Grey Friar


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Grey Friar

a Franciscan friar
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The stunning findings of human remains excavated by the archaeologists came from the Choir of the Grey Friars Church.
They will be revealing more details about the recovered remains at a press conference in The Guildhall, Leicester, just streets away from the dig location off Grey Friars.
Oceana, which opened in Grey friars Road last July, has announced that it will no longer allow entry to anyone with a large or "unsightly" tattoo.
The ferocity of the attack reflected the mood of the nation - and the only place spared was the monastery of the Grey Friars who had given Christian burial to Bren.
It was found in what is believed to be the choir of the Grey Friars church, the site of which was also uncovered during the three-week archaeological dig and which is believed to be the burial site of the monarch according to historical records.
The search team, popularly dubbed the 'Time Tomb Team', has now excavated the choir of the Grey Friars church - believed to be where King Richard III was buried - and has made some stunning discoveries.
It will be 61ft higher than the city center's current tallest building, Capital Tower in Grey friars Road.
Early references to dressers are found in the inventory of Grey Friars at Carmarthen (1539), and in the will of Dafydd ap Thomas of Uppington in 1603, though they were in use some time before this.
But four people at a flooded house in Grey Friars Street in Hereford refused the offer of rescue by firemen and decided to stay put.
His body, stripped and despoiled, was brought to Leicester where he was buried in the church of the Franciscan Friary, known as the Grey Friars.