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  1. Traditionally believed to have been murdered and buried secretly in the Tower of London. Bones presumed to be his and those of his brother Richard, Duke of York were unearthed in the Tower in 1674 and re-buried in Westminster Abbey four years later. Richard III: 1485 Leicester Cathedral.

  2. 13 de may. de 2021 · St George's Chapel is the burial place of 11 kings and queens. TV commentators make many references to the various vaults and tombs of monarchs buried in the chapel. These include The Royal Vault where the bodies of kings George III and IV and William IV reside. The Quire with the many coats of arms of the Knights of the Garter and ...

  3. 19 de sept. de 2022 · King Edward VIII. Erika Stone/Getty. King Edward VIII, the brother of King George VI who abdicated the throne, died on May 28, 1972. Following his funeral service at St George's Chapel, Windsor ...

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  4. 23 de jun. de 2022 · They are all buried in a vault in the south aisle with just simple inscriptions on small stones. The tomb of Mary Queen of Scots is also in this aisle. Boy king Edward VI lies just in front of the altar. George II was the last monarch to be buried in the Abbey, in a vault under the central aisle of this chapel, with his queen Caroline.

  5. 21 de mar. de 2022 · Among the most important burials are of those identified in Caernarfon and Anglesey (in North Wales) and the famous site of Tintagel in Cornwall, a place often associated with the legend of King ...

  6. 16 de jul. de 2021 · There are 12 monarchs buried at Windsor Castle; 10 in St George's Chapel and another two at the Frogmore Royal Mausoleum, in the grounds of Windsor Home Park. St George's Chapel is the official home of the Order of the Garter and is among the most beautiful examples of Perpendicular Gothic architecture in England.

  7. 16 de abr. de 2022 · The monarchs interred there include: Cygnelis, d.643; Cenwalh, d.672; Egbert of Wessex, d. 839; Æthelwulf, d. 855; Eadred, d. 955; Eadwig, d. 959; Cnut the Great, d. 1035; Harthacnut, d. 1042; William II, d. 1100; St Bartholemew’s Church: St. Bartholemew's Church in Winchester is also home to some of the old monarchs.