Grave Thought to Contain Remains of King Richard III Came Within Inches of Being Destroyed by Victorian Builders

Posted by admin on Oct 16, 2012

The University of Leicester led the search for the Anointed King who died at the battle of Bosworth in association with Leicester City Council and the Richard III Society. The University team dug three trenches under a Leicester car park before their discovery was made.

Now site director Mathew Morris has disclosed that the remains were found just inches below Victorian foundations. Had the 19th century builders dug a little further-no remains would have been found.

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