The effigy and tomb of The Black Prince, Canterbury, England
Edward [1330-1376] (called the Black Prince ) Prince of Wales, eldest son of Edward III of England and heir to the throne before his untimely death. The epithet (probably posthumous) was erroneously assumed to refer to his black armour but there is no evidence for this (the Victorians even painted the effigy here black and it was only recently restored!) During the Hundred Years' War he fought at the Battle of Crecy 1346 and captured the French king at Poitiers 1356. He ruled Aquitaine…
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Richard III wasn’t a hunchback - but he did have scoliosis
Leicester University used scans of Richard III's spine to show he only had a slight deformity that would have barely affected his appearance or prowess in battle.