If R really did mark the spot beneath the tarmac – beneath the car park – where Richard III was found….
….then what might be find beneath the tarmac elsewhere….
….beneath our feet and our traffic and our infrastructure?
The ancient dead also endure…..
….beneath our cities, our towns, our houses, our gardens and our car parks.
Note: Cremation Urn (noun): a ceramic vessel, typically dating to the Bronze Age, used for the collection and storage of cremated human remains. The cremated bones were often sealed inside these large bucket-shaped pots by a skin or hide lid. Cremation urns were generally buried in pits, often upside down. The majority of Bronze Age cremation cemeteries found in the 20th century were uncovered due to urban expansion and road building.
Source: the Richard III photo was sourced from the Bailiwick Express.