Of course, the big story this week was the newest round of results and discoveries from the continued testing of the skeleton of Richard III. I’ll recap all of that in a separate post since there is a lot of interesting information to talk about.
From the other news of the week:
* Tanner Ritchie Publishing is holding its annual holiday sale, a great time to grab some downloads of primary sources.
* A Code of Conduct for Historians – a thought-provoking article from Suzannah Lipscomb for History Today
* Death at St Paul’s – Richard Dale investigates the mysterious death of Richard Hunne in Lollards Tower at Old St Paul’s, one of the most notorious episodes of the English Reformation. You can learn more in an interview with the author on the History Today podcast: Murder in the Cathedral