Out of the margins

Parker, Eleanor
September 2016
History Today;Sep2016, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p29
The article discusses the trend of exploring for royal relics in England. Topics discussed include the discovery of Richard III's body in Leicester, exploration of the site of Reading Abbey which may involve finding the remains of Henry I, the role of Henry I on Reading's history and the structures on the above-ground ruins of Reading Abbey.


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