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March 1 2013

King Richard I's Heart Reveals Key to Preservation: Organ Analyzed in Detail


Hundreds of years ago, a king was born in Oxford, England. The son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, the boy would one day be known as Richard the Lionheart, the man made famous by the Crusades and in the fictional stories of Robin Hood. Now, researchers have found the preserved heart of this king, and have analyzed what exactly preserved it.

Richard's path to the throne wasn't easy. He was only the second son of Henry II, which did not make him heir to his father. Yet in 1183, Richard's elder brother Henry III died, leaving the way to the throne clear--for the most part.

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