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The search for Richard IIIís final resting place leaps forward with confirmation that the dig has uncovered the Church of the Grey Friars where Richard was buried and paving stones for a garden that once featured an inscribed pillar.
Cloister uncovered and church wall confirmed
The first two trenches dug by Leicesterís archaeologists revealed tiled passageway floors at right angles to each other which are probably the remains of a cloister. A cloister is a rectangular open space, surrounded by covered walkways, often built alongside a church with a monastic community.
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