An intact stone coffin found in the ruins of Grey Friars, the monastery where Richard III was buried.
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Archaeologists are set to lift the lid on a stone coffin discovered at the site of the English friary where Richard III's remains were found.
Excavators suspect the tomb — billed as the only intact stone coffin found in Leicester — may contain the skeleton of a medieval knight or one of the high-status friars thought to have been buried at the church.
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