Kings

Robe volante, c. 1730

The Robe Volante, the First Comfortable Dress in France, Sells for $150,000

The sweatpants of its day for courtiers, the style was a rebellion against the elaborate, corseted dresses of Louis XIV's court

Excavations of a Dark Ages palace on the Tintagel Peninsula in Cornwall

A Palace Was Unearthed Where Legend Places King Arthur's Birthplace

Archaeologists at Tintagel uncover walls and artifacts from a Dark Ages complex likely used by local kings

The leaves stained with Albert I's blood

Bloody Leaves Help Solve 82-Year-Old Royal Mystery

King Albert's untimely death sparked a range of conspiracy theories about the cause

Museum Unveils Henry VIII's Flagship

The <i>Mary Rose</i> sank almost 500 years ago, but following more than 30 years of restoration, the remains of the warship are open to the public

Visit Richard III's Gravesite With This Bone Chilling 3D Model

The ruler's final resting spot is now publicly available for exploration online

Krzyżtopór Castle in Ujazd, Poland, once the largest castle in all of Europe, now in a state of ruin.

Visit the Ruined Castles of Poland

Grand but dilapidated structures from many centuries ago dot the country’s landscape

Runnymede meadow in Surrey, England, is the site of historic Magna Carta negotiations.

The Mad King and Magna Carta

How did a peace treaty signed — and broken — more than 800 years ago become one of the world's most influential documents?

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