I thought George's death was one of the reasons why Richard seized power OTL
Oh, I actually mean "What if hieratic was written from left to right?". My bad.No
"Hieratic was written in one direction only, from right to left. In earlier times the lines were arranged vertically and later, about 2000 bce, horizontally. Subsequently the papyrus scrolls were written in columns of changing widths."
The Egyptian cursive script, called hieratic writing, received its name from the Greek hieratikos (“priestly”) at a time during the late period when the script was used only for sacred texts, whereas everyday secular documents were written in another style, the demotic script (from Greek...www.britannica.com
Where are we - Pennsylvania?If I remember correct, the original location of Washington was going to be on the Banks of the Susquehanna, if that happened, then later on William Henry Harrison's death would never have happened as contrary to popular belief it was an issue with the water supply that killed him, a side effect of the capital being in a swamp, if Harrison lived to see a full term, then it's possible clay would win in 1844, what are your thoughts?
The Woodvilles take charge and might replace the Howards as second most powerful in the realmWhat if Richard iii (Richard duke of Gloucester as he was then) fell I’ll before he could meet with Edward v, and that by the time he recovers, Ned is already ensconced in London safe and sound. Bonus if George Neville doesn’t die in may either.
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What Howards? They are still nobodies here…
pretty likely if Buckingham here choose to supporter his in-lawsIntriguing would they have enough support on the council to do that?
I honestly doubt changing where the capital is located would have a drastic effect on American history, until we get to William Henry HarrisonWhere are we - Pennsylvania?
I tend to believe if you change something as important as this it would have knock-on effects that would come into play before a putative POD
Maybe some more Southen delegates never arrive and die enroute, because it is further?
Maybe some wife cheater is found out because they are now nearer to their home?
Yes, but they are the King's beloved family. I don't think it's as unlikely as you think, particularly not as they're joined in marriage to other noble families like the Greys of Kent, the Staffords of Buckingham and the Herberts.Unlikely, especially as they were VERY unpopular