Remains are identified as belonging to 15th-century English king

Skeletal remains found under a parking lot in England have been proven "beyond reasonable doubt" as belonging to King Richard III, who died in battle in 1485 and was later depicted in a Shakespeare play. Lead archaeologist Richard Buckley announced today that the bones were "indeed Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England." DNA samples connected the remains to the monarch's descendants, and wounds found on the skull are consistent with battle accounts.

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