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Richard II's treasure

the riches of a medieval king

About this site

This website was produced by the Richard II treasure project in collaboration with the Institute of Historical Research (IHR). It was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (project number 16225). Special thanks are due to Jane Winters and to her colleagues at the IHR, especially Olwen Myhill and the Institute's webmaster, Martin Cook, who made this website possible.


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The help of all those who have assisted with the text and the illustrations of this website is gratefully acknowledged. Pages contributed by Jenny Stratford are unsigned. Text by other authors is signed with their initials.

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