Richard Plantagenet (III)

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‘Red Letter Day’ for Plantagenets, DNA and Archaeologists

As sure as they can be archaeologists in UK have confirmed that the bones found in a car park in Leicester are in all probability those of Richard III, the last UK king to be killed in battle, at the battle of Bosworth Field. The story of the detective work is amazing and to be savoured!

Beer all round…….even Tudor descendants????

Wendy

WikiTree profile: Richard III of England
in Policy and Style by Wendy Hampton G2G6 Mach 2 (24.0k points)

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Definitely a time for celebration - brilliant work!
by Margot Pickering G2G Crew (690 points)

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