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Mother of (Welsh) Dragons: Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen, played by Amelia Clarke, spent years in exile like Henry Tudor
Indeed, de Lisle suggests that Henry Tudor never thought of himself as founding a new dynasty.
I have previously had works from a commission for the Henry Tudor House, Shrewsbury, featured in a Daily Mail article.
Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, engaged Richard at the Battle of Bosworth Field in Leicestershire in 1485 where Richard was killed, his rival taking the throne as Henry VII.
Many of these Yorkists escaped to join Henry Tudor of the House of Lancaster in Brittany.
Owners Graham and Clare Jenkins commissioned the paintings to give the dead rockers a place in the history of Henry Tudor House.
The Richard III Society is spinning this as an opportunity to rehabilitate their hero and implicitly do down his nemesis, the Welshman Henry Tudor, crowned Henry VII after defeating Richard at Bosworth.
His grief was only ended when, six months later, he himself died at the age of 32, killed at Bosworth Field by the French army who had invaded under Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, thereafter King Henry VII.
After only two years, he was killed at Bosworth Field by the army of a rival claimant to the throne, Henry Tudor, who took over as Henry VII.
Richard III had been king for only two years when he was killed by the forces of Henry Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth.
Richard III was crowned at Westminster Abbey in July 1483 and died in August 1485 fighting his enemies led by Henry Tudor.
FLAG DAY RUSSIA 1485: The Battle of Bosworth Field was fought in Leicestershire and Richard III was butchered as he tried to reach usurper Henry Tudor.