Scientists announced Monday that they had found the monarch's 500-year-old remains under a parking lot in the city of Leicester.
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- well what are the odds?Feb 4, 2013
- interesting...I wonder how they figure that outFeb 4, 2013
the royal family has been inbreeding for the last several hundred years. I imagine they could have just compared it with a sample of today's family and gone from there. XDFeb 4, 2013
- Is there any better example of how everyone cycles from nothing, to nothing? Even kings!
Only one pair of feet was ever worthy to walk this planet...Feb 4, 2013
- actually the present day royals are no relation to Richard, he was the last Plantagenet king of England. Henry Tudor took the crown after defeating Richard at the battle of Bosworth in the Wars of the Roses. Present day Monarchy are no relation to either of those.Feb 4, 2013
- Under a parking lot, eh? The Royal family must owe a lot in fees, then.Feb 4, 2013
- My family is related to King Richard III then. King Edward I is my 19th great grandfather. He was also a Plantagenet.Feb 6, 2013