Archaeologists renew excavation at Richard III grave site

06/30/2013 | LiveScience.com

Archaeologists in the U.K. planned to begin a new excavation dig at the parking lot grave site of King Richard III, who was uncovered last summer near the medieval ruins of the Grey Friars church along with three other tombs. The team plans to further excavate the area where a 600-year-old, lead-lined stone coffin was discovered, believing it may contain the body of William Moton, a knight who would have been buried more than 100 years before Richard III.

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