Coffin found within coffin at Richard III burial site

07/30/2013 | Discovery · Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A lead coffin buried 100 years before King Richard III's death and buried close to where his body was found was opened to reveal another coffin. "The inner coffin is likely to contain a high-status burial," said archaeologists from the University of Leicester in England, who believe the remains could belong to one of the founders of the Grey Friars monastery or a medieval knight.

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