Daily History Byte: ‘Henry I’s remains’ found beneath tarmac at Reading Gaol

In 2011, the skeleton of King Richard III was discovered in Leicester, UK. Now, it’s possible that archaeologists have uncovered another of Britain’s kings under a carpark in Reading.

Britain’s kings appear to be making a habit of this. First it was Richard III, whose bones were found under a car park in Leicester. Now it appears that Henry I may have met a similarly undignified fate.

Source: Another car park, another King: ‘Henry I’s remains’ found beneath tarmac at Reading Gaol

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