Amazing archaeological finding!

If you’ve ever wondered what kind of job you’d like to do after you leave school, just consider the option of becoming an archaeologist or perhaps an expert in craniofacial reconstruction.

Thanks to experts such as these, last week saw the unveiling of a computer generated reconstruction based on skeletal remains found under a parking lot by archaeologists last year.   Thought to be the remains of King Richard III who was killed in the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, at the age of 32 after serving just two years on the throne, DNA testing and this craniofacial reconstruction have confirmed that this was in fact the skeleton of Richard III.

Read more about this amazing find on a BBC Report.

Taken from BBC News, 5th February 2013:

Taken from BBC News, 5th February 2013:


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