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King Richard III: the resolution of a 500 year old cold case
Please join the Lubbock Society of the Archaeological Institute of America tomorrow, Thursday, October 11, at 5:30 pm for a lecture by Turi King, Professor of Public Engagement, Reader in Genetics and Archaeology, University of Leicester, entitled King Richard III: the resolution of a 500 year old cold case (EDUC 0001).

The 500 year old skeleton of Richard III was uncovered in 2012 and identified a year later. In this AIA Joukowsky Lecture, Turi King will discuss leading the international research team involved in the DNA identification work of the remains of Richard III and the current project to sequence his entire genome.  

This talk is co-sponsored by the Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures and the College of Arts & Sciences.

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For more more information about the AIA's fall lecture series, see:


Chris Witmore


Classical and Modern Lang and Lit

Event Information
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Event Date: 10/11/2018

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