reburial of one of the most bloodstained medieval sovereigns, King Richard III, who was slain in battle seven years before Christopher Columbus set sail for the New World.

Richard III Gets a Kingly Burial, on Second Try – NYTimes.com.

Sånn bare for å gi oss bedre forståelse for hvilken æra det faktisk dreier seg om. Om ikke annet, godt å vite at vi ikke er verdens eneste navlebeskuende nasjon.

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