Bone fragment 'could be King Alfred or son Edward'

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Bone fragment 'could be King Alfred or son Edward'

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from the BBC...
Bone fragment 'could be King Alfred or son Edward'

A fragment of pelvis bone unearthed in Winchester in 1999 may belong to King Alfred the Great or his son Edward the Elder, academics have said.
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(see also Dowsing Today, April 2013 page 32)

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from the Telegraph...
Alfred the Great find "overshadows the discovery of Richard III’s remains" says TV archaeologist

King Alfred evidence is so compelling it would stand up in a court of law, says Neil Oliver
CLICK HERE for the video report.

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I watched that programme on TV last night. It wasn't really that compelling!
Maybe I'm just a killjoy! :P However on the other hand, it could be...... :mrgreen:
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Interesting story which to me has strong links to Richard 3 and the car park grave, if you dowse the Hyde Abbey gardens I find something in the south east corner of the car park there which hints at King Alfred and that time frame ?
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