Web edition: February 21, 2013
The 15th century’s Richard III has returned — or at least, his bones have.
In February, scientists from the University of Leicester in England announced that a skeleton discovered beneath a parking lot indeed belonged to that infamous King of England. It not only offered clues to what he ate but also to the battlefield wounds inflicted at or shortly after he died.
R. Ehrenberg. A king’s final hours, told by his mortal remains. Science News Online. February 6, 2013. [Go to]