A major exhibition telling the story of King Richard III, his life and times and the search for his lost remains is open until 2014 at the Guildhall, close to Leicester Cathedral. So far the exhibition has attracted more than 50,000 visitors.
Some 21,000 fought in the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, 16,000 more humans than live in Nanoose Bay on Vancouver Island, Canada. Leslie Ibsen lives there and it turns out she is related to the most famous man to die at Bosworth, King Richard III.
Richard Buckley, lead archaeologist of the University of Leicester, reported Monday in the city 90 miles northwest of London saying that the individual exhumed at Greyfriars in September 2012 is indeed Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England.
After several hundreds of years of not knowing where the final remains of King Richard III were, the tests regarding the human remains found under a Leicester parking lot are in. The body has been proven to be that of King Richard III.
It appears that the results on whether or not the remains of King Richard III were buried under a Leicester parking lot are not yet ready to be announced, but will be soon. It is strongly believed by many that these remains are of King Richard III.
A new development in the search for King Richard III's remains was announced today. An archeology team, led by the University of Leicester, found human remains in the location where researchers believe the king may have been buried.