Religious controversy of dating bones

03 Jun

This story is well known from Shakespeare's play The The Bones from the Tower The Tower of London© Geoffrey Wheeler This story is often said to have been confirmed by the discovery of the bones of two children within the foundations of a staircase in the Tower of London in 1674.

In 1678 some bones, said to be the same ones, were interred in an urn in Westminster Abbey as the bones of the princes by order of Charles II.

The difference between Egyptologists' translation and Joseph Smith's interpretations has caused considerable controversy.

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Rumours about the disappearance of the princes and their uncle's part in it soon began to circulate on the continent, where those who were disaffected by the current regime had taken refuge.

However, it was only after Richard's own death that the accusations became more substantive and they are still popularly believed.