Researchers at the University of Leicester have found the remains of King Richard III under a parking lot in Leicester. There were ten wounds on the remains. Cause of death looks to be a head wound. There was also evidence of a sword wound through the right buttock.
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An enlarged image of the skull identified as that of King Richard III. Jo Appleby, a lecturer in human bioarchaeology at the University of Leicester, is pointing to a detail.
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