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In-text: (Sandford et al., 1683)
Your Bibliography: Sandford, F., Hollar, W., Barlow, F. and Gaywood, R. (1683). A genealogical history of the kings of England and monarchs of Great Britain, & C. London: Printed by T.N. for the author, and are to be sold by Richard Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul's Church-Yard.
In-text: (Tanner, 1969)
Your Bibliography: Tanner, L. (1969). Recollections of a Westminster Antiquary.
In-text: (Elliott, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Elliott, L. (2004). Clothing in the Middle Ages. New York: Crabtree Pub. Co.
In-text: (Weir, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Weir, A. (2012). The Princes in the Tower. Paw Prints.
In-text: (Chrimes, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Chrimes, S. (1999). Henry VII. New Haven: Yale University Press.
In-text: (Fields, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Fields, B. (2000). Royal blood. New York, N.Y.: ReganBooks.
In-text: (Vergil and Hay, 1950)
Your Bibliography: Vergil, P. and Hay, D. (1950). The Anglica historia of Polydore Vergil, A.D. 1485-1537. London: Offices of the Royal Historical Society.
In-text: (Bacon et al., 1740)
Your Bibliography: Bacon, F., Heath, D., Ellis, R. and Spedding, J. (1740). The works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High Chancellor of England. London: Longman.
In-text: (Buck, 1647)
Your Bibliography: Buck, G. (1647). The history and life and reigne of Richard the Third. London: Printed by W. Wilson and are to be sold by W.L.H.M. and D.P.
In-text: (Skidmore, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Skidmore, C. (2017). Richard III. Brother, protector, king. London: Orion Publishing Co.
In-text: (Kendall, 1984)
Your Bibliography: Kendall, P. (1984). Richard III. Fayard.
In-text: (Stewart, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Stewart, D. (1995). The War of the Roses. New York: Penguin.
In-text: (Given-Wilson and Brand, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Given-Wilson, C. and Brand, P. (2005). The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England: 1275-1504. Boydell Press.
In-text: (Riley and Searle, 1854)
Your Bibliography: Riley, H. and Searle, W. (1854). Chronicle of the Abbey of Croyland. London.
In-text: (Shakespeare, 1593)
Your Bibliography: Shakespeare, W. (1593). King Richard III.
In-text: (Kennedy and Foxhall, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Kennedy, M. and Foxhall, L. (n.d.). Bones of a king.
In-text: (Bbc.co.uk, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Bbc.co.uk. (2018). BBC - History - Historic Figures: Thomas More (1478 - 1535). [online] Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/more_sir_thomas.shtml [Accessed 8 Mar. 2018].
In-text: (StartUp FASHION, 2018)
Your Bibliography: StartUp FASHION. (2018). Fashion Archives: A Look at the History of Velvet. [online] Available at: https://startupfashion.com/fashion-archives-look-history-velvet/ [Accessed 8 Mar. 2018].
In-text: (History Extra, 2018)
Your Bibliography: History Extra. (2018). Did Richard III murder the princes in the Tower? You debate. [online] Available at: http://www.historyextra.com/feature/richard-iii/did-richard-iii-murder-Princes-Tower-you-debate [Accessed 8 Mar. 2018].
In-text: (History Extra, 2018)
Your Bibliography: History Extra. (2018). Richard III was a “great king” who achieved more than the Elizabeths and Henry V. [online] Available at: http://www.historyextra.com/period/medieval/richard-iii-was-a-great-king-who-achieved-more-than-the-elizabeths-and-henry-v/ [Accessed 8 Mar. 2018].
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