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Margaret curses Rivers, Grey and Vaughan and orders them to be executed because they all stood by and watched as Richard murdered her son Edward in battle. "Now Margaret's curse is fall'n upon our heads, / When she exclaimed on Hastings, you, and I, / For standing by when Richard stabbed her son" (3.3.14-16). Grey and many of the other characters realizes that Margaret's curses are coming true in this scene.

Margaret curses Rivers, Grey and Vaughan and orders them to be executed because…

A study of the Medieval king's skeleton reveals traumatic wounds he received at the time of death.

The Fatal Wounds of King Richard III (Infographic)

A halberd to the back of the head. 😖 A study of King Richard III’s bones uncovered 11 injuries inflicted near the time of death by common Late Medieval weapons.

16. (Merchant of Venice 4.1.174 `200)   This Quotation is not directly related to the Character analysis of Margaret but I just wanted to included it on the board because Margaret's desire to revenge through death reminded me of this quote, so this portion (pin no 14,15,16) of the board is not included in the assignment.

16. (Merchant of Venice 4.1.174 `200) This Quotation is not directly related to the Character analysis of Margaret but I just wanted to included it on the board because Margaret's desire to revenge through death reminded me of this quote, so this portion (pin no 14,15,16) of the board is not included in the assignment.

In Act 1, It's revealed that Margaret had been banished to France until she dies. However, Margaret returned to England claiming:" I do find more pain in banishment/Than death can yield me here by my abode." (I.III.173-174). This means that Margaret would prefer death in England, where she has the chance to curse her enemies. She is risking her life by returning only to spite her foes, yet she does it because it is her way of proving that she has not been defeated.

Morris left Philadelphia and headed to France in December of 1788 to join Adams and Jefferson where he would remain for the next 6 years.

England's King Richard III found after 500 years - bones proven to be his by DNA analysis.  King Richard III by an unknown artist from the 16th Century at the National Portrait Gallery in London

England's King Richard III found after 500 years - bones proven to be his by DNA analysis. King Richard III by an unknown artist from the Century at the National Portrait Gallery in London - RIP Richard

Henry Stafford Duke of Buckingham's Parents were the Earl and Duchess of Stafford Humphrey and Margaret. His father was killed in battle fighting for the Lancaster family and he is a descendant of Edward III. Henry was not full recognized as the Duke of Buckingham until his grandfather died.

Henry Stafford, second Duke of Buckingham, Coat of Arms

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