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A new study reveals that medieval monarch Richard III truly ate–and drank–like a king during his brief time on the English throne.
Scientists have discovered evidence that the medieval monarch suffered from a parasitic infection.
Researchers have conducted a biomedical analysis of King Richard I’s embalmed heart.
DNA testing has confirmed that the remains found last fall under a parking lot in the English city of Leicester are those of Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England.
Archaeologists searching for the lost grave of King Richard III might have unearthed his remains in the English city of Leicester.