An incredible historic discovery in England is confirmed -- remains found under a parking lot belong to a notorious English king!
British scientists announced today Monday a skull found in central England is almost certainly that of Richard the Third.
The University of Leicester released a photograph ahead of its announcement.
Archaeologists found the body of a man buried beneath a parking lot in Leicester last year.
The scientists say DNA tests confirm "beyond reasonable doubt" the bones belong to the long-lost king.
They made the link using the DNA of a relative of the former king.
It's said the king died in battle in 1485.
Richard the Third was made famous to later generations in Shakespeare's play of the same name.