(London Telegraph) Britain's kings appear to be making a habit of this.
First it was Richard III, whose bones were found under a car park in Leicester. Now it appears that Henry I may have met a similarly undignified fate.
Archaeologists have discovered what could be King Henry's remains languishing beneath a Ministry of Justice car park on the site of Reading prison.
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The bones were detected among a series of graves discovered by archaeologists using ground-penetrating radar (GPR), during an exploration of the site containing the ruins of Reading Abbey.