University Of Leicester Makes Announcement Following Discovery Of Human Remains Which Are Possibly King Richard III : News Photo

University Of Leicester Makes Announcement Following Discovery Of Human Remains Which Are Possibly King Richard III

MARKET BOSWORTH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 04: A stone lays as a marker to where it was believed King Richard III was killed, at the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre on February 4, 2013 in Market Bosworth, England. The site is close to the spot where the Battle of Bosworth took place in 1485, and the place where King Richard III lost his life. The University of Leicester has been carrying out scientific investigations on remains found in a car park in Leicester to find out whether they are those of King Richard III since last September, when the skeleton was discovered in the foundations of Greyfriars Church, Leicester. King's Richard III's remains are to be re-intered at Leicester Catherdral. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
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MARKET BOSWORTH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 04: A stone lays as a marker to where it was believed King Richard III was killed, at the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre on February 4, 2013 in Market Bosworth, England. The site is close to the spot where the Battle of Bosworth took place in 1485, and the place where King Richard III lost his life. The University of Leicester has been carrying out scientific investigations on remains found in a car park in Leicester to find out whether they are those of King Richard III since last September, when the skeleton was discovered in the foundations of Greyfriars Church, Leicester. King's Richard III's remains are to be re-intered at Leicester Catherdral. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
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