Richard III and the Historian's Quest

Paul Lay reflects on the seemingly endless fascination with Richard's usurpers.

Paul Lay | Published in 29 Nov 2012

In search of the truth: a scholar at work in the British Museum Reading Room, 1952We hope soon to learn the identity of the skeleton of the medieval man with curvature of the spine found under a car park in Leicester. Will it be the body of Richard III, felled at nearby Bosworth in 1485?

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