I like England and British history. I wish I could keep all the kings and queens straight, but even though I’m history-challenged, I like to read and hear the stories. I love, love, love London and the castles and palaces. So I thought this story was really fascinating:

Archaeologists said DNA testing proved “beyond reasonable doubt” that the skeleton was that of the Plantagenet king.

The University of Leicester team described their find as “truly astonishing”.

They said the skeletal evidence “provides a highly convincing case for identification as Richard III”. They said that the skeleton was the king as far as all scientific tests could prove.

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