This was the emblem of King Richard II, who was saved from killing a white deer, which in British legend is terribly bad luck.
His stage credits include Richard II, Hamlet, King Lear, Hedda Gabler, Crime and Punishment, The Seagull, and Terre Haute.
The first navigation law was enacted in the year 1381, fifth of Richard II.
The massive gatehouse, which still exists, was built in Richard II.
All this took place in the reigns preceding the accession of Richard II.
The first portion embraces that part of the reigns of Richard II.
Their costume and armour are characteristic of the fashions of Richard II.
That he was not the same person who wrote the history of Richard II.
King Richard II invented the handkerchief for sneezing and blowing one's nose.
There is no female character of any interest in the play of Richard II.