Richard III Found?

Not sure how this didn’t get more press, though admittedly I’ve been ill this month and slept through a lot of radio news reports.

Archaeologists searching for the grave of Richard III have said “strong circumstantial evidence” points to a skeleton being the lost king.

The English king died at the battle of Bosworth in 1485.

A dig under a council car park in Leicester has found remains with spinal abnormalities and a “cleaved-in skull” that suggest it could be Richard III.

via BBC News – Richard III dig: ‘Strong evidence’ bones are lost king.

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