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BRITAIN-KING/EXCAVATION
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August 23, 2012
A car park attendant sits in a hut as Clair Graham pushes a ground penetration radar unit during a media...
Leicester, United Kingdom
A car park attendant sits in a hut as Clair Graham pushes a ground penetration radar unit during a media...
A car park attendant sits in a hut as Clair Graham pushes a ground penetration radar unit during a media event ahead of an archaeological dig in Leicester, central England, August 24, 2012. A 500-year-old mystery of where England's King Richard III was buried after his death in battle may finally be about to be solved as archaeologists prepare to search for his bones beneath a city centre parking lot. A team from the University of Leicester starts excavation work on Saturday at the car park, where a Franciscan friary known as Greyfriars housed the monarch's remains after he died at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485 - the last English king to die in battle. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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