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  3. University of Leicester, Student blog

    […] As Zara has explained, the University of Leicester was a huge part of finding the bones of King Richard III, and has been custodian of those bones until Sunday, when a coffin bearing the “mortal remains” was placed in a hearse, taken on a tour around areas of significance, and handed over to Leicester Cathedral. The bones were found in a Leicester car park in 2012, (how undignified!) and the whole thing was initiated by Phillipa Langley. She founded the ‘Looking for Richard’ project and approached the university for their assistance… her job satisfaction must be at an all time high right now! […]

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