Forensic scientists concluded that Richard III was killed by three or four assailants and that the fatal blow was a deep thrust to the lower left skull with a halberd, whereas a deep thrusting blow to the pelvis was delivered posthumously as an "insult wound." | Harper's Magazine

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Forensic scientists concluded that Richard III was killed by three or four assailants and that the fatal blow was a deep thrust to the lower left skull with a halberd, whereas a deep thrusting blow to the pelvis was delivered posthumously as an “insult wound.”

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Forensic scientists concluded that Richard III was killed by three or four assailants and that the fatal blow was a deep thrust to the lower left skull with a halberd, whereas a deep thrusting blow to the pelvis was delivered posthumously as an “insult wound.”

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