Hvordan være god inga kåta119 In Norway, archaeologist Øystein Ekroll hoped that the interest in the discovery of the English king would spill over to Norway. There may have been further flesh wounds not apparent from the bones. 62 63 Bones edit An osteological examination of the bones showed them to be in generally good condition and largely complete except for the missing feet, which may have been destroyed by Victorian building work. Very little was unearthed, except for a fragment of a post-medieval stone coffin lid. Leicester: University of Leicester Archaeological Services. 66 The multiple wounds on the kings skull indicated that he was not wearing his helmet, which he may have removed or lost when he was on foot after his horse had become stuck in the marsh. 88 Mark Ormrod of the University of York expressed scepticism over the idea that Richard had devised any clear plans for his own burial. Retrieved 8 February 2013. 10 Following the dissolution of Greyfriars in 1538, the friary was demolished and the monument either was destroyed, or slowly decayed as a result of being exposed to the elements. " BBC History Magazine "Injuries to the skull 1 2". Retrieved "Richard III remains: Judicial review hearing starts".
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115 116 The Royal Family was represented by Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and his wife Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester Richard III was Duke of Gloucester before coming to the throne himself. Wainwright, Martin (13 September 2012). Bower, Dick (Director) (27 February 2013). 70 Radiocarbon dating and other scientific analyses edit Two radiocarbon datings to find the age of the bones suggested dates of 143060 note 49 note 3 both too early for Richard's death in 1485. Lady Justice Hallett, sitting with Justice Ouseley and Justice Haddon-Cave, said the court would take time to consider its judgment. 82 On 11 February 2014, the University of Leicester announced a project headed by Turi King to sequence the entire genome of Richard III and Michael Ibsena direct female-line descendant of Richard's sister, Anne of Yorkwhose mitochondrial DNA confirmed the identification of the excavated remains. 6 Although later writers ascribed Richard's burial to other places, the accounts of Vergil and Rous were seen by modern investigators as the most credible. English Renaissance Prose: History, Language, and Politics. In March 2011 an assessment of the Greyfriars site began to identify where the monastery had stood, and which land might be available for excavation. A Bayesian analysis suggested there was.2 probability that the true date of the bones was between 14, rising.4 for between 14Although by itself not enough to prove that the skeleton was Richard's, it was consistent with the date of his death. The location of Richard III's body has long been of interest to the members of the Richard III Society, a group established to bring about a reappraisal of the King's tarnished reputation. "Canadian family holds genetic key to Richard III puzzle". 99 The standing of the Plantagenet Alliance was challenged. London: Thames and Hudson. "New twist in mystery of lead coffin found near Richard III's grave".