There are other discrepancies between Shakespeare's descriptions and the skeleton besides the back problem, Mitchell said.
The real Richard does not appear to have had a limp or a withered arm, as Shakespeare had described. His trunk and abdomen would have appeared short compared with his arms and legs, Mitchell said. His right shoulder would have been slightly higher than the left.
You. Don't. Say?
Dear Henry Tudor,
History is written by the
Also? You were a dick, and no one liked you.
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