My university will be hosting Dr Turi King and Dr Jo Appleby as part of our Biological Anthropology Summer Event this Friday 12 July. The two researchers will be talking about excavation and genetic analysis of the remains of Richard III undertaken in 2012 and publicly announced in February 2013. The discovery attracted immense media attention making a major contribution to the British history and archaeology.
All details about the event can be found here. The talk will be taking place in Grimond Lecture Theatre 2, 4 - 5.30pm at our Canterbury Campus. No booking is required!
More information about the two speakers can be found here. You can also read the team's open access article in Antiquity.