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Return of the king? Remains found in Leicester car park

There is “strong circumstantial evidence” that a skeleton unearthed beneath a Leicester City Council car park are the long lost remains of Richard III, say archaeologists.

The English king died at the battle of Bosworth in 1485 and is believed to have been buried in a Franciscan friary, the site of which is now the Greyfriars car park. The team from the University of Leicester searching for Richard’s remains have found remains with spinal abnormalities and a “cleaved-in skull”.


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