Richard III was positively identified after DNA from his bones matched that of a living descendant of his sister, according to the Los Angeles Times. His bones were also discovered to be high in protein, consistent with a man of a royal status. Richard III ruled England for barely two years, from 1483 until his death on the battlefield in 1485 during the bloody War of the Roses.
Canadian headlines and King Richard's remainshttp://dcmontreal.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/king-richard-iiis-remains-and-canadian-headlines/#
So no one else died in their twenties 500 years ago? How do we know it's not King Richard the Second or Bozo the First?
I love it when the disciplines of science, history, archaeology, and
literature all come together in such a wonderful fashion. King Richard III of England Bones, Skeleton Discovered Photos, Video Here