|Credit: University of Leicester|
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester believe they may have found the remains of King Richard III. They uncovered the skeleton of a man with apparent battle wounds and curvature of the spine. Historical sources say the king had a hunchback. A barbed iron arrowhead was also found between vertebrae of the skeleton's upper back. The remains were found at a site scientists think is the Church of the Grey Friars, where the former king was supposedly buried in 1485 after being killed at the battle of Bosworth.