The Last English King to Die in Battle and No Armor From the 15th Century Surviving into the Modern Day

King Richard III, who suffered from scoliosis, was the last English king to die in battle, at the hands of King Henry VII, colloquially known as Henry Tudor, who ushered in the Tudor period. Not a single piece of British armor from the 15th century has been found by archeologists, and it is estimated that nothing from this period has survived until the modern day...

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