Archaeologists searching for the grave of Richard III have said "strong circumstantial evidence" points to a skeleton being the lost king.
The team from the University of Leicester and Leicester City Council have been excavating a car park on the site where the monarch is thought to have been buried. Richard's body was brought to a Franciscan friary, known as Greyfriars, in the city, after his defeat at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.
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