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Stone Coffin to Be Opened at Richard III Site

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 04:21 PM

An intact stone coffin found in the ruins of Grey Friars, the monastery where Richard III was buried.
Credit: University of Leicester View full size image
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.

http://www.livescien...-iii-grave.html

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