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Is this the skull of Richard III?

Results of DNA tests on bones which could be those of Richard III are due to be released on Monday.

In 2012, a University of Leicester team dug on the site of a church where it was believed the king was buried.

They found a skeleton with a badly curved spine and head injuries consistent with recorded details of Richard's death in 1485.

Louise Hubball reports.

  • 04 Feb 2013
  • From the section UK
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