Science Does Richard III's DNA cast doubt on royal legitimacy?

A genetic analysis of bones unearthed in an English parking lot finds that they almost certainly belonged to King Richard III, but it also uncovered an instance of infidelity in the royal lineage.

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A DNA analysis of 500-year-old bones discovered beneath a municipal parking lot indicates that they almost certainly belonged to King Richard III, but it also raises questions about the legitimacy of the the late medieval monarch's successors.