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PostSubject: CSI: Italian Renaissance (Knight's skeletal analysis)   Mon Mar 24, 2014 10:49 am

This is an article I read in a doctor's waiting room in July of last year. I found it fascinating and it stayed with me. This morning, I managed to find it online.

CSI: Italian Renaissance

I mention it here because one of the skeletons analyzed by the forensic pathologist interviewed in the article is a knight in his 30s. He mentions bone wear and conditions specific to knights, which made me wonder if the same wear and conditions might be present in Richard's bones.

I guess we'll just have to wait for the Lancet articles promised by Leicester University to find out.
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