The skeleton found in a car park in Leicester last August has been positively identified as that of England's lost king, Richard III. At a press conference held at the University of Leicester today, Richard Buckley, lead archaeologist on the project, announced that the DNA … [Read more...] about It's him! It's him!
While the DNA results have yet to officially come back, it appears that the body found under a car park in Leicester actually does belong to Richard III. At least that's according to the Telegraph, who reported that the team working at the University of Leicester has some as yet … [Read more...] about DNA tests continue on 'bones of Richard III'
The possible discovery of King Richards remains in Leicester has opened a possible can of worms. If DNA evaluation of the skeleton found under a city parking lot proves that this is in fact the last Yorkist king of England, where will his final resting place be? Will his bones … [Read more...] about Tug-of-war over king Richard III's bones
Could it be? A mere 527 years after the King's death, archaeologists, in connection with the University of Leicester, believe they may have found Richard III's final resting place. Much of what we know about this king comes from information found in Sir Thomas More's The History … [Read more...] about Richard III's Body Discovered…Maybe