Originally posted by stumason
Just to clarify, as the OP seems to imply they just "found" the body, that they were hunting for his resting place for a few years and using all the evidence available, deduced he was most likely buried there, which led to the subsequent dig and discovery of the body...
All in all, a good example of investigative archaeology
Originally posted by yourmaker
I don't understand how you lose a King.
Was the battle that intense?
Originally posted by GezinhoKiko
reply to post by stumason
I live in Lancaster
Where in Lancaster would they lay him to rest?
The only place I can think of would be the Priary Church next to the Lancaster castle