Richard III was famously portrayed by Shakespeare as a hunchback — and that description seems to have some basis in fact. The vertebrae uncovered by the excavation team reveal a severely curved spine, a condition which University of Leicester researchers believe set in when he was young. But Shakespeare seems to have taken a liberty by giving Richard III a withered arm — researchers found no evidence to support that ailment.
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