Posted by: Dorothea Preis   in Greyfriars Dig, News

ArchaeologyThe University of Leicester has announced that the results of the test being carried out on the human remains found during the Greyfriars Dig will be published in the first week of February.

The tests are being concluded at present and will then be analysed.  A press conference by the University of Leicester has provisionally been scheduled for the first week of February to announce the conclusions of its investigations.

Though this is a bit later than we had maybe originally hoped, at least we now have an a bit more definite date.  The important thing is that the tests are done thoroughly and their results hold up to scrutiny in years to come.  Not that we end up with a situation like with the examination of the bones in Westminster Cathedral, claimed to be those of the Princes, where the results do not hold up to today’s scrutiny.

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