Remains of King Alfred the Great believed to be found
Archaeologists say they may have found the pelvis bone of King Alfred the Great, who ruled England from 871 to 899 AD.
The team who exhumed the unmarked grave at a church in Winchester say they believe the bone is either that of Alfred or his son Edward the Elder.
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Photo: The King Alfred statue in Winchester (Chris Ison / PA Wire)
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