British archaeologists hunting for the lost remains of King Richard III have revealed the first image of a battle-scarred skull found at a car park ahead of what they said would be a "major announcement" about their findings.
A handout picture released on February 3, 2013 from the University of Leicester shows the skull from the skeleton found at an excavation site in Leicester. British archaelogists hunting for the lost remains of King Richard III revealed this first image ahead of what they said would be a "major announcement" about their findings.
More than five centuries after the mediaeval king was killed in battle, academics were due Monday to reveal the identity of a skeleton unearthed in September at a car park in the central English city of Leicester.
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