The skeleton was uncovered in September 2012 during an excavation of the parking lot. The archeological team, headed by University of Leicester archaeologist Richard Buckley, analyzed old maps of the Grey Friars church to determine the most likely burial spot for the former king, whom history regards as a tyrant. Their dig lasted just a few weeks and uncovered the church walls and tile floor as well as Richard III’s skeleton.
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