Richard III: the king in the car park
On 4th February 2013, the University of Leicester announced at a packed press conference that the remains found in a car park on the site of the Greyfriars priory in Leicester were those of Richard III. The announcement captured the imagination of the world media. It also led to the use of cutting-edge technology to discover how the king lived and died, and to develop an accurate reconstruction of his face. Some believed that the discovery of Richard’s remains meant that his negative reputation had finally been laid to rest. But is this possible: what exactly have we discovered about the king through his remains?
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