Richard 'had roundworm infection'
Richard III's remains were excavated from under a council car park in Leicester, the former site of a church The body of the king, who ruled England from 1483-85, was discovered last year by archaeologists at the University of Leicester and scientists have since been undertaking careful analysis of the remains.
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Since: Mar 07
#1 Sep 4, 2013
That one is a real fun one.
One for a "Horrible Histories" song & dance addendum of average everyday life in Mediaeval times.
Have a nice day: Ag
#2 Sep 16, 2013
You wouldn't be so cute about this if you yourself had a roundworm infection. Or a square worm infection. Pinworms usually wiggle out of your anus while warble grubs burrow under your skin causing thick-walled welts from which they emerge betimes as dung-eating flying insects, scarring your skin and making it unacceptable for fine leather goods. So WTF? One know-it-all DB is as good as another you little prick.
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