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The Leicester municipal car park that, amid much fanfare, yielded the remains of King Richard III has, it seems, yet to give up all its long-buried secrets. Barely a year after archaeologists from the University of Leicester uncovered a skeleton confirmed in February as that of England's last Plantagenet monarch, they have exhumed a second body.
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