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Remains of Richard III to be sequenced

Scientists in the U.K. will sequence the genome of King Richard III. For this, scientists from the University of Leicester are collecting bone samples from which to extract DNA.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Leicester Cathedral hosts past and present English monarchs Special

Leicester - Thanks to the discovery of the last Plantagenet king -- Richard III, and the first jubilee visit by Queen Elizabeth II, Leicester Cathedral has enjoyed a resurrection of public interest.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 3 comments

Richard III exhibition attracts more than 50,000 visitors Special

Leicester - 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.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 7 comments

Face of King Richard III reconstructed from skull (video)

Recently Richard III's remains were identified "beyond a reasonable doubt", and now, using techniques normally used to identify victims of crime, experts have rebuilt and recreated his face.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments

Richard III's skeleton: Is it really beyond reasonable doubt?

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.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 1 comment

Researchers say remains found in Leicester are King Richard III

Leicester - 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.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 12 comments

Are tests on remains of King Richard III conclusive? Not just yet

Leicester - 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.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 6 comments

The search for King Richard III: Test results expected in January

Leicester - Archeologists who uncovered the remains of a body suspected to be of King Richard III say the test results may not be ready until after the new year arrives.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 8 comments
 

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In the central area or Nave (ship in Latin)  gilded angels greet visitors to the cathedral. The wood...
In the central area or Nave (ship in Latin), gilded angels greet visitors to the cathedral. The wooden screen which separates the nave and chancel was designed by Sir Charles Nicholson and carved by Bowman of Stamford. It was presented when St Martin's was hallowed in 1927.
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The skeletal remains of Richard III identified  beyond a reasonable doubt .
The skeletal remains of Richard III identified "beyond a reasonable doubt".
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Michael Ibsen  a descendant of Richard III was surprised to learn his DNA had helped identify the ki...
Michael Ibsen, a descendant of Richard III was surprised to learn his DNA had helped identify the king’s remains.
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Bust of Richard III created using facial reconstruction on his skull.
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Bust of Richard III created using facial reconstruction on his skull.
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Contrary to Shakespeare s view of King Richard  the Royal Monarch did much for poor people. In 1483 ...
Contrary to Shakespeare's view of King Richard, the Royal Monarch did much for poor people. In 1483, Richard instituted the Court of Requests, a court to which poor people who could not afford legal representation could apply for their grievances to be heard.
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This painting of Richard III stands on an easel as part of the King Richard III Display. After he wa...
This painting of Richard III stands on an easel as part of the King Richard III Display. After he was killed at Bosworth in 1485, his body was buried in the Grey Friars parish.
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Richard s story is just beginning said the exhibition. Plans to unearth more about the life of Richa...
Richard's story is just beginning said the exhibition. Plans to unearth more about the life of Richard are ongoing.
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Bust of Richard III created using facial reconstruction on his skull.
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Bust of Richard III created using facial reconstruction on his skull.
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