The stone referring to King Richard III at Leicester Cathedral, the spot where the recently discovered remains will interred.
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Richard III: Facial reconstruction shows king's features
A model based on Richard III's skull, which was found under a Leicester car park, reveals how the English king may have looked.
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The facial reconstruction of Richard III produced by University of Dundee and funded by the Richard III Society
Richard III dig: The now famous 'R' marked the spot where Richard III's skeleton was found in the Leicester car park.
Remains of Old Bishops Palace, York. According to the plaque on the wall, Edward (son of Richard III and Anne of Warwick) was created Prince of Wales on 24th August 1483 in this building.