This just in from Britain:
A skeleton found underneath a car park in Leicester is expected to be confirmed as that of Richard III.
The remarkable discovery of the remains, entailing a curved spine back and wounded skull, was made last September.
Since then scientists have been conducting a range of tests to establish whether the remains do indeed belong to the Plantagenet King.
Researchers from Leicester University will hold a press conference on Monday morning where they will present the findings of their investigation.
And true to the historical record, no horse remains were found in the vicinity.
PS: How did they know he was buried there? They acted on a hunch…