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  1. Mar 22, 2016 · While history—and Shakespeare—vilified Richard as an evil, hunchbacked king, the site and skeleton have shed new light on the 32-year-old monarch, who ruled from 1483 to 1485.

  2. May 29, 2014 · Richard III's rediscovered skeleton revealed that the king did, in fact, have scoliosis. Now, researchers led by University of Leicester bioarchaeologist Jo Appleby reveals the details of...

  3. Aug 25, 2022 · The discovery of the medieval English king Richard III, who fought battle in vain in 1485, has become almost as memorable as the life of the man himself, with details such as his unlikely...

  4. Analysis of the bones has identified the skeleton as an adult male aged between his late 20s and late 30s; whilst forensic analysis of the bone joints, using standard post-mortem methods, provides a narrower estimate of 30-34 years of age. Richard III was 32 when he died.

  5. Apr 30, 2013 · Now, confirmation that the human skeleton unearthed in the former Grey Friars church is that of Richard III has provided a graphic insight into the brutal passing of the last Plantagenet king, and the nature of Medieval battlefield justice.

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  6. May 30, 2014 · The physical condition of England's King Richard III has been a subject of debate for centuries. Now scientists say 3-D skeletal modeling shows the monarch who lived 500 years ago had a...

  7. Feb 4, 2013 · DNA analysis confirms that bones excavated from underneath a parking lot in Leicester, England, are the remains of the vilified English king, Richard III. By Stephanie Pappas, Jeanna...

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