For archeologists in England, it's not even a summer of discontent
The dig to recover the body of the king, who was defeated at the Battle of Bosworth by Henry Tudor in 1485, has already unearthed the long-lost Franciscan Friary where he was buried.
The church, which is also called Grey Friars, was known to be where Richard III was buried but its exact whereabouts had become lost over time.
Now archaeologists say the dig will move into the third week and say they are getting ‘tantalisingly close’ in their search for the body.
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