Your email address:

Powered by FeedBlitz


  • Accident Compensation

  • Save money when shopping online, visit Coupon croc for the latest discount codes and vouchers.

  • See blogs and businesses for USA

  • Southern Utah University

  • Search Now:
    In Association with
Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 02/2004

« Windows Tip # 10: Combining 3 Utilities to Do Something Amazing | Main | Excel Tip # 27: Some Spreadsheet Advice »


mike shupp

That's a really nice writeup on Richard III's body. I've learned a bunch. Not sure exactly how I'm going to use that information, but ... Having read and reread parts of Paul Murray Kendall's biography of Richard III over the past 50 years, I'm at least in a position to state that even the most seemingly obscure knowledge can come suddenly to the front!

One interesting comment I read elsewhere is that the (near) contemporary portraits of Richard all show him with a heavily lined face or a drawn expression, missing from the reconstructed head, suggesting habitual pain, presumably from his scoliosis.

Now, about those two Princes... A couple of boy's skeletons were excavated from the Tower of London back in the 1930's. Some forensic experts thought they were of the right age and antiquity to be Edward IV's children, and others disagreed. Be rather interesting to apply some DNA testing to those bones, if anyone knows where they went.

Dave Tufte


I'm not sure how the trivia will help me either ... but it certainly kept my attention for a couple of hours.

Interesting about the pained expression. I always wonder how many people had gluten problems back then. Certainly that's what I think when I hear about Alfred the Great's digestive issues.

I don't have a dog in the fight about the princes. Frankly, most of my impressions of Richard come from Shakespeare. But ... I always like contrarian revisions, so you're right ... it would be fun to find out what's in those bones.


Splendid Post.thanks for share..far more wait ..

new era caps

オークリー メガネ

Infrastructure expending. The invoice includes $50 billion for repairing highways, airports, and urban transit devices. About $4 billion from the dough would go towards highspeed rail. [url=]オークリー メガネ[/url]

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been posted. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.


Post a comment

Your Information

(Name is required. Email address will not be displayed with the comment.)

Recent Reading

  • The Earthsea Cycle
  • From Archetype to Zeitgeist

Non-Economics Blogroll

Gone but not Forgotten


Movie Rating