Mancini, Dominic

   See The Usurpation of Richard III (Mancini)

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  • Dominic Mancini — was an Italian who visited England in 1482, left in 1483 and left behind an account of the events he witnessed. He called it: De Occupatione Regni Anglie per Riccardum Tercium (The Occupation of the Throne of England by Richard III).[1] Contents… …   Wikipedia

  • Mancini — is an Italian surname etymologically meaning left handed and may refer to: Contents 1 Art and literature 2 Film and television 3 Music 4 Politics and governance …   Wikipedia

  • Mancini — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Alberto Mancini (* 1969), argentinischer Tennisspieler Alessandro Mancini (* 1975), san marinesischer Politiker Ange Mancini (* 1944), Präfekt von Französisch Guayana Antonio Mancini (1852–1930),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Third Order of Saint Dominic — The Third Order of St. Dominic (known as Lay Fraternities of St Dominic or Lay Dominicans since 1972) is a Roman Catholic third order affiliated with the Dominican Order. Contents 1 Origin 2 Spirit 3 Reformation 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Vincent Mancini-Corleone — Vincent Manicini Corleone est un personnage de fiction de la série Le Parrain. Il est né en 1948, il est le fils illégitime de Sonny Corleone et de Lucy Mancini. Il est donc le neveu de Michael Corleone. Après lui avoir évité de se faire… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • The Usurpation of Richard III — (Mancini)    Dominic Mancini’s Latin work De Occupatione Regni Anglie per Riccardum Tercium (usually translated as The Usurpation of Richard III) is the only contemporary account of the events surrounding RICHARD III’s seizure of the English… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • Shaw’s Sermon — (1483)    The sermon delivered by Dr. Ralph Shaw (or Sha) from the open air pulpit at Paul’s Cross in LONDON on Sunday 22 June 1483 was the first public exposition of the duke of Gloucester’s claim to the throne. After weeks of uncertainty as to… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • Usurpation of 1483 —    In June 1483, when Richard, duke of Gloucester (see Richard III, King of England), usurped his nephew’s throne, he alienated many loyal followers of the house of YORK, revived the claim of the surviving heir of the house of LANCASTER, and… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • Primary Sources — ♦ Bruce, John, ed. Historie of the Arrivall of Edward IV in England and the Final Recouerye of His Kingdomes from Henry VI. In Three Chronicles of the Reign of Edward IV. Introduction by Keith Dockray. Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK: Alan Sutton… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

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