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Aleyn, C. (1638) The historie of that vvise and fortunate prince, Henrie of that name the seventh, King of England: With that famed battaile, fought betweene the sayd King Henry and Richard the third named Crookbacke, upon Redmoore neere Bosworth. In a poem by Charles Aleyn, Printed by Tho. Cotes for William Cooke and are to be sold at his shop neere Furnivalls-Inne gate in Holburne, London.

Austin, J. D. (1998) Merevale Church and Abbey, Brewin Books, Studley.

Austin, J. D. (2004) Merevale and Atherstone: 1485: Recent Bosworth Discoveries, The Firends of Atherstone Heritage, Atherstone.

Barrett, C. R. B. (1896) Battles & Battlefields in England, Innes & Co, London.

BBC (1990) Tudors and Stuarts, BBC, London.

Beaumont, J. (1629) Bosworth-field: with a taste of the variety of other poems, left by Sir Iohn Beaumont, Baronet, deceased: set forth by his sonne, Sir Iohn Beaumont, Baronet; and dedicated to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, Printed by Felix Kyngston for Henry Seile and are to be sold at the Tygers head in Saint Pauls Churchyard, London.

Bennett, M. (1993) The Battle of Bosworth, Alan Sutton, Stroud.

Bennett, M. J. (1985) The Battle of Bosworth, Alan Sutton, Gloucester.

Bennett, M. J. (2000) The Battle of Bosworth, Sutton, Stroud.

Brooke, C. (1999) The ghost of Richard the Third: expressing himself in this third part, His tragedie, Lymes Press, Newcastle.

Brooke, R. (1857) Visits to Fields of Battle in England of the Fifteenth Century, John Russell Smith, London.

Burgess, J. T. (1872) The last battle of the roses. A paper on the battle of Bosworth Field. To which is added Saville's chronicle & Drayton's description of the battle, with map and other illustrations.

Burne, A. (1998) The Battlefields of England, Greenhill Books, London.

Burne, A. H. (1996) The battlefields of England, Greenhill Books, London.

CEI (1995) Battle of Bosworth 1485: Battlefield Landscape Report.

Chandler, D. (1998) A Guide to the Battlefields of Europe, Wordsworth Editions, Ware.

Cheetham, A. (1998) The Life and Times of Richard III.

Chrimes, S. B. (1972) Henry VII, Methuen, London.

Chris Burnett Associates (2004) Bosworth Battlefield Conservation Statement, Shocklach.

Clark, D. (1993) Battlefield Walks: Midlands, Alan Sutton, Stroud.

Clarke, S. (2003) An Archaeological Evaluation of land at Bosworth Battlefield Visitor Centre, Sutton Cheney, Leicestershire: Interim report, Leicester.

Daniell, D. S. (1961) Battles and Battlefields.

Dockray, K. (1997) Richard III: a source book, Sutton 1997, Stroud.

Dodds, G. L. (1996) Battles in Britain 1066-1746.

Drayton, M. (1622) Poly-Olbion.

E[ntwistle], W. i. J. a. (1927) 'A Spanish account of the battle of Bosworth, 1485', Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 34-7.

English Heritage (1995) Battlefield Report: Bosworth 1485.

Fairbairn, N. and Cyprien, M. (1983) A Traveller's Guide to the Battlefields of Britain, Evans Brothers Ltd, London.

Foard, G. (2004a) Bosworth Battlefield Investigation: Project Design.

Foard, G. (2004b) Bosworth Battlefield: A Reassessment, Shocklatch.

Foard, G and Curry, A (2013) Bosworth 1485, Oxbox Books, Oxford​

Foss, P. (1990) The Field of Redemore: The Battle of Bosworth, 1485, Rosalba Press, Headingley.

Foss, P. (1998) The Field of Redmore: The Battle of Bosworth, 1485.

Foss, P. J. (1985) The battle of Bosworth: where was it fought? Stoke Golding.

Foss, P. J. (1988) 'The battle of Bosworth: towards a reassessment', Midland History, 21-33.

Francis, H. J. (1930) History of Hinckley.

Gairdner, J. (1896) 'The battle of Bosworth', Archaeologia, 159-78.

 

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