Archaeologists may have found remains of King Richard III

09/14/2012 | Reuters

In an excavation under a Leicester, England, parking lot, British archaeologists looking for the remains of King Richard III have found a skeleton with injuries that could have been caused in battle. Richard III was the last English king to die in combat. Lab tests, including DNA test using samples from a descendant of the king's sister, will be done to help confirm whether the skeleton is in fact the infamous monarch.

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